Question about Maytag Hardware & Accessories
Man came and said it was the timer needed to be replaced can that be why heat stopped? or do i need a heating element or new dryer?
If the dryer cycles normally, it is most likely the elements or some part of the controls. turn the dryer on and check the voltage at the elements, if u have voltage then the element is bad.
if no voltage or not enough voltage, then u need to follow the circuit back to see were it stops.
if its on an old fuse system 1 could be blown, this would let it run without heating. the relay that turns the elements on could be bad and not engaging, if all this checks out then the timer is the culprit.
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Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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