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I just replaced a belt and idler pully on my Maytag SDG3606AWW dryer and now it wont start. The drum light doens't work and I've checked all the wiring I canget to without pulling the dryer completely apart again.

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  • govtmod Dec 03, 2008

    Found the problem. I knocked a wire off a gizmo on top of the heater. It was accessable from the front but I couldn't see it until I pulled the drum out.



    I put everything back together and it started right up.



    Thanks!

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I would check the wiring to the door,light switch, 3 wires, if i remember its GREY/WHITE/Brown. also if that was wired incoirrectly you may have blown a fuse check you outlet for power

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