Question about Maytag Performa PAV2200
I had dried one load of clothes and was getting ready to put in another load when I noticed that the light inside was out. I went ahead and put the wet clothes in the dryer thinking it was only the light that had blown out but when I tried to start the dryer....nothing happened.
p.s. I don't find our product listed here. We have a Maytag Performa Plus Model# PYE4500AYW. I've selected the PAV2200 since ours wasn't listed. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check your door switch. if it is ok, get this kit part number LA-1053. This is a very common solution for this dryer. the thermostat fix kit will contain a thermostat and two other parts....one is for gas and the other is for electric. just read the instructions and you will know what one is for your dryer. these parts can be accessed by lifting the lid and looking to the rear of the cabinet past the drum. MAKE SURE TO UNPLUG THE DRYER FIRST
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: replace belt on pye4500ayw
i lifted up the top and unscrewed the front of my maytag dyer pye4500ayw a very thin belt was at the bottom. who do i replace this belt and where does it go?
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Try removing the cold water supply hose at the back of the machine. There are usualy screnes in the connection inside the water inlet valve that you can pull out. Look inside the threaded fitting on the machine. Clean and replace it. If that is not it. Open the cold water valve and make sure your home water supply flows through the hose. Check the wires at the water inlet valve on the cold side for voltage (inside the machine) when trying to operate in cold water fill cycle. You can also run it on hot and check the voltage for comparison if you aren't sure of what voltage you are looking to have. If it powers up on the cold fill, then the inlet valve is bad and needs replaced. Be cautious as there is AC power that can kill when testing.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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