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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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Our dryer is less than 3yrs old, the timer knob can be turned completely around but will not engage, the start button also can not be pushed in. Is this a problem with the timer motor???

Bill for Model Number GTDP180EDOWW

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The dryer does not turn off by itself. If the door is closed it conitunes to run.

George R for Model Number dcvh680ejoms

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Most units I test have exhaust temp at rear around 200 deg F +, the highest temp I got on this unit is only 181 deg F. Also it stopped and blew the breaker on timed dry low heat at around 50 on the dial. Do you think the two are related? I have had two coil heating elements give me lower heat then normal but dont cause breaker to blow unless eliment touches shield. I have also had low heat from cycle thermostat cycling to low. Any help would be thankful.

Mark for Model Number DBSR453EB3WW

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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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