When a timer is bad nothing is going to come on, because I dont hear the water valve open at all, what do I do?
ANSWER Hi Brother. Behind the timer, mounted to the top of the cabinet is a lid switch assy. It will have a fuse in it that will open when the lid switch and check switch short out. This is the style on your model. It is bolted to the top of the cabinet at a certain measurement . So it pays to be smart and use a felt marker to outline the switch mount against the frame so you can mount the new one on at the correct distance. You will access this by removing the power and removing the back control panel cover. There are 2- inner side screws that hold down the Lt and Rt. inner control panel sides. Remove these and roll the front of the console assy. FWD. onto a towel laid on top of the lid. This will give access to the mount. Take a picture or mark down the switch wires so you know how they reconnect. You will see a unbalance lever that has to physically touch the switch as the lid opens and closes. This lever hooks to the lid lever assy. that the lid actuates. So you will need to lift the lid and work the lid switch mount together and finally bolt it into place when all are working together. Assemble in reverse. Thank You.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, December 09, 2011