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Timer

Part Number: AP3995038
MFG Part Number: WH12X10348
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 WH12X10348 (AP3995038) replaces 1264499, AH1482380, EA1482380, PS1482380.

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How to Replace Timer #WH12X10348

Step by step instructions on how to replace a Timer #WH12X10348 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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Hi. I have a broken pull knob. If I twist the ring that lies under knob I can start machine, knob itself turns but doesn't grasp onto anything. The machine cycles, but has water at the end, and I think it shuts off before it finishes. I don't think it turns all the way on the inside to where it should. When I think I'm starting the machine, could it be halfway thru a cycle already from the previous wash on the innerworkings? What parts do we need?

Steph

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Hello, I have a GE WHDRR418G0WW washer. My question is the same as a couple of other questions that have already been asked but the model number of my washer is different... Something apparently broke in the timer knob. It spins freely when I push it in and I can not select cycles any more. However, I can push on the ring around / under the timer knob and turn it to select a cycle. Then when I pull on the timer knob the machine works normally in the selected cycle. So my question is... Do I need to replace just the knob or the ring and the knob or the whole timer, the ring, and the knob?

Scubadude for Model Number WHDRR418G0WW

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I know the knob is stripped but what the correct timer to be used for this model because the plastic teeth are also stripped on the timer.

Kerry for Model Number WJRR4170G0WW

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I have two questions that will be easy for you. First, could you please advise what timer assembly part number fits this top load washer? Also, I watched the on-line video showing to hold the back of the timer shaft and steadily pulling the knob off by hand. I've been trying, and have started cracking the knob when I tried to pry it off with a screw driver. Is the know supposed to just pull off, or is there another way to get the part off so the whole assembly can be removed. Could you please advise the part number for a timer knob for this washer? Thank you very much for your help.

Dave for Model Number WDSR2080G3WW

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The timer knob turns but seems like it doesn't grab like it is stripped. You push it down and it wont move to turn on but you can still push the button down to start the cycle, you just cant turn the knob to get there. Do you think that would be the timer or the knob?

Angela for Model Number WJRR4170G0WW

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My washer is filling up with water, the timer turns like its going thru cycle, but the inside does not move, then it will move to the next sipn/rinse part washer will drain and refill to rinse but again nothing moves inside the drum. My questions is do I need to replace the timer?

Debbie M for Model Number WJRR417og1WW

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