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Wires to loom have come loose

Wires have come loose do not know where to connect them back to

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  • lee_p_freema Jan 08, 2009

    Thanks for getting in touch the model number is VTD20G and the wires are going into the the timer dial the ones that have come loose are a double white and a double blue unsure what number they clip onto and whether its the top with the grey and red, middle or bottom at the minute it just gives a buzzing noise and goes off. At the time we were replacing the belt. Thanks for any help you can give

  • Barry Coates
    Barry Coates May 11, 2010

    Which wires have come loose, and can you confirm the model number please?

  • jackie
    jackie Nov 16, 2013

    whirpool awo 3761/5 model number 859203015508

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Sorry to have been so long in getting back to you, I have been trying to obtain a wiring diagram for your model, unfortunately ,I cannot get one, so am sorry to say I cannot help on this occasion.

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