Is it worth fixing my older GE Dryer?
I have a GE 5 cycle dryer mod#DDE8200RCMWH with a bad timer. We were told yesterday by the repairman that it might not be worth fixing. He gave us a price of $165.00 for the timer and at least that much for labor. His thinking was that we might not want to put $330.00 into dryer that is so old.
The dryer still starts, heats, dries, it jut does not turn off when the contents are dry. My question to all of you smart folks is, if I order a new timer, can I install it myself?
I'm not crazy about spending twice as much money as I have to if I can do the job myself.
Any thoughts and or advice will be appreciated.