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Timer

Part Number: AP3873828
MFG Part Number: WH12X10295
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Control Board.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH12X10295 (AP3873828) replaces 1168688, 175D5100P003, AH1015955, EA1015955, PS1015955.

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After watching video determined timer would not advance on our washer Gregory C. • Gulfport, MS • April 19, 2014
Appliance: Model GE WCSR090DDWW

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How to Replace Timer #WH12X10295

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Timer #WH12X10295 for Washer made by GE. Note: This video is intended to give you the general idea of the part replacement procedure. Your appliance may differ depending on the manufacturer and model.


 

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When in the depressed position, the knob that manually advances the washer timer does not engage with the flat dial that shows the position in the wash cycle. This prevents the manual movement of the flat dial and timer. When I manually rotate the flat dial with the arrow that shows position of the timer in the wash cycle, the timer works fine. Do I need a new timer or just the knob and flat dial pieces? How does the timer shaft connect to the flat dial and how does the flat dial attach to the knob?

Dave for Model Number WCSR2090DAWW

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Hi, I am looking for a washer timer G. E.model: WDSR2080D8WW, The part number is 175D5100P003 M298, Kingston 71300-A00938. The electrical nomenclature is: U: MMMMMMHH and L: MMMMMMMM. I got a timer with the same characteristics of part 175D5100P003 M298, Kingston 71300-A00339, but the problem was electrical nomenclature: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 U: MMMMHH L:MM MMMM I would like to know if both are the same timer.

Carlos for Model Number WDSR2080D8WW

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Hi, I have a GE washer model WDSR2080DAWW which has damaged the timer whose model is KINGSTON 71300-A00796 and got one just like it but KINGSTON model 71300-A00644. Both are WH12X10295. I should like to know if the difference in the codes of both A00796 and A00644 can interfere with the normal operation of the cycles? Thanks, Juan G

Juan G for Model Number WDSR2080DAWW

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My washing machine fills, agitates, and then drains when the dial is half way in the washing cycle. It does not fill again and runs the pump until the end of the washing cycle. It does not fill again for the rinse cycle and appears to continue to run the pump and does not spin either but the timer eventually runs to the end of the wash cycle. Thinking about replacing the pump and water level switch first and if that doesn't fix it, try replacing the more expensive timer. Am I on the right track or is there something else I could be doing to fix it? Thanks!

Robert for Model Number WDSR2080DAWW

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It appears that the drum of my washer is really loose. I can wiggle it all around. Is this normal? It recently stoped working and I believe it to be the timer because if I manually turn it to each spot it will run ( but never stop running ) I assumed because of the timer, so I am going to order one BUT I want to make sure something isnt wrong with the drum before I put $113 into a timer.

Sandy for Model Number Wdsr2080dbww

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Hi, once I set the timer, I have to manually keep moving the knob to go thru the whole wash cycle, it stays in one statonary position. Thank you.

Ali for Model Number wdsr2080dbww

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