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It is probably on a sticker on the dryer door.
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In the diagram at the link below, number 38 is the buzzer. It is mounted in the timer console and will have 2 wires going to it.
This model has a spring clip (number 32) rather that a traditional fastening system that makes it a bit more difficult to remove the control panel. With the machine unplugged, loosen the screws only enough to allow the panel to be pulled down and then hinged out. Do not remove the screws completely, those clips are a bugger to get back in place if they fall out.
Once you have access to the buzzer, remove the wires and tape them up very securely with electrical tape.
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