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    • Part Number: AP5780508
    • MFG Part Number: WE4M533
    • Made by: GE
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No water coming out of dispenser. Use hair dryer to unthaw. It happens once a month. What parts should I order? Thank you

Patsy for Model Number GSH25JSTASS

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Replaced knob on dryer/worked for a while/now dryer just buzzes when I turn it on, dryer/doesnt work at all. Whats the problem. Just order parts from you for dryer. DARN/shipping& handling is breaking me.Thank you .

Patsy for Model Number GTDP301ELOWS

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installing timer WE4M364 I have 6 wires brown, black, yellow, white, purple , orange/black timer has letters a, b, c, s, t, x What color connects to what wire?

J.d. for Model Number gtdp180ed0ww

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I need the wiring diagram to install ge dryer timer part #we4m364

J.m. for Model Number ge we4m364

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What are the model parts that I need to replace my timer and timer knob? Knob is broken and the shaft arm is worn out.

Juan for Model Number DBXR463EG6WW

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I purchased a timer plastic shaft we4m357. I don't remember where to place the wires. The letters on the timer are c, b, a, x, t, f. The wires are black, white, b&w, violet and one of them are hook together (2) either black or brown hard to tell. The paper work with the dryer shows all the parts but doesn't indicate this info as far as I can tell.

Lynn for Model Number DHDSR46GG7WW

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I need a spring for a GE coin operated dryer timer. The model number is DDC4500SKMWH. The spring number should be 008003. Wondering if you have this part? Thank you.

Rudy

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The timer on our dryer seems "stripped" as in it just turns with no clicks or resistance all the way around the dial. I'm assuming this means the whole timer needs replaced. It doesn't seem to be the knob since the knob still stays on the dial. Does this seem correct?

Holidaynapril for Model Number gtdp301elows

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I recently replaced my dryer timer with part number WE4M364. After installing I noticed that the timer is about 90 degrees off of what the backsplash panel shows. After reading a previous post, I noticed that one suggestion is the timer is in backwards. I checked and to my knowledge that isn't the issue. I looked at the wiring diagram and it appears all the wires are I the right place. I double checked with GE and they assured that it is the correct replacement part. The knob insert is inside the knob. Is there a way to adjust the timer shaft? Or am I missing something simple? Thanks for your advice.

Kenny for Model Number DX4500EG6WW

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When turning the dryer cycle knob it appears I can put it on the cotton optimum dry. Sometimes it will work sometimes it acts as if it were set on timed dry. The dial never stops at the off position. It may stop just before or just after the off position. It seems that the mechanical setting is off from the printed dial. Will this require a new timer or is there a way to adjust the current timer?

Ann for Model Number Drsr495eg6ww

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