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Hi my dry had a broken timer knob and the dryer would work if I pushed the knob I got a replacement part but dont know how to rewire it agen and the part looks different the old one had T80 on it but this one has T85

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Your timer switch should come with a wiring diagram.
Check with the supply house you got the timer from and let them make sure you have the right part for your model dryer.
Sometimes the new timer will be different, that is where the wiring diagram comes into play.
I hope this helps

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