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GE Dryer manual needed please

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Need the Manual please.

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A wiring diagram will be fine.

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Jump, I already know that when you request a manual, it aint gonna be an easy one to find. lol...the search continues....

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Jump, I already know that when you request a manual, it aint gonna be an easy one to find. lol...the search continues....

None of my calls are easy.

None of the symptoms I encounter are common.

On this dryer the customer informed me the wiring diagram was no use to them when they attempted the repair,so they threw it away.

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I found the mini-manual.  I had to crawl through the sewers of Boston, dodging clumps of toilet paper, rats, and an occasional dismembered limb, but no sacrifice is too much to help a Brother in the Craft: http://appliantology.org/files/file/818-ge-dwsr483eg9ww-dryer-mini-manual/

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Domos Sewer King.

Just what I need.

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I found the mini-manual.  I had to crawl through the sewers of Boston, dodging clumps of toilet paper, rats, and an occasional dismembered limb, but no sacrifice is too much to help a Brother in the Craft: http://appliantology.org/files/file/818-ge-dwsr483eg9ww-dryer-mini-manual/

lol see....the tribute i  just posted was timely and well deserved http://appliantology.org/topic/42026-what-the-samurai-must-endure/

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