I usually feel comfortable learning how to do small household repairs. I'm considering ordering this pressure switch and replacing it myself as it seems to simply involve removing the back panel, a few screws, etc. Is there any other difficulty in installing a new pressure switch? I need to replace it because my partner turned the knob too far and broke the plastic shaft. If this repair involves other tricky adjustments, I might consider having someone else repair it.
ANSWER Hello LK,
There is not much involve on replacing pressure switch. The way that you have it listed by removing back panel and a couple of screws is about it. Just make sure when you replace it you push the hose all the way back on.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, January 16, 2013