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 Posted: Wed Apr 5th, 2006 04:06 am
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I needed to replace the belt on my maytag dryer - in the process the top of the dryer fell and the wires got disconnected - Anyway to get a wiring diagram or some kind of help w/reconnecting these?  I didn't think to look at the way they were originally connected because I was changing the belt and didn't think I would have another headache! I have no clue.  Thank you!

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I cannot find one for this model, but perhaps the Samurai can come up with something, is there not a wiring sheet in the console or pasted to the back of the dryer??



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Ok, Thanks - No, there isn't a wiring diagram anywhere that I can see...

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how many wires came off the timer what color?

 



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If I remember correctly the 106 was a lower end, timer only on the console. The timer should be color coded or numbered as far as what wires go where (wires have numbers on them if not worn off). You probably have a few wires double staked to the Neutral or white terminal, but all others should be pretty obvious. If not, I will have the schematic tucked away in one of my books if yours is not with the unit. 



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Close as I can come is a DG102..



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