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I want to disconnect the buzzer sound on my dryer

Everytime the dryer is finished, it makes this annoying buzzing sound for about 3 seconds and it wakes up my new baby. I want to disconnect the buzzer if it is possible. How do I do this?

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First of all if you can remove the back of the console to expose the timer and switches, there is usually a small block with 2 wires to it, and it has no knob connected, this is usually the alarm buzzer, remove 1 wire and tape it off,then try the dryer if no alarm wala.

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