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 Posted: Wed Mar 4th, 2009 12:10 am
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moez
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In a previous post, someone helped me determine that I need a new timer for my dryer.

In an effort to get the job done quickly and avoid an endless series of "is it done yet..." questions, I ordered it locally instead of through the site (and I think God has punished me for that particular move...).

Anyway, the timer model currently on my dryer is M414-6G.  The one that they gave me was a M414-G.  They look pretty similar, but the wire "posts" are in different places and the post labels are different from one another (see picture).

If anyone can tell me if I can actually use the M414-G on my dryer and, if so, help me to figure out which wires should go where, I would really appreciate it!

Thanks!

Moez

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They sold you the wrong timer. You need to take it back and get your money back. Then buy the correct timer. Notice that it's an exact, drop-in replacement for your dryer.



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Thanks.... I figured as much.

Thanks for your help.

Moez

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