View single post by msdonna1959
 Posted: Sun Nov 21st, 2010 05:13 pm
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Joined: Sun Nov 21st, 2010
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I tried your suggestion, unfortunately it had no affect. I did notice that a wire was loose on the back of the timer when I put everything back together, but I did't think I had pulled it since I didn't remove any of them when I took it apart. Having it on or off does not seem to make a difference in it not starting. Am having someone come over to look at the motor area to see if I pulled anything there when I removed the drum from the bearing bracket. I did not take the drum all the way out so could not see the motor, and am not capable of crawling around on the floor to look under there.

Do you happen to have, or know where I can get my hands on a wireing diagram for the top piece where all the timers and switches are? I do not have the money to buy another dryer, and going to the laundry mat to dry is taxing, and money I could be spending on something else I really need. Thank you for your suggestion, Wish it had worked.:?