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If you search the web for "repair manual" plus the model of your drier, you may be able to find a copy of that, or a site which will sell you a PDF if it for a few bucks. That will give instructions on how to disassemble and reassemble the drier. To access the timer, that's usually a matter of pulling the knobs off and loosening some screws on the back so ...
I doubt you can repair the timer. You need that whole assembly, like this one for about $100. I go to the local parts shop though. Nice having someone to blame if it's the wrong part and somewhere to take it back. Find the model number and get a part (timer) ordered. In the meantime, YouTube for perhaps even your specific model for dismantling instructions.
Condenser dryers generate water, just like an air conditioner does. If water is leaking out, then either the water collection tank is full and overflowing, or the drain is clogged and overflowing.
It might be a restraint to prevent a stacked washer/dryer combo from toppling in the event of an earthquake or a child climbing it - in that case it would have on end bolted into a stud, and the other would connect to the higher device (usually the dryer) in the stack. If not stacked, not needed. On the other hand, if the hooked end is greasy, @Michael ...
That may very well be a washer tub restraint device. The tub in a washer machine is often mounted in a way that takes up vibration during normal operation. During shipping from the factory additional items are added to the washer to restrain motion in the tub to prevent knocking around and/or damage. This cable hook device could be one of those restraint ...
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