Question about Maytag HYE3658AY Electric Dryer
When I run my dryer, it isn't turning and it has a burnt smell like it's overheating. What are my options to fix this. Thank you.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Save yourself the repair call and replace the gas coils. They're a $30 part and it takes all of five minutes. Works like a charm.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
SOURCE: Maytag dryer model HYE3657AYW
I assume that your u.s. dryer is the standard 220 volt, and your question is what is the voltage in Mexico where your father resides. Most places in Mexico will have the 220 volt supply available. This should be easily found out with any cheap 15.00 meter. If the receptacle accepts the dryers plug, it is more than likely the proper voltage.
( Maybe your father is really wanting to save energy and realizes that his clothes will last forever when they are hung up to dry! )
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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