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    • Part Number: AP4039476
    • MFG Part Number: 31001088
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My dryer stopped working. I've replaced the thermal fuse. It runs for 3 to 4 minutes on timed dry then shuts off. If you wait 3 minutes, it will restart. You put on air dry only will run full cycle.

Scott for Model Number maytag, pyet344ayw

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When the flame ignites, it goes out after about :10. I've replaced the gas valve coils and sensor. Is the next step in this process of elimination game to buy a thermostat kit? The thermostat is by the blower and the fuse is located in the back, correct? What should the readings be on these btw? Maybe they're still good. And if so, what else could be the problem? Thanks for the time and consideration. -Bill

Bill for Model Number PYG4500AWW

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I just replaced the thermostat, control but I don't know whether I placed the wires in the same spots as they were on the old one (forgot to keep tabs). Anyway, things seem to be working so far. My question is; If the wires were placed into the opposite terminals what would the consequence be? Would there be symptoms I could look for? Thanks.

Rob for Model Number Maytag HYE3657AYW

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I read a coupld other responses and I just wanted to confirm what a closed reading is. For thermostat 31001088 I am reading about 7K ohms across the small terminals and about 0.8 across the larger terminals. Is the thermostat good?

Andy

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I tested the thermostat control {part# 31001088), the large terminals are closed but the small terminals has 7k ohms. Is it bad or good?

Ram for Model Number Maytag pyg4500aww

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The dryer works fine when you use the timer but when you use the auto (more dry - less dry) function the dryer shuts off before the clothes are dry. From looking at your site I think it might be the cycling thermostat but it could also be the thermal fuses. What do you think it could be? Thanks for your help.

Tom for Model Number Maytag PYET244AYW

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How do you test the thermostat that is by the motor? It has four wires that go to it.

Andy for Model Number PYET444AYW

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What are the other 2 parts to check for? I have new coils, checked thermo's, sensor,didn't check ignitor, it fires up. I hate to buy expensive gas valve because I don't know for sure if its the valve. Thank-you.

Marty for Model Number pyg2300aww maytag

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When testing flame sensor the ohm should read 0 on your meter?

Marty for Model Number pyg2300aww

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Yes I cleaned under the the lint filter. I have new coils. The first start up the burner stays on for approx. 1 min, after that about 5-8 secs. Ran dryer with vent off for about 30-35 mins air temp. at back vent is 77 degrees.

Marty for Model Number pyg2300aww maytag

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