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Thread: Noisey GE dryer

  1. #11
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    Yes, evidently, it blew the timer motor. Runs and heats but does not advance. Motor shows to be open. Going to open the timer itself and check all the contacts.
    Guessing it was a good thing I had all my ground wires connected since I did not get a shock handing the thing and the motors while they were running.

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    Guessing it was a good thing I had all my ground wires connected
    A very good idea indeed!

    jeff.
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    Just ordered another timer. I twisted the electrical part of the timer so I could maybe just replace it. Appears all the ones I tried rotated the wrong way.

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    Let us know what happens when the new part arrives.

    jeff.
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    Will do. Getting a used one. Hoping it is good or at least the electrical part the twists off.

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    Timer came in today. So far, so good. Have not checked the temps yet, but it did advance and heat when I let it run for about 15 minutes today.

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    Good job!

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