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Can anyone help me.

             I need to know where the wires go on the timer on a dryer maytag quiet series 100 somehow I missplace the wiring diagram that I did to connect it back and now I am loss cause I can't find the paper and I don't have a idea where the wires go.

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Timer Terminals have wire-color notations



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Hello, my misplaced friend. If I may add to the wise words of my esteemed colleague, RegUS, perhaps this wiring diagram will assist you in your endeavors. Please note that the wire colors are noted on the diagram.



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This wire don't have no notation the timers back has a notation for some colors but not for all

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I have that diagram thanks the problem is that it doesn't tell me where it goes on the timer and there about 10 cables that need to be connected to it

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i see  but for example where does the yellow with the black line go

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Let me ask you this, my insightful friend: do you have a yellow wire without a black line that needs to be connected to the timer? If not, then what might you conclude about the yellow wire with the black line?



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Yellow goes to YL

Black goes to BK



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I know that but I still don't have the answer for my question, There a lot of things are common sense, I know what color code means what I don't get is that some of the wires that I got don't have the colors the timers has is someone has a actual answer for me I will really apreciated

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what are the colors of your wires ?

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