Question about Maytag MEDB850WL 29" Electric Dryer 7.3 cu. ft. Capacity, 9 Drying
The likely causes of the problem, in order of most common to least:
1) Th heating element has failed (broken) and needs replacement.
2) One of the "overheat thermostats" has failed, needs replacement.
3) The heater fuse has blown, if your machine has one.
4) A wire has burned in two, often near the heat element in the back or bottom of the machine.
5) A wire has burned in two at the connection (from the plug) inside the back of the machine.
6) A circuit breaker has "tripped" inside your fuse box, located in your garage, hall, basement, or wherever.
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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