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Maytag performa dryer quit working

Timer ticking so power getting to unit, cleaned out huge lint ball from blower squirrel cage area and in the door compartment (what a mess), bypassed the thermal fuse and still nothing, bypassed the door switch and still nothing, hmmmm what next? JUNKER?

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  • Garth Jackson May 11, 2010

    Sounds like you are getting power to the timer but are you getting power from the timer to anywhere else

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    dryer has power the light comes on and the timer runs but when the start button is pushed nothing happens

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Check your breaker first and then the wiring. Check power coming from the timer next. With a load and resistance that you had, you could have tripped one of the breakers.Since you have bypassed the thermal fuse, it probably is the timer switch.

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