Question about Maytag Dryers
Based on your problem description, it sounds like you are on the right track.. Many driers use over-temp switches ( snap switches) near the source of heat and one of them could be disabling your gas from coming on.. Some models use auto-resetting sensors.. others use these sensors that have a little reset button on them.. That will require you to gain access to them and manually push it on... Of course.. it could also be the ignitor too.. If you can open up the drier ( either with or without a gas line attached) and plug it in.. you should be able to try to run it and watch for the ignitor to glow.. .. Those are a few ideas on how to diagnose the problem.. Hope that helps.. ( I assume you have gas availiabe to the system)
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
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