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    • Part Number: AP4037260
    • MFG Part Number: 306199
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Hello, I'm testing my existing 306199 relay, and there is infinite resistance between terminals A and B (the coil). That's incorrect, right? If it was working, the coil would measure a dead short right?

Gary for Model Number SE1000

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We were needing to replace out the heater relay (306199) but the picture shown here for this part is different than the one i pulled out of my dryer. Our current heater relay is a 1 point, whereas the one we ordered and received is a dual point. We heard it's the new one for this model, but i don't see how we can change the wiring/hook ups. any suggestions?

Jim M. for Model Number SE 1000

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I order this heater relay 306199 and I cannot find it on my dryer.

Landon for Model Number MDE5500AYW

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Hello, My heater relay seems to be defective. But it seems it is a 24VDC relay. On the diagram on the machine, it says the voltage for this relay as well a the motor relay is 24VAC. Could there be a mistake on the diagram?

Leo for Model Number SE1000

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Can I order screws and wires with the relay? Where do I connect the relay and the wires to it?

Barry for Model Number MDE5500AYW

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The service tech shorted and melted part of the wall outlet while checking across the partially exposed plug for 220 voltage. When he came to, he told me I needed a new board and heater relay. I replaced the board and the dryer now works fine. I can not find the relay anywhere. There are 3 unused terminals on the board. Is it likely that the tech took the fried relay with him? Would the dryer still work without the relay? I can not find any unattached wires, any screws or any place the relay would go inside the control panel. Is it safe to run the dryer? Thanks, BARRY

Barry for Model Number MDE5500AYW

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A service technician told me that I needed a board and a heater relay. I ordered a board #AP4044079 from you. Do I need to order the heater relay also, or is it part of the board? Where is the relay installed? Thanks, BARRY

Barry for Model Number MDE5500AYW

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My dryer stopped heating. I have checked the following for continuity and all checked out. Thermal Fuse, Thermister, Thermal Limits (on heater housing) the relay (heater) and the heating coils. What else can it be? (and yes the vent is clear).

Tim for Model Number SE1000

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Not sure if I copied down model number ok but all all fuses and element on maytag dryer check out ok but I've never seen a heater relay. There are four connections (two pairs) one shows closed and one shows open. Should they both be closed? Thanks. Phil

Phil for Model Number mde16dayw

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What does the Relay, heater 306199 do?

Darrell for Model Number MAH8700A

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