Tip & How-To about Dryers
Unfortunately a lot of these fans are made in a variety of overseas factories , with a variety of wire color codes. It would be a very strong coincidence if any electrician could detail how to replace the fan speed switch with any amou8nt of accuracy. The new switches are usually well marked with L1, 1, 2, 3. The problem is in identifying the wires on the fan. With a voltage meter it is relatively easy to identify the hot power wire. If you can temporarily attach each of the other wires to the hot wire you can usually label them with the speed they correspond to. Then connect them to the correct slots in the new switch.
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