I have a Maytag gas dryer.The timer will not move if I have it set to auto
dry.If I set it to timed dry it works fine.I assume there must be a moisture
sensor somewhere that has failed.What does this sensor look like and where
is it located. Thanks
Maytag has built several dozen different dryers!
Some info on a common "auto" cycle....
Restricted air flow, grounded element, bad thermostat are a few comon
things that can prevent the auto cycle from working.
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