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Maytag MDE3500AYW heat selector switch fried

Switch 33002526 is no longer made. This dryer is only 8 years old. It is in great shape otherwise. Can't find this part anywhere. Part 33001640 is for a MDE2600AYW look exactly the same but has one more terminal mark OR(orange?) Will this switch work? It would be an absolute crime to send this perfectly good dryer to the land fill because we cant find a $15 switch. Can it just be wired direct red to black to regular heat? That is all that is used 95% of the time anyway.

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  • parkbo_zeus Dec 22, 2008

    I have hit vertually every parts supplier I can ind online. All of them do not carry the part. The would get it from Whirlpool/Maytag if they still made it but they dicontinued it in July of 08.

  • parkbo_zeus Dec 22, 2008

    I have searchered and called vertually every parts supplier I could find on the internet. All of them do not carry the part but would order it directly from Whirlpool/Maytag if they still made it. The problem is that they stopped making it in July 2008.

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Well you have 4 wires right? Neutral or N is white most of the time and marked on back side of the switch will be N (might be purple) so that is 1 wire next all you have to do is put 1 more wire to that one and you have heat. Individually tape off the other 2 wires. Make it work in cotton only. or perma press only.

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    Dan Webster Dec 22, 2008

    If the partstore has it then I highly recommend you get it from there. Nice company.


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