Question about Maytag Dryers
Hello! Start with the receptacle. You should have 2 120v leads, giving you 220v to power everything on the dryer. If that's good, test your cord for continuity, or test for the same voltage at the dryer terminal strip. If that's good, unplug the dryer and make sure that all connections to the dryer are tight. If that's good, test the continuity of the heating elements. This should get you going in very short order. Since your dryer is brand new, once you've made sure that there is power up to the machine, the rest should be covered by your dealer and your warranty.
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