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I have a Roper electric dryer ( invensys timer ). It has two contacts that are burned up inside of the timer. Is there anywhere I can purchase JUST the contacts? I don't want to have to replace the timer, because I have learned how to remove the contacts without damaging the timer. Thanks!

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To the best of my knowledge... no.

Its possible, but I've never seen any for sale, anywhere.
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To the best of my knowledge... no.

Its possible, but I've never seen any for sale, anywhere.

Well, they have to come from somewhere lol. I have 5 or 6 dryers right now I have put off repairing because of this EXACT issue. These Invensys timers are so cheaply made. I don't know if you have had one apart, but there is literally NOTHING to them. I think I might tear a couple of other timers I have completely apart, and see if the lightly used / not used as much cycles have the same contacts in them and try to swapping them out.

In my head, why would I spend so much money on a new timer, when I know it's a stupid little metal contact that can't cost more than a dollar or two?
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