When I try to start my dryer I get a F1 code. Is part #W10111609 what I need to fix this issue.
Answer Hello Edward. F-01 flashes when there is a primary control
failure. Replace the machine control electronics.
Control display works fine when turn on and timer works. Drum does not turn-belt and motor turn easy. I suspect control board assembly defective.
Answer Hello Ralph,
With the display working you should check the continuity of the thermal fuse 3392519. If the thermal fuse blows then you will have display but no motor or heat. You may also want to check the thermostats and other thermal fuses W10169881 as well. You will also check the venting from the blower wheel all the way to the outside of unit to make sure it is clear. This is the most likely cause of the thermal fuse failing. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
No heat from dryer. Everything else works fine.
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My MED6600TQ0 Maytag Bravo gets too hot. It is even extremely HOT on air dry. At first it would not run, so I replaced the thermal fuse 3392519. It ran but still got HOT. I cleaned the vent (not much in there either), it still ran HOT. I replaced the thermostat and thermal cut-off. No luck. What next?
Answer Hi Rick. It sounds like the thermister part #8577274 could be out of range. It senses blower heat temperature, I would suggest changing that part if it is too warm up on the top of the sides of the dryer (also if the top is Hot). This part basically tells the machine control board how long to run the heater. Hope this helps. Thanks.