Question about Ovens
HI, this is a logic chip failure that is housed on the control board. this is a well known issue concerning this model. The control board logic chip registers Resistance, via the Oven temp sensor assembly. This damaged chip is unable to process the resistance signal, in return, not allowing true oven temp to be produced. This actual Part has been discontinued. I have checked many sources for the part you will need and was told that it was no longer available.
Unfortunately, Maytag has pulled this Control Board off the market, due to its defect in the logic chip set. I will post the part number below just in case you would like to do your own search. the is the part that has failed and, if possible, you Willl need to replace it.
Maytag Part Number: 7601P200-60
Posted on May 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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