Question about Dryers
I have a dwxr483ebww GE dryer, that comes with no switch to disable end of cycle buzzing. I was wondering if there is any way to take the wire and disable it...
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
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
On our GE WSM2420 the buzzer is also just beneath the control panel, but it's rectangular, slightly larger than a 9V battery.
Posted on May 04, 2010
YES! I finally did it! I am just going to give a more detailed answer than DRRXR above to hopefully make it fool proof. First UNPLUG the unit of course. Then remove all the knobs except the last one to the left (facing you). I left the last one on bc it didn't want to come off so I did not force it off. Then remove the four screws on the right and left side of the control panel. The silver panels will come off. Then take a wrench and pull the black screw on the right. This will allow you to pull down on the black panel behind the control panel just enough to get to the buzzer. Then just remove the wires. PRESTO.
Posted on Mar 30, 2013
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Hello Craig McDaniel - The buzzer signal will sound when the cycle ends and briefly every 5 minutes as it is a reminder to remove the load. For this purpose, unfortunately the buzzer signal cannot be disable. Most of this brands laundry centers and microwaves are preset to do this.
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