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    • Part Number: AP4045210
    • MFG Part Number: 35001153
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer will not heat. I have replaced the thermister, thermostats, hi/low switch, heating coil, and control panel. Still no heat. It does run, however. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

Mike for Model Number MDE9700AYW

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Maytag dryer, no power, no lights at all, 246 volts both legs combine, 123 volts each leg to the connection terminal, terminal block is good. Wires to power board, the 12 gauge blue and black which plugs into the board, no voltage detected. Checked thermal fuse, it is getting continuity, checked door switch it is working. The power board looks pretty good with the exception of a round ( "transistor") white plastic case with dime size metal disc which has small amount of blackish on it, located just next to white connection leading to front control panel, also inspected front of dryer control board, nothing burned out. Power supple is lost and so am I. Thank you

Roy R. for Model Number mde9700ayw

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I have a Maytag Neptune Dryer that is electric and it will power up but when you hit the start button an error code flashes up with (what it looks like) a lowercase "t" (or a upside down "f" in reverse) and a "5" (or "S"). I am not sure what the code is. I had a repair man come out and he checked the thermistor, thermostat, and fuse. All checked out fine. Could this be the control board and if it is which one? The one in the front (behind the display) or the one under the top cover?

Jablonsj for Model Number MDE6700AYW

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I Have an Amana NED 7200 TW and according to the code TS error I determine the Thermistor was bad, so I replacd it. It continued give me the same code TS error. so I also reoplaced the circuit board and still the code was present. I cleared all the codes unplugged for a couple of hrs. plugged back up and the code still there. I don't know what else to do with it. can anyone help me? Thank you. note: All the thermostats and heating elements were also replaced. basically all electrical fuse were change for a new one just in case. even the wiring harness was replaced due to a burn cable. No more parts to change.

Jose

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Dryer will not power up at all. no power at controls at all. power coming from wall and cord are checked and good. Have a humming sound coming from the control board when plugged in. All other connections checked and appear good.

Scott for Model Number maytag neptune MDE9700AYW

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The controls on my dryer are frozen. it will not respond in any way. Control panel lights up but no response at all. I get no codes or any signs of life. What do I check first?

Ken for Model Number mdg5500aww

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I have no heat in the dryer. The diagnostic code 2 repeats every cycle after cleared. I removed the thermistor and it ohms out at about 9k ohms so I backed probed the wires at the control board with the thermistor plugged in and got the same reading. Suggestions?

Bob T. for Model Number mdg6700aw

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I have an Amana NED7200TW dryer that is approx. 2 1/2 years old and am having issues. The first sign of a problem was it would not come back on after running a 40-50 minute cycle. Nothing would come on, no display, chim, or any sign of life. After about 15-20 minutes, it would turn on and work fine. Sometimes you could run several loads in a row with no trouble, other times you would have to wait. Now its got to the point to where it will only run for about 15-20 minutes, and then it shuts down. The display goes off, and it will not start back. After 15 minutes or so, it comes back on by its self, and the timer display is showing the remaining time from the stopped cycle. Could this be the curciut board over heating? Or maybe the Thermistor is going bad, but not sure if it would shut the display down...

Kenj for Model Number Amana NED7200TW

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After dryer completes timing system (say it set for ten minutes) the dryer does not shut off but continues and the ten minute digital number disappears and in its place are zig-zig displays. The heat continues as well.

Ted for Model Number MDE6700AYW

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my dryer powers up display is lit drum wont turn and the control panel makes a clicking noise when turned on /off the belt is on and the tension seems fine dont want to spend 200 on a panel if i dont need one any help is appreciated

Mike for Model Number ned7200tw

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