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Need a wire drawing DJXR433EC3WW

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Well I received a dryer in that was tripping the 220V breaker as soon as I turned the timer to any cycle (not even turning the start switch)......This is what I wound up doing to fix problem....I had another dryer same brand, but different year with basically the same features. I took a peek @ the timer and compared it to my problem dryer. Looks as if the previous owner tired to work on it and forgot were to land wires that were pulled.

Glad to say my DJXR433EC3WW is back drying clothes again!

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