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Timer Resistor

Part Number: AP2044425
MFG Part Number: WE4M255
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Dryer Switch.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WE4M255 (AP2044425) replaces 175D2886P001, 771346, AH267964, EA267964, PS267964, WE04M0255, WE04X10029, WE4X10029.

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Dryer working fine, all of a sudden today, timer dial has no resistance between different cycles. Dryer will not come on at all.

Cindy for Model Number DBSR463EG6WW

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Our dryer is less than 2 years old. It stopped working. The timer dial seemed to not work properly and the start button would not turn it on. I looked on line for guidance and saw that we should test the timer to see if it was working. After finding that it was not working, we ordered a new timer and installed it. Everything worked when we tested it. We were feeling very clever! When we put wet clothes in and tried to start it, it once again would not work. I sure hate to call in a repairman, but we don't know what else to do. Did something short out the new timer? What do we do next?

Deb for Model Number GLDP280ED0WS

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Would there be any harm in temporarily bypassing timer resistor, until I can get one?

Jimmy for Model Number GE # DWSR483G4WW

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GE Profile Clothes Drier (5-yr. old)...The timer moves normally in the time mode but won't advance in the other 3 automatic modes...Heat levels seem to be fine - no obviously problems...Also cleaned vent and ran with disconnected...No remedy...Thought it had to be the timer so I replaced it...Did not fix the situation...Also the timer signal doesn't work (never used it except during this test) but thought it may be connected to the timer advancing problem...Any thoughts would be appreciated...Thanks...Jim

Jim Young for Model Number DPSR610EG4WT

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After 10 years of use, our dryer in the last few weeks has not been drying the loads very well. Last weekend I opened up the dryer and cleaned the vent areas, replaced the vent pipe. I also checked the heating elements and the coils are glowing fine. When the dryer is running, I touch the vent pipe and it gets warm. So, I am thinking the air flow seems to be ok. One thing is that a few weeks ago my wife said she smelled something burning and after that we have been having these issues. Since the heating coils and the motor seem to be working, I am wondering if the timer resistor may have gone bad and need replacing. On the automatic timer settings we have problems with the drying. My wife was able to dry on just setting the timer, but yesterday she said even using the timer, after 50 minutes it wasn't drying properly. Any ideas or help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Mihran for Model Number GE Dryer DBXR463EB0WW

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The last time we used the drier, it worked great. However, now it dries, but the timer doesn't advance. Any ideas?

Bj for Model Number DBLR333EE2WW

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