Thread Number: 82813  /  Tag: Vintage Automatic Washers
Switching timers
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Post# 1070000   4/30/2020 at 05:11 (1,395 days old) by Doug (West Virgina)        

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Hello, I have a 1977-78 gold hotpoint rim flo that smokes, timer knob doesnít hardly move and it does different things than what cycle u have it on the last time I plugged it in. Iíve searched for chewed wires etc an nothing. So there for I believe the timer is bad. I have a MOL Ge filter flo control panel that I could use the timer from but it looks totally different from my hotpoint rim flo. Is this possible? Thanks in advance for any advice/ help!

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