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I need the wiring schematic for a whirlpool imperial series dryer

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Should be a small envelope or plastic bag inside the machine with the wiring schematic folded up inside. Often includes timer pin outs, and parts list. Usually inside the control panel, but sometimes elsewhere inside the cabinet.

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