I have a customer who called me to say that his tenent's ge dsxh47ggww dryer shuts off after running for a few seconds with 6 beeps and that his handyman said that it's the error which means "stuck key".
As far as I can tell, that machine (all versions of it) have all of their buttons on a WE19X10080 control board, so if there's a stuck key, I have to replace the board. However that board is very expensive and if that's what it is, the customer won't pay for a repair.
However it's a dryer made by Frigidaire for GE, and I've noticed that the Frigidaire control board 134484212 looks the same, at least in pictures and it is a lot cheaper.
see, they look the same:
The picture is just upside down for the Frigidaire one.
Can I use that instead?
Also I can't find a manual for a dsxh47ggww, perhaps the manual for Frigidaire unit that uses the other board will work, maybe an LEQ1442ES0.
I've also noticed that in parts lists the GE dryer has another number a 0 through 3 before the WW but looking up the boards, they all seem to use the same board so it shouldn't matter. The customer hasn't got back to me with a model number taken from the door instead of from a manual, in case that's more specific.