Model #NDE2330AYW AMANA Residential Dryer

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Amana dryer

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Before you use the dryer, I am glad your contacted managemylife.com. A similar question has been asked on another dryer as you will see in the link provided below. Hope this answers your question. Additional information may take two business days, usually sooner. Thanks for your patience.

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Anna T -
February 25, 2013
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Hello Rick,

 

I would like to assist you with your replacement part question.  I verified that the lint filter no longer includes the felt and that you have the direct replacement.  The design has been modified from the original slightly and it was deemed that the felt is no longer needed.  I suggest carefully comparing the width differences of the frame that goes around the screen prior to attempting to use the original.

 

Please let me know if you would like any further assistance.

 

Jerry C

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Jerry C -
Sears Technician
February 26, 2013
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amana model #nde2330ayw

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Knowing all there is to know about the Amana washer and dryer helps making a decision when it comes to purchasing appliances. If the manufacturer has supplied this information to us, the expert will respond with the information you request within two business days.

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Anna T -
September 30, 2012
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Hi,

Thank you for your question. It is concerning when your appliance is not functioning correctly.

The dry is using a heater coil the uses 5.3Kwatts and like all electric dryers it will use more than the washer. Gas dryers will use less electricity, but will use gas to make the heat. I would advise check the new dryer that can provide 10 percent less because of new motor and electronics design. Protect your clothes from over drying - The IntelliDry� sensor monitors the moisture level of clothes as they tumble to minimize the risk of over drying and shrinking. Clothes come out dry, yet cool to the touch. All while using 10% less energy Compared to pre-2004 traditional dryers. See this dryer at Maytag Dryer .

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance please include more details in a reply to this entry below.
Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Bill__W -
Sears Technician
October 03, 2012
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My amana model#NDE2330AYW

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the dryer getting too hot can be very concerning. I did find some information for you that I am hoping will help you. I am adding the link below to help you with your question while you wait for your expert response. It may take 24-48 hours. I do hope that this will help you.

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Marc H -
June 10, 2012
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I recommend that you check that lint filter. Make sure that it is cleaned before each cycle. That filter can become clogged with fabric softener residue that is difficult to see. That residue can restrict airflow through the dryer and cause an overheating problem. I recommend that you wash that filter with water and soft bristle brush. Allow the filter to dry completely. Insert the lint filter back into the housing and test a medium load of wet laundry to see if the dryer continues to overheat.

If the dryer continues to overheat, I recommend that you move the dryer forward and disconnect the flexible vent hose connection on the back of the dryer. Ventilate the laundry room as much as possible. Fill the dryer with a medium load of wet laundry. Start the dryer in a regular cycle with a high heat setting. Measure the temperature of the air coming out of the middle of that exhaust vent on the back of the dryer. Use an accurate thermometer. The air should heat up to about 150 to 160 degrees. Once it reaches that point, the heating element should shut off and the air should cool back down about 15 degrees before the element is cycled back on. If the dryer cycles properly in this manner then you probably still have an undetected clog or restriction in the exhaust vent duct path to the outside of your home. Make sure that the exit damper vent on the outside of your home is opening properly.

If the dryer heats to around 225 degrees and then cools back down to around 185 degrees, then this indicates that the operating thermostat is bad. You can order that thermostat from this page: Amana Dryer NDE2330AYW Motor and Fan Parts . The part number that you need will depend on the first 2 digits of your serial number (this designates the Series revision number of your dryer). If your serial number begins with 17 or above, then you will need part 37001136. For a serial number that begins with 16 and below, you will need part 503979. If you need help ordering that part, reply with the full serial number of your dryer and we will assist you further.

Be sure that you unplug the dryer before accessing internal components. The image below shows how to access the cycling thermostat.

This initial troubleshooting information may help you fix that overheating problem in your dryer. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
June 12, 2012
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