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Maytag maxima dryer steam valve will not stop spraying water

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Ma secheuse maytag ne fait pas de vapeur


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My Maytag dryer does not make steam
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When I put on this function makes no steam

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1. is there water flowing to the dryer?
2. Is the dryer connected to a water source
3. Are there any clogged water filters or screens in the back of the Dryer.
4. If there are no water problems, then I would check for thermal fuses or defective control boards.

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