I broke the load size knob off and now it wont pump the water out. It just
quits when the cycle ends. My landlord is goin apeshit so if you can help me
it will greatly appreciate it. I cant find ANYTHING at the sears website.
Thanks for any ideas as I live off social security so I cant afford a repair
man. Please help.
thanking you in advance,
That's surpising. It must be set in between two load sizes.
What is under the knob? a metal shaft? Is it round and smooth?
round and fluted? round with a slot in the middle? Shaped like a D?
If you can get a pair of pliers** on it and twist it to the next
notch, in either direction, the water should pump out. Chose the
direction of the load size that you usually use.
**If it's the type with a slot in the middle (probably not) try not to
crush the slot. You'll need it when you get the right knob, and you
may break off one side of the slot.
Does he use it too, or did you ask him to fix it? This is maybe a
three dollar part, iirc.
They have replacement knobs, if it's only the knob that is broken.
Call a service center on the phone and ask them.
Depending on the shape of the shaft, a TV repair store might have an
old knob that fits. OTOH are there still TV repair stores, and were
any of them in business when large knobs were still used.
It's just a knob. I have a job, but I still wouldn't have a service
call for this.
Remove NOPSAM to email me. Please let
me know if you have posted also.
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