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I'm having trouble finding the exact capacity of your dryer, but I believe it is around 7.0 cu ft, which is about as large as you can get in a standard-width home dryer.

Maytag Dryers | Answered 18 hours ago


SearsPartsDirect.com has the most parts. You can also try RepairClinic.com, AppliancePartsPros, EasyApplianceParts, and others. If you know the part number, you can try Amazon and eBay.

Dryers | Answered 19 hours ago


The L2 error code indicates low voltage to the dryer. And this is most commonly caused by a poorly wired 240V wall outlet or loose connections to the dryer. Ideally, If you are inclined to test the voltage, you should do it at the dryer where the wires are attached in the back. BE CAREFUL; YOU ARE DEALING WITH 240VAC. YOU CAN BE KILLED IF YOU TOUCH THE LIVE WIRES! With the leads of the voltmeter across the outside wires, you should measure 220 - 240 VAC. If you do, then have someone press the start button. If the voltage drops significantly, (drops to less than 200VAC), you've found the problem! Turn off the circuit breaker to the dryer (and make sure you don't have any voltage at the outlet anymore.) Now check to make sure the screws that hold the wires at the back of the dryer are tight. If they are okay, then your problem is either at the 240V wall outlet or at the circuit breaker box. I'll let you take it from there; just make sure there is no power at the outlet before you remove the cover screws.

Dryers | Answered 19 hours ago


Taking a guess, there is computer control and electronic internal switching and barring anything drastic happening to the internal wiring, one or more of the switching semiconductor devices has probably failed...

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Applicare Inc. Oct 12, 2019
The belt is not moving and the motor pulley is spinning burning the belt.Check tension pulley, drum and drum rollers for unhindered rotation.

Samsung Dryers | Answered 2 days ago


Do you have the power turned on at the new location it should be a double pole 30 amp breaker in your panel

Kenmore Dryers | Answered 3 days ago


depending on the year you may not be able to find parts because walmart does not make things like that anymore

Duracraft Dryers | Answered 3 days ago


I don't know but dryers generally are of a fairly crude construction designed to be cheaply assembled by the manufacturer and not so easy to repair.

The ones I have tackled, the belt replacement entailed removing screws until something important fell off and then on and on until the back of the cabinet could be separated from the front far enough to change the belt...

Asko Dryers | Answered 3 days ago


It sound like you have a venting problem. The air from the dryer is probably restricted by either a clogged exhaust hose or duct work in house or a stuck vent flap where air blows to the outside. If your vent goes straight up to the roof, something may be blocking the exit or the whole line may be clogged. Also check for a kinked flex hose that attaches to the dryer. If blockage is in wall of house, there are vent cleaning companies that can clean out the line.

Kenmore 84052... | Answered on Oct 10, 2019

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