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Plastic box with wire on back of ge profile harmoney DPGt750

A blue wire was sticking through a plastic plate on the back of my dryer. This plastic piece is on with a screw and on this piece it says "up". Once you take this off there is a blue wire connected to the dryer.

I was cleaning the back of my dryer and my vac cleaner got hooked to it and blue broke the wire.

I've looked at my manual and called GE with no help on what this wire does and if it can be repaired cheaply. They want $118 just to come look at it.


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It's hard to tell for certain from your post, but it sounds like you broke the wire to a thermistor (part # WE04X10111). It is a little temp sensor which extends into the dryer about a inch with two same colored wires coming out of the exterior end. Easy to replace. remove cover, remove one screw holding thermistor. unplug white disconnect block. install new part. very simple, saved the $118, only cost ya the price of the part. (maybe about $35 or so) A FixYa rating would be appreciated. Thanks.

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