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Dryer Timer
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36 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11749831
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10185982
This dryer timer is used to control the unit's cycles by regulating the length of time that power is directed to each setting.
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Eugene from CRUGER, MS
Dryer would not heat
Repair was very easy only took about ten minutes Read more...
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Dryer Timer
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41 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS8746223
Manufacturer Part Number WE4M532
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McKinley from Meraux, LA
the knob broke and my daughter tried turning the end of the knob with a pliers which broke the end which disabled the timer.
I unscrewed the back panel took out the broken timer replaced it with new timer put on the new knob and screwed the panel back on. Read more...
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Dryer Timer
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12 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11749833
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10185992
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Rodney from NEWNAN, GA
The Dryer had simply quit turning off: either by moiture sensor or by timer. The timer knob would no longer advance.
I looked up the likely causes on this website and came up with two most likely causes: bad fuse ($10) or a bad timer assembly ($85). Since I suspected the timer assembly might be more likely cause but the fuse was relatively cheap, I went ahead and purchased both of those so I'd likely be able to fix it. Got the parts in 2 days, First I installed the fuse assembly using the video from this site as a coach. Took me maybe 5 minutes to replace, quite easy actually. Put it back together and tested to see if it had fixed the problem. It had not. So I replaced the timer assembly. I used the youtube videos of that for some coaching preparation. Again it was easy as pie. Took me 5 minutes to remove the old one and replace with the new one. Put it all back together and tested it. SUCCESS! that fixed it! So.. for about $100 in parts, I fixed it. The service call alone would have cost $150 not including parts, so I saved at least $150 doing it myself! Your diagnostic help advise was absolutely vital to enabling me to diagnose and find the right replacement parts! THANK YOU! Read more...
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Dryer Timer
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50 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS8690648
Manufacturer Part Number WE4M533
This is a genuine OEM replacement timer (60Hz) for your dryer. To complete this repair you will need a #2 Phillips screwdriver. To access the timer, you will need to remove the top of the back panel. Disconnect the wires to the timer terminals, remove the timer knob, and unclip the timer from its metal tab. Replace with the new timer and reassemble the wires and remaining parts. Make sure to disconnect power to the dryer before beginning this repair.
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Whitney from Vancouver, WA
START knob and plastic underneath broken
It was so incredibly simple! The site made it foolproof to find the right parts - and the actual replacement job itself was easier than we ever could have imagined. Background: I love to do laundry - I mean A LOT! So - I use the washer and dryer every night to wash the familie's clothing and blankets and towels. After heavy use - the outer knob stripped out. We threw it away and were using pliers to turn the small plastic knob underneath. After a few months - that plastic wore down and we could not turn it on at all! Read more...
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Dryer Timer
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30 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS9491767
Manufacturer Part Number WE04X20415
This dryer timer is used to control the unit's cycles by regulating the length of time that power is directed to each setting.
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Jeffery from Waterford, MI
Timer knob cracked twice. Found out the timer switch was bad.
Removed the 3 knobs. They just pull off. Removed 6 screws on the back side of the control panel. The front (plastic panel then just separates from the back). Then look at how the switch is mounted on the plastic panel. There should be 2 small pieces of plastic that holds it in. Carefully twist the switch in the appropriate direction so it comes free. Before you remove any wires from the old switch remember what colors go where ! I used needle nose pliers to remove the connections from the switch. Make the new connections, mount the switch, put the screws back in the panel. BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING. UNPLUG THE ELECTRICAL CORD !!! Read more...
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Dryer TIMER
PartSelect Number PS11721520
Manufacturer Part Number WE04X22654
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Dryer Timer
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45 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3654187
Manufacturer Part Number WE4M527
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Bruce from South San Francisco, CA
Frozen timer
1. Remove three screws from back of dryer
2. Tilt top panel forward and disengage
3. Swapped wiring one by one from old timer to new timer
4. Reinstall

The new timer worked so well that even the old, broken knobs could turn it. But I replaced the knobs anyway.

Customer service was great in helping me verify that this timer would work on this dryer (my model number was not listed on the website).
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Dryer Timer Control
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8 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11749830
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10185981
60hz
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Joseph from LINCOLN, RI
timer control would get stuck
Bought the part and removed 10 screws unplugged the wiring and applied it to the new part. Reassembled, done.
Super easy, works great!
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Dryer Timer
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PartSelect Number PS11749835
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10186032
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Robert from SPRINGFIELD, OH
No heat.
Replaced the timer
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$81.95
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Dryer Timer
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27 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS9491768
Manufacturer Part Number WE04X20416
This dryer timer is used to control the unit's cycles by regulating the length of time that power is directed to each setting.
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Gary from Brooklyn, WI
Dryer timer operation was restricted causing multiple broken (plastic) knobs.
Turned off the electrical breaker to the dryer.
Removed the three screws holding the control panel. Removed the old knob. Tilted the control panel forward to expose the wiring and controls. Removed the screw holding the old timer and loosened the timer - leaving the wires hooked up. Then I removed one wire at a time and reconnected to the corresponding terminal on the new timer until all of the wires were connected to the new timer. Replaced the timer and re-assembled the control panel on the dryer - turned the electric breaker back on.
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