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Re: disengage buzzer on Kenmore 400 dryer
The buzzer is inside the control switch area.Its about the size of 4 stacked 50 cent coins.Kill the power to the drier and then open the control panel and locate the buzzer.Remove the two wires; using electrical tape, you can tape up each wire end and then secure it out of the way. :?) DRRXR
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