Question about Maytag MDE6000 Dryer
Probably just the heating element. If that isn't it, you might have a bad moister sensor. It tells the dryer to stop heating once the clothes are dry. My first suggestion is to check the heating element, they go out all the time. Usually there is just a tall narrow cover of them, so you can check them without disassembling the whole back of the dryer. Goodluck
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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