I'm about to order this part but find no instruction in your website on how to remove old part, and install new part. Can you help?
Answer Hello Bob. If you pull out on the knob, you will see a small plastic clip securing the knob to the timer. Pull the clip and the knob will pull off the timer shaft.
Hello, I have a General Electric (part number above) washer that has quit spinning. Washer still drains and agitates, just will not spin. I have checked the belt and it is in great condition. Based on research, I think it may be the switch. Do I buy a whole new switch?
Answer Hi Chris. On the front rt. side of the lid is a white magnet that is mounted on the lid w/ 2 screws. Verify if this is still intact and in good shape. Part # WH12X10092. This is one / half of the lid switch, the other half is mounted on the cabinet frame underside part # WH12X10141. It has to be physically broken (normally) to not work. If it is it will not allow the unit to spin, you can jump these 2-wires together to see if the unit will spin. If this is OK. Then remove the front panel and unhook the belt. See if the motor will reverse direction and spin. If not and it just hums then you need the motor part # WH49X10035. If the clutch is not releasing and allowing the spin it is part # WH5X256. Let us know how to assist. you further if needed. Thank You.