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    Default kenmore washer timer

    Kenmore - 110.82427810
    Serial - LL252141G

    Timer Number - 3347769B

    I was hoping to replace this timer with another (3351741). As you can see, the numbers are different, and I can't find any indication they will interchange.

    If I take this timer apart, am I going to have a bunch of stuff spring out, or can I carefully pull the top off to check things out?

    The problem seems to be intermittent. I had run it a couple of times, and it did exactly what it was supposed to do. Then, I noticed at the end of one of these tests, there was still water in the tub and the timer was at off.

    When I bought this washer, I was told it would not spin and needed a timer. I was thinking what are they talking about until this spin cycle was missed.

    Of course, it does not have to be the timer. Hmm, think I will put a new lid switch on it and run several cycles. Might as well check the coupler too. That and check connections.

    P.S. When I got it, it had a couple of screws missing from one side of the lid. I thought maybe this was causing a problem with the lid switch actuator. I will change the switch in case there was some arcing damage.

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    I was hoping to replace this timer with another (3351741). As you can see, the numbers are different, and I can't find any indication they will interchange.
    Most will not.

    If I take this timer apart, am I going to have a bunch of stuff spring out, or can I carefully pull the top off to check things out?
    You can take the cover off for a peek inside....

    kenmore washer timer-burnttimer2-jpg

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    Update:

    Okay, I was standing in front of it this time when it was supposed to go into spin. It just kept agitating right on through to "Off". I have also seen it start to spin, spin for a few sec's, cut off and start to spin again.

    Once while it was stopped, I noticed by pulling on the knob, it tried to start, so I think I will go inside and have a look as I think the problem is in the timer contacts and/or cams.

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    Certainly sounds timerish of an issue!

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    This thing appears to be toast. Did a little sanding, but it looks like the......carbon (?) is gone on a few of the contacts. Pu tit back together, did the same thing. Thing about it is, if I buy a used timer, heck, it might go out in a week. Sort of undecided what to do on this thing. Everything else seems to be in good shape. Couple of switches, transmission....

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    What kind of a warranty does local timer/board places offer if you get the timer rebuilt?

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    local timer/board places
    ??

    Whut's zat?

    Don't know of any around here.
    You know, I really need to check into that. Some of the electrical motor places may do it or know of someone.

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    You know, I really need to check into that
    For sure. Check some other local used dealers, see whom they use.
    Some online...
    http://www.applianceaid.com/appliance-timer-repair.php

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    Update:
    Changed control panel with different timer and other switches. The switches and capacitor were the same except for the timer which was a little different. Then had to change the wiring harness. I am changing the cabinet also after I change the outer tub or at least the tub seal. Going from almond to white. I think I will change the back panel too as this one looks a little rough. Basically changing everything but the motor, tranny, pump and basic frame.

    Hey runs good except for the slight leak I hope to fix today.

    So this makes two scrappers brought back to life.

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    So this makes two scrappers brought back to life.
    Recycling.

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