Model #LDE7314ACE MAYTAG Residential Dryer

  • Control Panel (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314ade) (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal)
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  • Control Panel (lde7314acm & Ldg7314aam) (lde7314acm) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Cabinet-front (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314ade) (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal)
    3 Results
  • Cabinet-front (lde7314acm & Ldg7314aam) (lde7314acm) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Door (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314ade) (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal)
    3 Results
  • Door (lde7314acm & Ldg7314aam) (lde7314acm) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Cabinet-rear (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314ade) (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal)
    3 Results
  • Cabinet-rear (lde7314acm & Ldg7314aam) (lde7314acm) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Tumbler (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314ade) (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal)
    3 Results
  • Tumbler (lde7314acm & Ldg7314aam) (lde7314acm) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Heater (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314ade) (lde7314acm)
    3 Results
  • Gas Valve (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Motor Drive (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314ade) (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal)
    3 Results
  • Motor Drive (lde7314acm & Ldg7314aam) (lde7314acm) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Ducting (lde7314acm) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Wiring Information-ldg7314aa* (ldg7314aae) (ldg7314aal) (ldg7314aam)
    3 Results
  • Wiring Information-lde7314ac* (lde7314ace) (lde7314acl) (lde7314acm)
    3 Results
  • Wiring Information-lde7314ade (lde7314ade)
    3 Results
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Q:

Timer switch replacement on maytag dryer

A:

Getting advise first on the problem with the Maytag dryer is important before replacing parts. I am providing a few links to help you while an expert responds to your specific question within 24-48 hours.

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Anna T -
June 03, 2012
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how to check the door switch, need access. Thanks

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Syed -
June 04, 2012
A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

If the dryer will start and run; it's not likely a timer issue. If the dryer has to sit and cool down before it can be restarted; I suspect the motor overheating and shutting off on the internal thermal motor protector. Take a look at the motor to see if might be covered in a layer of lint. You may be able to access and clean the motor from the rear by removing the small panel in the rear corner. If not, the front panel will need to be removed.

The front panel can be removed by taking the screws out from the front bottom edge of the panel. Swing the bottom out to about a 30 degree angle and the pull it downwards. NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source before removing the front panel.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
June 05, 2012
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