Question about Maytag Neptune MDE6700A Electric Dryer
First you need to know if the element is heating up. Are the clothes hot? If so, you need to check your vent hose and duct. A clogged vent will not let the moisture out and will cause long dry times.
If the the element is not heating or barely heating, you need to check your wiring. Make sure the power cord is properly installed. If you have 4 wires in the cord, you will have black and red on the ends with white in the middle and green to cabinet.
If you have a fuse box in your house instead of a breaker box, check the fuses. There are 2 fuses for the dryer. The element needs both fuses to work but the motor will still run if one blows.
Post back if you have any questions.
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
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