CustomerMatthew from OH
My timer just needed to be replaced
I just needed a starbit and regular flat head screwdriver.
Repair & Advice
My timer ended up breaking on the knob end and the plastic deteriorated. Due to that, I needed a replacement timer and I got on extremely quickly because of Parts Dr. It all works well now and I have no complaints. You just need to take off the front of the board with all the controls on it. That requires unscrewing a few screws on the back and then unhatcging the front end to reach the timer. Before any of that, unplug the drier. I then unlatched all the wires, unscrewed the housing screws and replaced the timer within 5 minutes. It was extremely easy, I would just recommend taking a picture of the wiring to ensure ease of replacement.