Major Appliances/Bosch Dryer


I have a Bosch Dryer.  Model WTMC6300US.  It has been necessary  to wiggle the Start/Stop button to get it come on for the last year.  Now it won't come on at all.  I have read several question/answers and do feel it's probably that button/switch.  My question is, will they have to replace the whole board, or can they just replace the switch.  No one wants to say up front, before I commit to a $75 dollar diagnostic fee.  I have heard the board repair is about $450, more that I want to pay for a 7 year old dryer, especially if the board on either machine may go out soon, due to the age of the units.  But am hoping a switch repair would be cheaper?  What do you think?

Looks like it is all intergrated into one control.  Part number for the control board is 435814 and they are selling at 350 +.  I can sell you a brand new control for 200.00 plus shipping depending on where you live.  I am sure you can find on youtube a video to take your unit apart and repair yourself....  If I can help further....I am here...

Waiting to hear from you,
Eric and Ann Campion

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