Knob to set cycle just spins, does not change cycle. Can turn ring under it to change cycle. Do I need just knob, or part knob goes into
Answer Danny, You should only need the timer knob clip WH1X2117 to repair your washer. The clip can become "weak" and not retain the knob on the timer shaft properly." To remove the control timer: Disconnect power. Using a fl at blade screwdriver, remove the spring clip that attaches the timer knob to the timer shaft. Pull the knob and dial straight out from the timer". While you have the knob and dial off, it's a good idea to lightly lube ("vaseline" works well)the metal timer shaft at both ends,next to the plastic timer body and manipulate the shaft in and out several times to work the lubricant into the stops in the timer mechanism, then install the dial and knob using the new clip.