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Timer Knob

Part Number: AP3018866
MFG Part Number: 3364290
Made by: Whirlpool
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Color: Black. Improved knob with metal threads.

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Knob, Dial, Button.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 3364290 (AP3018866) replaces 2904, 3358416, 3358418, 3358419, 3364292, 8123, AH342523, EA342523, ER3364290, PS342523.

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Timer knob broken off Roger D. • Embarrass, MN • June 21, 2014

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I have a Maytag washer top-loading. The control/timer knob, a push and turn one, broke off the shaft. I cannot remove the rest of the shaft that has broken off. How do I remove the broken shaft? How do I fine the part number of the knob.

Casey for Model Number cutolentino@gmail.com


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Will this knob fit my washer? And, how do I remove the old knob?

Russell for Model Number LST93355BNO


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The timer knob on my Whirlpool "Imperial Series" washing machine (model LST9355BW0) no longer turns the timer (p/n 3361171). I've tried unscrewing the knob counter-clockwise when it is clicked in, but it spins freely (no resistance) and does not come off. I'm pretty sure the knob is securely connected to the shaft (not stripped) because I can see the shaft turning when I look at the back of the timer (it goes all the way through) as I turn the knob. I've tried holding the other end of the shaft with needle-nose pliers, but can't get a good enough purchase on the shaft to prevent it from turning. So, a couple questions: 1. How do I get the knob off? 2. Is AP3018866 the replacement knob I need? 3. Will replacing the knob alone will fix the problem, or do I need to replace the timer unit as well? 4. If I need to replace the timer unit as well, is AP3018716 the one I need? Thanks, Will.

Will for Model Number LST9355BW0


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How do you replace this knob?

Sean for Model Number lsr7233bn1


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I am wondering if this knob will fit my washer? The old knob has more gears on the back, though it is plastic. Will this knob line up right?

Mark for Model Number 11091264800


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Will this knob fit?

Tom R. for Model Number LLY8245BW0


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