Flip up the controls. If your timer is plastic you will have to yank out the small plastic rod a hair. It has a ball on the end of it the spreads the hollows timer shaft and holds the knob on. One the knob is off yall remove the skirt some folks call a dial indicator a fancy name for it is an escrucheon. Once you get that out the screws will be exposed so you can remove the timer from the control panel. click on pics to enlarge:Repair videos and service manual
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