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do you mean that if you hold in the start button it will run but when you let it go it stops,if so you have a bad belt pulley switch.it's a safety so if the belt breaks the dryer won't run,all it is is a cherry switch,a black switch with a white button sticking out of it,the belt pulley hits it and pushes the button in but the switch fails internally or the belt is broke,if the belt isn't broke replace the belt pulley switch.
We have a Maytag Epic dryer with the same problem (Model MED9800TQ0). Pulled out the control board yesterday and saw that the weld had been blown right at the motor relay (burnt marks surrounding the area on the flip side of the board where the relay attaches). Do you suggest we replace the motor relay or just try to re-soder that part on the board? Also - should we be concerned as to how this happened (that it was something elsewhere that caused it to blow)?