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Wires came unplugged from behind control knob

While replacing the bearing the top of the dryer came off and the wires came unplugged from the box behind the control knob. How do I know what wire get plugged into what spot? 5 wires came unplugged - Frigidaire GLER331AS2 Electric Dryer

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    My dryer won't shut off on it's own. Model # gler331as2

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Below is the link to the wiring diagram to your dryer, it should help some. In addition what I can tell you is that most appliance components have initials next to the connections that indicate what color wire is supposed to be connected to them, this is where the diagram should help. In cases of things like switches, buzzers, thermostats, things that only have to do with circuits being open or closed they will not have an initial so therfor it doesn't matter what wire goes to what connection. Post again if you need more help. http://www.appliance-parts-warehouse.com/frigidaire-parts/Frigidaire-Dryer-Parts/Frigidaire-Parts-GLER331AS2/Frigidaire-Parts-50169.cfm

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