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 Posted: Sun Jul 11th, 2010 08:41 pm
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It has 2 back wires going to it usually that attaches to the timer



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It usually has 2 black wires going to it that attach to the timer and is mounted with 1 screw. Some are actually taped into the harness right there where all the wires go into the timer in a clear plastic sheath



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yes yes yes. i read. is it going to be roughly the same size as the straight type? or drastically smaller?

pics of the back
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I seem to recall these being in the orange line and not necessarily on the timer - follow the orange wire that runs from the timer, the resistors sometimes looked lige a small disc, or a plastic circle that may or may not be attached to the console

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ok, so maybe its that small black square to the left of the timer? Thanks for the help guys

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krazyk011 wrote: ok, so maybe its that small black square to the left of the timer?
... yes, the thing that looks like it burned-up

krazyk011 wrote: RegUS- I have no wiring diagram if your asking me.
http://img94.imageshack.us/i/1014487large.jpg/

looks like a wiring diagram to me ..



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Yes to the "right of the timer" if looking from behind....the thing on the left is the buzzer....I can see the bulge from here



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appl.tech.29501 wrote: I can see the bulge from here
Me too!  Had the same thing happen to my own dryer awhile back, problem is that fried resistor was now sending too much voltage to my timer motor, and this caused the timer to fail as well so that the timer would no longer advance in the timed cycle either - therefore I was looking at replacing both the resistor and the timer when I decided that was just too much $ to put into a 22 year old specimen



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Indeed, I coulda sent ya a used timer motor ;)



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thanks guys, that fixed the issue. guess that burn trail was kinda indicative of a failure huh? hah

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can you post a close-uip of that wiring diagram ?



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do you want me to zoom in on the timer area? or what part would you like to see?

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try the whole page ..



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a closer one would have been better, but that one is readable,

thanks ..

 



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RegUS_PatOff wrote:  but that one is readable, 


 

How ?  All I see is the back of a dryer from afar



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save and/or zoom in

crop and save ..



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Thanks Reg, that worked - looks to be a gas dryer with that tiny cord



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electric dryer ..

cord & terminal strip

wiring diagram "heater"



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RegUS_PatOff wrote: electric dryer ..

cord & terminal strip

wiring diagram "heater"

What's that cord on there then ??



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