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EE IN TEMP DISPLAY

ALSO, HAVE A SMALL BLACK CORD WITH MINI WHITE PLUG BEHIND THE FUNCTION BOX NOT PLUGGED IN ANYWHERE, NOR CAN WE FIND THE PLACE TO DO SO.... THE UNIT WILL NOT START OR DO ANYTHING, JUST HAS EE IN THE READOUT WHERE THE TEMP WOULD BE MAYTAG SUSAN HOEFLE

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  • jim hoggard Jun 10, 2008

    Model M6D18E7A-E

    EE is showing on the screen.

    It tries to turn on for a second or 2 and stops and tryies to come on again.

    I can turn it off at the breaker or the mode button.

    My e-mail is [email protected]

    Thanks

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I just called a maytag repair store, and they just had one in the shop, it sounds like the control panel has died, and will need to be replaced. They cost around 60 dollars, + install fee.

Posted on Aug 23, 2007

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