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dryer runs, but has no heat.....


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#1 dill

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 10:39 AM

My maytag dryer runs but doesn't heat. The thermostats are open when the dryer
is off,( infinate ohm's) so I checked voltage with dryer running, all three
thermo's show about 120 volts, and the heater element has 120 as well.
 I re checked the breaker box, nothing has been thrown. Any ideas where I
should look next, or which parts to order from you???

Maytag dryer model number   LDE410

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Posted 16 August 2005 - 10:49 AM

Hummmm, the element is 240 volts, looks like you have lost voltage to the element.  The thermostats should be closed when the dryer is off.  Make sure you have 240 volts at the outlet in the wall, the dryer will run on 120 volts but the element has to have 240 volts.

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