Question about Maytag Atlantis MDE7400AY Electric Dryer
When money is put into the dryer nothing happens.. digital read out remains the same? Any ideas??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Timmer Maytag Commercial Dryer
the maytag timer for MDE10 should be a multi vertical slide in type. If so under the keyed panel on the top of the dryer, is an electric control with a grey knurled knob facing the front of the machine.
This grey knurled knob is the time set.
The knob rotates clockwise (from front) under motor control while the dryer is running, and jumps back to starting position under spring control when the slide is pushed in.
There is a single grey stud moulded into the front of the knob, that is the sixty minute mark, and a number of slots before the stud, that take a nylon peg. they are 6 minutes apart 54 48 42 36 30 minutes. Inserting a nylon peg in the slot at 30 minute will do what you want.
Most service guys drop the peg in the bottom of the control when they remove it, makes it easier to find, next time, so if there is not a peg in any slot, examine the floor if the enclosure, A short nut n bolt will accomplish the same result if the peg is not there.
If the original multicoin push in has been replaced with a newer single slot device I dont know how the change is made, none of my dryers are that new.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
i just got off the phone with Maytag Commercial Laundry customer service, because i needed to know how to adjust the run times on this dryer model. here is what i learned:
there are slots in the timing cam into which fit a white pin for adjusting the run time. the letter settings on the cam are set at 12 minutes apart:
E = 12 minutes
D = 24 minutes
C = 36 minutes
B = 48 minutes
A = 60 minutes
if your dryer is running 48 minutes, that pin is likely in the 'B' slot. remove the pin. the built-in stop at the 'A' position is for 60 minutes.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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