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frankm1960

Member Since 08 Apr 2007
Offline Last Active Mar 19 2014 11:44 PM

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My Maytag Dryer Died

11 March 2014 - 02:11 AM

Oh Great people i need your wisdom

. My maytag dryer mde 9700 ayw   died  put a  load in was fine took out put in next was dead   no lights, bells or anything   checked wall plug 120 both legs  240 across    went in to back of unit checked at block voltage was present  120v both legs   240 across. no power No display on unit . one leg 120 went to the control board a relay??  was 120 at one side 0 at the other but i do not know if this is norml so whatever happen took out all   do not have a wiring diagram opened machine  and did not see any brunt wires to the control bard or the timer ? board checked the thermal fuse on the heater duct was good anyone have wairing diagram i can have Please ?? Frank



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