Question about Siemens Dryers
I've checked the trap at the front of the machine but from reading other posts, I suspect there is fluff in the ducting at the back stopping hot air getting through. How do I get to the ducting?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sound like the heat coil is broken or burnt out..you can get one at an appliance parts supply store...but the only way to get it in is to take apart the dryer it is the back of the dryer that containt the heat coil...
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
An appliance store can sell you a brush that is attached to a long wire. It is made specifically for removing lint from dryers. I have seen them at walmart and other places but for sure at an appliance store. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
It's likely one of the coils is opening a break in the coil as the coil heats up. This coil will shrink when cool and be able to run again. The number for the coil kit, which will replace ALL the coils, for your machine is 12001348.
Disconnect power and turn off gas before working on this dryer. Working on gas dryers is not recommended for people who are not professionals.
Service on gas appliances should be undertaken by professionals only due to the danger of gas leakage which can cause fires or death by asphyxiation.
The disassembly procedure is covered beginning on page 3-10 of the manual listed at the link below. Operation and replacement of coils is covered at page 3-32. Replace All coils with Kit Number listed above. Take care not to touch or hit the ignitor or you will be replacing it also. It is VERY brittle.
Reverse process to re-assemble. Good Luck
Maytag Dryer Service Manual
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
You will need to check all the duct work for lint buildup. This is the reason clothes won't dry or take a few cycles to dry.
Posted on Oct 15, 2012
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