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    • Part Number: AP4980910
    • MFG Part Number: WE4M519
    • Made by: GE
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Dryer starts as soon as the timer knob is turned to a cycle. If the door is opened, it will stop, but will start again as soon as the door is shut. The start switch no longer springs back like it used to and everything operates normally except you don't have to use the start switch.

Dan for Model Number dbsr453eb3ww

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I need to replace the rotary start switch on my GE DBLR333ET0WW. The replacement start switch in the video and in the diagram has three leads. The original rotary start switch only has two leads. Is there more than one rotary start switch for this model?

Rob for Model Number DBLR333ET0WW

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Rotary start switch WE4M519. Does this switch work with 220 Volt 3 phase electric supply or is there an alternate one? I want to use this In Mumbai where the dryer is. In Mumbai the electric supply is 3phase 220 volts, The dryer was working good but recently starter switch knob got broken. Would like to replace both the switch and the starter knob.

Rajaram P. for Model Number DISR473DT

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Do Kitchen Aid gas dryers have a separate starter on the electric drum motor?

Jeremy

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My rotary start switch came loose from the back of the cabinet and wouldn't stay back on it. So we temporary fixed it so we can used the dryer until we could figure out why it wasn't staying in place. So now it don't want to turn on at all. I've checked the fuses and I've checked the wires. Can you please help me? I'm a grandmother of 5 grandkids living with me got to have a dryer!

Malinda M for Model Number HTDP120GDOWW

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I have replaced the rotary start switch WE4M519 but dryer still will not start. Is there something else that need to be replaced?

Len for Model Number DWXR483GGWW

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I replaced the rotary start switch very easily today (thanks to the helpful video) however my dryer will still not stay on. Any suggetions on what needs to be fixed?

Amy for Model Number DS4500EB2WW

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I have GE GBXR463GD2WW dryer (made in Canada). The rotary start switch is different. There are two separate prongs at terminal #2. One has red wire from below (main motor). The other has a separate red wire from the buzzer. Terminal #3 has a brown wire from the timer. Terminal #4 is empty. Is this the correct part and if so how do I wire it?

Mitch for Model Number GE Part Number WE4M519

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When I turn the switch to start the dryer it makes a humming noise, but does not start. The humming stops when you let go of the switch. Does it just need a new rotary start switch or a new motor? Thanks!

Christine for Model Number GE dbxr453et5ww

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The Dryer start switch is bad and I was looking at the part no. AP4980910. When I put in the model number that is what part no. it gave me, but looking at the picture and repair video it shows 3 wires on the switch and my switch has 4 wires going into it. Is this the right switch for the model number? The OE number was a Solteam 212D1094P004.

Robert for Model Number DBXR463ED2WW

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