Hello, I've got two questions. 1. I just recently replaced the timer motor but the dryer still won't stop buzzing when it gets to the end of the timed cycle and other cycles. It will only stop buzzing by itself on the automatic high heat cycle. 2. Is there any way to disable the buzzer, lower it's volumn or turn it off? Any solutions that you have will be much appreciated. Thanks! CAB
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Push the timer to a definate off position. Close the door. If it buzzes then more than likely you are getting power from the timer which could mean short in the timer. If you have the model # the parts places can easily find your parts.
Good day, Sounds very much like the motor is going bad. Very slim chance that the timer could cause that problem because of pitted contacts, but that would not explain away the noise when trying to start. Here's a good tutorial if you want to replace the motor.
buzzer is built -in the timer you all should replace it if you really want it solved they have done their work over the years. It's not something you can just go in and unplug or cut sorry. Good Luck. Post your make and model numbers next time please.