Not Heating
Maytag Original Gas Dryer





Here you will find the information and videos to help you repair your Maytag original gas dryer when is not heating   


If your Maytag gas dryer is running ok but is not heating.

You will need to check the following parts until you find out the part that needs to be replace to fix the dryer.

Here I am going to give you a brief description of the parts you need to check, and below you will have the links to the pages with the videos that will show you how the repairs are done.

Taking apart: The first thing that you need to learn to be able to fix your Maytag gas, is how to take it apart and put it back together again properly.

When you know how to dismantle the dryer, every repair becomes easier do. The hardest thing to do when making a repair is dismantling and reassembling the dryer.

So my advice to you is, learn how to dismantle and put the dryer back together properly, before trying to do the repairs.

The timer: The time is the distribution center in the dryer. It closes contacts to direct electricity to the electrical parts in the dryer according to the selection on the timer. For example, it sends 120 ac volts to the motor and 240 ac volts to the drying unit. Check the video below to see how to check & replace the timer. 

Temperature selector switch: The timer sends electricity to this switch and according to the selection on the switch the switch sends electricity the thermostats and the drying unit. This switch doesn't go bad too often, but it need to be check when the dryer is not producing any heat.

Cycling thermostat: This thermostat is used to control the air temperature inside of the tumbler. It is wired in series with the element. If the thermostat fails the dryer can't produce heat.

Hi-limit thermostat: This thermostat is a safety device used to open the element circuit if the cycling thermostat fails to open at the preset temperature. It doesn't go bad that often, but it need to be check when the dryer is not drying the clothes.

The motor centrifugal switch: This switch is inside of the motor and completes the circuit to produce heat when the motor is running and opens the circuit when the motor is not running. If this switch goes bad it is better to replace the complete motor.


Click on the link below according to the information
and video needed to complete the repair


     1. Taking the dryer apart

     2. Wall outlet

    3. Igniter

    4. Flame sensor

    5. Gas valve coils

    6. Temperature switch

    7. Cycling thermostat

    8. Hi-limit thermostat

    9. Timer

  10. Centrifugal switch





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