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SECTION1
         TEST
ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT            1 . 1 T H R U1 . 3

sEciloN 2
          ECHANICAL
ELECTRICAL.M
TROUBLESHOOTING     2.1 THRU2.7

SECTION
      3
      PROCEDURES 3'1 THRU3-26
SERVICE

      4
sEcTroN
PRE.INSTALLATION
              &
INSTALLATION        4.1 THRU4-10

SECTION
      5
WARRANTY&
          PARTS
REPLACEMENT          5.1 THRU5.2

SECTION6
SPECIFICATIONS       6.1 THRU6.9

      7
sEcTroN
ELECTRICAL
SCHEMATICS         7.1 THRU7.119
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                                                 3-4652

                     3-11353


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38t19     Blodef or sow
38180     Replocement           drill
38766     H o l es o ww i t h d r i l l
  6l
387       Extension sow    for
59t28     Vent kit - stondord 4'r ( I 0. | 5cm) kit contoirs three 59| 30 4" x 24"
          ( l 0 . l 6 c m x 6 0 . 9 5 c r no l u m i n u mp i p e s ,t w o 5 9 1 3 14 " ( l 0 . l 5 c m ) o l u m i n u me l b o w so n d
                                           )
          one 59129 ( 10.l5cm) vent hood
                           4"
59t29     Vent hood- 4" ( l0.l 6cm) wide-mouth
5 9 t 3 0 Aluminumpipe - 4" x 24" ( 10.l5cm x 50.95cm)
5 9 r 3 1 A l u m i n u me l b o w- 4 ' ' ( l 0 . l 5 c m )
5 9 t 3 3 Aluminumwindowplote - 12"x 18"(30.48cm 45.72cm)                      x
59134 A l u m i n u mw i n d o wp l o t e - 1 5 "x 2 0 " ( 3 8 . l O c m 5 0 . 8 0 c m )
                                                                               x
5 9 1 3 5 Vent duct ossembly 18"(45.72cm) 30" (75.20cm)
                                         -                        to                         long
5 9 r 4 3 F l e x i b l eo l u m i n u mv e n t k i t  - i n c l u d e s n e 4 " ( l 0 . l 6 c m ) v e n t h o o d ,t w o 4 " ( l 0 . l 5 c m )
                                                                       o
          clompsond one 4" ( 10.| 6cm)dio. x 8' (2.44m) lexiblevent duct       f
59144 Rectongulor              vent kit with roundodopter

2-11294 Screw - for exhoustduct kit
             - for exhoustdeflector kit
2-13323 Fostenerfor exhoustduct kit                                                                                                               -

3-3136 Exhoustdeflector kit for nonvented                   dryer
3-4353 F l e x i b l e o l u m i n u mv e n t d u c t - 4 " x 3 2 " ( l 0 . l 5 c m x 8 l . 2 8 c m ) l e n g t hs t r e t c h e st o 8 '
               (2.44m)
3-4530         C l o m pf o r f l e x i b l ed u c t
3-4652         Exhoustduct kit for side ond bottornvenfing
3 - rI 3 s 3   Docronlint bog
3-t2302        lnsulotion or exhoustduct kit
                             f
3-13272        Brocketfor exhousideflector
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     1 ControlPanelAssemblyComponents
     2 Front Paneland Door
     3 Tumblsrand Related Components
     4 Blower,Regulatingand Cool DownThermostats
     5 DriveMotorand ldler
     6 HeatingElement
     7 GasValve
     8 Gabinetand Top Cover



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                                                           oHMS(RESISTANCE
                                                           MEASUREMENTS)
                                                           When      checking     resistance certain unitis dis-
                                                                                               be          the
                                                           connected        fromits    powersupply.     Failure do so
                                                                                                                to
                                                           w i l l r e s u l ti n m e t e rd a m a g ew h e n performing
                                                                        For
                                                           checks. accurate              readings,  wiresshould dis-
                                                                                                                  be
                                                           connected        fromboth sidesof the component.

                                                           SET METER FOR USE AS FOLLOWS:
      C ,..,,*{r
                                                                      meter touching probes
                                                           1. Calibrate     by        test      together
                                                                                                      "0"
                                                                        adjusting untilmeterreads
                                                              and turning        dial
\-                                                            on greenscale.Recheck            whenever
                                                                                    calibaration
                                                              scale changed.
                                                                   is         (Replacebattery dialwillnot
                                                                                            if
                                                                         reading "0".)

                                                ll            bringmeter        to
                                                           2. Select scale
                                                                    the      mosteasilyreadandplace  test
                                                              probes respective
                                                                     on          terminals.Whenchecking
                                                              a switchthe reading wouldnormally either
                                                                                                be
                                                              openor closed. reading 70 on the R x 10
                                                                             A        of
                                                              scalewouldfor example 700 ohms resis-
                                                                                      be
     The Maytag appliance  test meter is most effective       tance.
     when used to detect open or closedcircuitsin an
               component.This method of testing is         Thefollowingchartshows               values
                                                                                       resistance
                                                                                 typical
     electrical
     often referredto as
                         "continuity
                                   testing" and is the
                                                                                   foundon Maytag
                                                           for someof the components              dry-
     easiestmeansof checking part.
                                a                          ers.

     A continuitycheckcan be safelymadeonly afterthe       HeatingElement                              10.23 hms
                                                                                                           o
     unit beingcheckedhas been disconnected     from its
     electricalsupplyand after you have removedwires       Gas Valve
     from the terminals the part beingtested.Follow-
                        of
     ing manualactivationof the part (if required)  and    Disconnect radiantsensor           wires.Mea-
                                                                                    and igniter
     after the meterhas beenset on an ohms scale,the       sureacross                      plugfromvalve
                                                                             wiresor igniter
                                                                       igniter
     probes of the test meter are placed on the respec-    to get a resistancevalueof 425-450ohms.
     tive terminals.Needlemovement the "O" end of
                                       to
     the scalewouldindicate continuity  throughthe part.         across
                                                           Measure          wiresto geta resistance
                                                                       sensor                     of
     No needlemovementwould indicateno continuity          450-475
                                                                 ohms.
     and a probableinoperative   part.

     In general,when checking for continuity,needle        DriveMotor
     deflectionindicates closedcircuitand no needle
                        a
     deflectionwould indicatean open circuit.              Redterminal Grayterminal
                                                                     to                                   1 . 5o h m s

                                                                                                          '
                                                                                                                 1-1
In order to measurethe individualwindingsthe red      accessory temperature   probe(Part No. 38562)
and gray wireswill haveto be pulledoff of the start   directly the lint filteropening.
                                                             in                        Cycling the
                                                                                             of
switch.                                               thermostats actually observed can the
                                                                 can          be         as
                                                      temperature the exhausted
                                                                 of               air.
Run windingonly                        2.25ohms
Start windingonly                        3 ohms       SET UP METER FOR USE AS
                                                      FOLLOWS:
Glow Bar lgniter
                                                      1. Turnselector knobto TEMP.
Because the make-up the igniter, resis-
         of             of          the
                                                      2. Insertblacknegative of temperature
                                                                               lead            probe
tancewill vary over a ratherwide range.Values            intosocket          -
                                                                     marked (black).
from180ohmsto 400ohmswould typical
                                be       with                                               probeinto
                                                      3. Insert positive of temperature
                                                              red          lead
an igniter roomtemperature.
         at                                              socketmarked   + (red).
               -                                      4. To calibrate meter,touchblackplug from red
Shut-Off
       Solenoid                 ControlModels
                       Electronic                        positive to black
                                                                 lead          negative andturncali-
                                                                                      lead
                                                         bration dialuntilneedle alignswithCAL.
50 ohms-     55 ohms                                  5. Probe  is readyto use - read blue scaleon
                                                         meterfacemarked     TEMP.
These resistances not meant be usedas the
                are          to
exact values determine
            to         whether component
                               a        is
goodor bad.Theyare provided that you may
                              so
havean ideaof the resistance you can seein
                           that
testingcomponents on Maytag dryers.

      CHECKS
VOLTAGE
For the most part thesecheckswillconsistof taking
readings the wall receptacle orderto determine
         at                   in
the availability voltage to the product.Voltage
               of
checks on individual components a productare
                                 of
not recommended to the possibility electrical
                   due               of
shock. Componentpart testing is best accom-
plishedthrough continuitychecks with a 38559
Maytag appliance   test meter.

NOTE: Use of the meter on voltage higher than
indicatedrange may cause permanentdamageto
the meter.To preventdamagefirst select highest
rangeand then lower for readingswhich fall within
the lower scale.

SETUP METERFORUSEAS
FOLLOWS:                                                                                           "normal"current
                                                      Eachcircuitin an appliance          has a
1. Turn selectorknobto desired meterfunctionand       draw which is an indication the performance
                                                                                           of                            of
   appropriate range.                                 that circuit.Currentdraw levelsless than or more
2. Plug black lead into socket marked- (black).       than normalgive cluesto malfunctions. clamp-         The
3. Plug red lead into socket marked+ (red).           o n a m m e t e r m e a s u r e st h e s e c u r r e n t sw i t h o u t
4. Placetest leadsinto receptacle orderto deter-
                                 in                   breaking circuitby measuring strength the
                                                               the                               the               of
   mine voltageavailable.                             magneticfield developedaround each conductor.
                                                      Currentis read by separating             the conductorsand
                                                      clamping jaws of the ammeter
                                                               the                                aroundeachcon-
TEMPERATURE  READINGS                                 ductor on which currentis to be read. Low amper-
RANGE(50'F. TO 300'F.)                                age readingsindicateproblemssuch as damaged
                                                      heatingelements,excess belt slippage,etc. High
       -
Dryer Air temperature   readings be takenat
                                can                   amperage   readings     indicate unit beingtestedis
                                                                                           the
the lintfilterby removing filterand placing
                        the               the         operating underan increased                             or
                                                                                             mechanical electri-


1-2
cal load.Worn parts or low voltagewill show up as                                     mannerdetermineswhetheror not it will run inde-
low amperagereadings.                                                                 pendently other electrical
                                                                                               of              components.

NOTE: Overloads a circuitbreakeror fuse can
                  on                                                                  Two test leads are requiredto check operationof
be tracedto the productbeingtested or the circuit                                     the drive motor. To check the motor for runnino.
breaker(or fuse)by checkingthe product'scurrent                                       hook uo test cord as shown.
draw. lf the amperagereadingis less than the
breakerreading, breakeror fuse box is at fault.
                the                                                                   Location terminals motor may vary from draw-
                                                                                              of       on
                                                                                      ing.
U SE O F A MME T E RON D R Y E R
                                                                                             HEATCONTACTS
                                                                                      CHECKING
There twocurrents concern usin anelec-
    are        of       to                                                            MOTORCENTRIFUGAL
                                                                                                    SWITCH
tric dryer;the heatingelementcurrentand the drive
motor current.Thesecurrentscan be measured     by                                     1. Disconnect dryer power source.
         "splitline                                                                   2. Gainaccessto motor and removeblueand black
useof a            cord"extension the dryercord
                                 for
or by attachingthe ammeter to the respective                                             leads from motor switch.
powerlinewiresat the dryerterminal   block.Current                                    3. Use either of the followingtest methods using
measuredshould be 21 amps on the heatingele-                                             appropriate caution.
ment side of the line,24 amps on the drive motor                                      A. Live test - use caution
side of the lineand 4 amps on the centeror neutral                                       1. Usinga2-1110wiringcoupler,                    connectblue
line.                                                                                        and blackwires removedfrom motor switch.
                                                                                             switch.
                                                                                         2. Reconnect         dryer to power and set for heat
                                                                                             cycre.
                                                                                         3. Startdryer,if heatis produced,               replace    motor
                                                                                             switch on motor. lf no heat, continueaddi-
                                                                                             tionalcircuitchecks.
                                                                                      B. ContinuityCheck
                                                                                         (lnsulatewires removedfrom motor switch.)
                                                                                         1. Usingclipadapters            supplied    with the Maytag
                                                                                             Appliance    Test Meter,attachmeterprobesto
                                                    -   d/d:__.\\                            the blue and blackmotor switchterminals.
                                                                             \           2. Arrangeprobe leads away from any moving
                                                                         it \ '-\            parts and set meter on RX1 range.
                                                                                         3 . Reconnectdryer to power source and start
                                                                    .)                       dryer, continuityon meter indicatesgood
                                                                                             switch. No continuity,replacemotor switch
                                                                                             or motor.
The motor test cord may be used to electrically                                          4 . Opendoor to stop dryer.When motor stops,
c h e c ko p e r a t i o n f t h e d r i v e m o t o r w h i l e s t i l l
                         o                                                                   m o t o r s w i t c h c o n t a c t sm u s t o p e n , i f n o t
installed the unit.Testing of the motor in this
           in                                                                                replaceswitch or motor.


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      NOT
Dryerwon't start or run.

All wires are hooked
up to their corresponding                Dryer is pluggedin.            Blown fuse or circuitbreaker.
terminals.



Doorswitch           Push-to-start
                               switch.-Timer.
                     Time and auto dry
                     models.



                                 Drivemotor.




Drivemotor runs -           drum won't turn.
Be|tofforbroken.-Motorpu||ey|ooseor9ff.-|d|ertensionspring.-|d|erpu||ey.




Dryerruns a few minutesand then stops -
Motor overloadprotectoropens.
Lint build-uparounddrive-Low        voltage             Blower impeler btocked.-Drive        motor.
motor.



                         -
Check cool down thermostat                  D712.
                                                                                                2-1
Dryerblows fuses or trips circuit breaker.
E L EC T R I C O D EL S
             M                                     GAS MODELS
The amperagereadingsare                            Duringignition dryerwill draw
                                                                  the
at 240 volts. One line will be 24                  7 amps.  With the burneron, the
amos and the other linewill be                     dryerwill draw 4.5 amPs.lf the
21 amos.The neutrallinewill be                     dryer is drawingthe above
at 4.5 amps. lf you have the                       amperageand the fuse blows,
above amperagereadings,      the                   the problemis not the dryer.
problemis not the dryer. Check                     Checkthe fuse box, circuit
the fuse box, circuitbreakeror                     @
housewiring.

Snortebheatinoelement.


Incorrectwiring or a wire shorting                 Drive motor.
to ground.




U1IIILDRY
  NOT
Dryerwon't heat (motorruns).
E L EC T R I C O D E L S
             M                                      GAS MODELS
                                                                 '
Blown fuse or trippedcircuit                        Gas available.
breaker.                                                 I
                                                         I
         I
         I                                           lgniter.
       I
Open heatingelement.
                                                    Radiant
                                                          sensor.
                                                         I
                                                         I
                                                    Gas valve.




Hi-limit
       thermostat.                                              Timer
         I
         thermostat.-Temperature selector
Regulating                              switch.
                                                                auto dry
                                                                and time                  switch
                                                                              Cycleselector
                                                                models.       D608,D808, D710.



Drive motor start switch


       Drying-
lmproper                       ClothesWrinkled-      Harsh-          Takingtoo long
Lint filteris clean.-Restriction in exhaust.-Exhaust hood door stuck.-Exhaust too long.--1
                                                                                             \y


2-2
Poormake-up -lnsorrect
          air.              drumspeed. -Blower                 impeller
                                                                      bound.-Be          sureelement
                    Adjustmotorpulley                                                 or gas valvecycles
                    or wrongmotorpulley.
                       wrono     oullev.                                              on and off.



Shortedheating                     Customer         dryer.
                                          overloading                    Check clothinglabels
element- electric                                                        for fabriccontent.
dryersonly.




WItt SI|UT
  NOT OFF
Time Dry Models
    motor- Timer
Timer


Auto Dry Models
Set timer for time dry. Check         When valve or elementcycles       Dryer cyclingon hi limit ther-
voltageacross timer motor. lf -off,     should have power to            mostat. Check following.
timer will not advance,replace        timermotor.lf not, proceed
timer.                                with nextcheck.


Lint filterclean.-Restriction in exhaust.-Exhaust hood door 5lv6t1.-fxhaust too long



Regulating
         thermostat.-Customer is overloading
                                           dryer.



W O N ' TS H U TO F F O N A I R F L U F F " - D 5 1 O
Dryer will shut off on air fluff
only when the timer is set to
Time Dry.


E L E C T R O N T C O N T R O LM O D E L S D 6 0 8 , D 7 1 0 , D 7 1 2 , D 8 0 8 , D 8 1 0

DRYER
    WON'TSHUTOFF."SOLENOID
                         NEVERENERGIZES.''
D608,D808

Be sure dryer heats,dries          Check for loose wires and be         Sensorcircuit.Disconnect   WH/
clothesand conditionrelatesto-sure     that all wires are con- -tllus         at sensorcoupler.Set
malfunction contro..
           of                      nected correct
                                         to         terminals.          dial to damp dry. lf dryer
                                                                        shuts off within 60 seconds,
                                                                        difficultyis causedfrom
                                                                        leakagein sensorcircuit.

                                                                                                         2-3
Shut-offsolenoid.Unplugdryer      Cycle selectorswitch. See         Edgeboard   connectorwith
and check for continuity    -Electrical    Sectionfor switch-cdpacitor.        Set dryer to regular
betweenthe two solenoidter-       tests.                            cycleand start unit.While
minals.                                                             dryer is operatingobserve
                                                                    neon bulb.lf neon bulb flickers,
                                              I
                                                                    replaceedgeboard   connector
                                  Electroniccontrol board.
                                                                    with caoacitor.


D710,D712,and D810 Dryers,PermanentPress and Regular.

Be sure dryer heats,dries          Electronic control board. Insert    Edgeboard  connectorwith
clothesand conditionrelatesto -    38204electronic  control test -capacitor.     Start dryer. While
malfunction control.
           of                      board. Start dryer. lf dryer       dryer is operatingobserve
                                   shuts off in approximately  10     neon lamp.lf neon bulb flick-
                                   seconds.reolaceelectronic          ers, replaceedgeboard   connec-
                                   control board.                     tor with capacitor.


           Disconnect
     Circuit.
Sensor                                             Unplugdryer
                                   Shut-offsolenoid.                  Start control switch.With drver
         wire at couplerand-and
White/Blue                             checkfor continuity            unplugged  and dial set on reg-
startdryeron regular setting.      betweenthe two solenoidter-        ular, depresspush-to-start  but-
lf dryershutsoff in 12 to 15       minals.                            ton. Checkfor continuity  on
minutes dry or 18 to 22
         on                                                           the start control switch
minutes 'more
         on       dry',diffi-                                         betweenterminalsWhite/Red
cultyis causedfromleakage     to                                      to Orangeon D7'10    dryers.On
ground sensor
        in       circuit.                                             D8'10  dryers,checkfor con-
                                   Drynesscontrol switch. Check for   tinuity betweenterminals
                                   continuitybetweendrynesscon-       White/Red Orange/Black
                                                                                 to                on
                                                       With normal
                                   trol switchterminals.              start control switch and on
                                   dry button depressed, you should   D712,betweenWhite/Red      31
                                   havecontinuity.                    and Yellow35. No continuity,
                                                                      reolacestart control switch.

DRYER WON'TSHUTOFF..S OL E N OID
                               ENERGIZES'- . D608,D710,D712,D808,
                                         '
D810.
(Exceptwhen permanentpress
with adjustablepress care is
selected modelsD712-D810)
        on

D608,D808                                            D710, D7'12,D810

Check to be sure selectorswitch                      Check to be sure start control
tab is not brokenoff. lf tab is                      switch tab is not broken.lf start
broken,replaceselectorswitch.                        control switch tab is broken,
After replacingselectorswitch,                       replacestart control switch. After
check for bent solenoidbracket.                      replacingstart control switch,
lf bracketis bent, bend bracket                      check for bent solenoidbracket.
slightlyupward.                                      Bend bracketup if bent.



Shut-offlinkage.Check for off -Bent      solenotdbracket.11  heat-cool_down       thermostat.
or broken shut-offsolenoid          stays on, check for bent sore-
linkage.                            noid bracket.

Selectoror start control
switch.Check switch per sche-
matic of dryer being serviced.

2-4
1I,|ISCETTANEOUS
Dryernoisy.
Thumping    Checkfor
       sound.                      Thumping sound.Rear drum        Thumpingsound.Checkdrum
loose drum baffle.                                          -for
                                          worn or misaligned.
                                   oller(s)                          rough


Ticking
      sound. Loosewirehit-   Tickingsound.Checkfor an              scraping
                                                                          sound.Frontor rear
tingcabinet othercompo--object
          or                       caughtin the blower.                    felt
                                                                   bulkhead sealout of oosi-
nenl.                                                              tion.


Scraping    Teflon
       sound.                      Poppingor squealing  sound.
bearingsmountedto the front -      Check for a sticky belt or
bulkheadare worn.                  frayed belt



Buzzerwill not buzz at end of cycle. (Auto dry Models)
Be sureall wiresare con-                      Buzzer               Motor centrifugal switch stick-
nected and wiredcorrectlyon                                        ing in run position.
the timer,buzzerand drive
motor.



Buzzerstays on too long or goes off too quickly.(Auto dry Models)
Lengthof time the buzzer
stays on is dependentupon
the time it takes the motor to
slow down, allowingthe motor
switch to reset.The normal
time increment between2
                is
and 3 seconds.



Buzzerwill not buzz duringPressCare Setting(D610-D612
                                                    Dryers).
With dial set on auto dry permanent           Buzzersignalon       Miswiredpress -Buzzer.
press and the press care "on" button                               careswitchor
depressed, buzzer soundat the
            the      will                                          timer.
end  of the normal minute
                 10         cool-down.
Afterthis,the dryerwill continue tum-
                               to
ble clothes coolair for 24 minutes.
            in
During 24 minutes, buzzer
        this           the       will
soundapproximately  every5 minutes for
threeto eightseconds. buzzer
                      lf       does
not sound,  proceed
                  on.




                                                                                               2-5
                                             press cool down
                          buzz duringpermanent
Buzzerwill not periodically
(D512)-             rime'

                               ControlDryers
           Pertaining Electronic
MISCELLANEOUS       to
Dryershuts off beforeclothesare dry.
Dryershould externally
           be                                            -Broken
                                        Sensorcircuitooen.                               strap.
grounded.

Loosewireconnections
                   or-Capacitor             & edgeboard
                                                      con-                       control
                                                                         Electronic    board.
incorrectwiring.                   nector assemblv.


Timer will not advanceduringpermanent
                                    press with AdjustablePress
Care(D712and D810).
Shut off solenoidmust ener--Check        for incorrect
                                                     wiringor-Timer            motor.
gize beforetimer will advance.    wire off.


Timer. Check for continuity       Start control switch. Check for
betweentimer terminalsblack-6enlinuity      betweenStart con-
and pink/black D810 and
              on                  trol switch terminalspink/black
on D712 betweenblackand           and red/black D810 and
                                                 on
yellow.                           D712.


Time wilf not advanceduringTime Dry (D7121
          for
Timer-check continuit              Timer motor.
betweenblack and pink.



        chime does not ring -
Repeating                                              PressCycle.
                                               Permanent
Dryermustproceed "cool-
               to                 Cycle selectorswitch with dial      Start control switch.Check for
down" beforerepeatingchime        set on Permanent   Press. -continuity            betweenterminals
will ring.Repeat
               chimeswitch        Check for continuitybetween         pink/blackand red/blackon
mustbe "on".                      pink to redlblackon D710 dry-       D 7 1 0d r y e r s . n D 7 1 2a n d
                                                                                         O
                                  ers cycle selectorswitch. On        D810 dryers,check between
                                  D608 and D808 check for con-        blue and white/brown the    on
                                  tinuityon switch betweengray        start control switch with the
                                  and blue.When makingthis            switch in the off position.
                                  check on D608 and D808 dry-
                                  ers, the selectorswitch should
                                  be in the off oosition.


Timer D810.Checkfor con-          lf problemis not found in
tinuitybetweenorangeand           above checks,replaceelec-
brown timerterminals.
                    On            tronic control board.
D712 checkfor continuity
betweenbrown and white/
brown.

2-6
Repeatingchime does not soundduring Permanent
                                            Presswith
AdjustablePressCare Setting(D712and D810dryers).
The chimewill sound during          Chime switch (D810)only. Be          Start controlswitch. After sole-
this settingevery 8 minutes         sure switch is on. With switch -noid     energizes  unplugdryer
untilthe last2-3 minutes.
                        Dur-        on, no continuitybetweenter-         and check for continuity
ingthe last2-3 minutes,the          minals.                              betweenpink to white/blue   and
chimewill soundevery30                                                   pink/black red/blackon start
                                                                                   to
seconds  untilcompletion the
                       of                                                control.
cycle.



Timer.
     WithPresscareselec-          lf problemis not locatedin
tion made,check for continuity-above     checks,replaceelec-
betweentimer terminals  white/    tronic control board.
blue to brown on both the
D712 and D810.On D712,
also check from black to yel-
low and on the D810 check
from black to oink-black.




Chimenot loud enough.
Checkto be surechimeactua-          Assumingeverything all
                                                         is
tor assemblyis not broken or -      right, the sound levelof the
loose.                              chime cannot be chanoed.




Clothesnot dry enough.
Be sure dryer is operatingeffi-     Without a load of clothesin         Temperature   and dryness
cientlyand controlsare work- -the       dryer and the normaldry- -switch.       On D608 and D808
ing properly.                       ness selected, the dryer will       dryers check for continuity
                                    shutoff in approximately  14        betweenGray 3 and Yellow 6
                                    minutes. Withextradryness           on temperature  and dryness
                                    selected, dryerwill shutoff
                                             the                        switch. On normaldryness
                                    in approximately minutes.
                                                     22           lf    there will be continuityand on
                                    the dryerdoesnot shutoff           extra drynessthere will not be
                                    according the timeslisted,
                                            to
                                    proceedon.



Dryness
      srlvitch the D710,
             on                   lf dryer is operatingas
D712 and D810 dryers.Check        intendedand customer prefers
for continuitybetweenthe two-619t[es      drier, advisecustomer
switchterminals. normal
                 On                 on aspects electronic
                                                of        con-
dry you will receive
                   continuity       trol dryersand how they dry
and an extradry you will not.       the clothes a certain
                                               to         dry-
                                    nesslevel.

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                                                                 DoorKnob                                              . 3-11
08Models                                       ...,3-1           DoorRemoval      ...                                  . 3- 11
1 0 a n d1 2 M o d e l s                   .........3-1          To Dissassemble .    Door                             . 3-11
                                                                  Door trike
                                                                         S                                      ..... 3-11
                                                                  D o o H i n g e s. . .
                                                                         r        ..                          . . . . . .3 - 1 1
Types f Controls
         o                               .........3-2                               .
                                                                  D o o r w i t c .h . . .
                                                                         S                                    . . . . . .3 - 1 1
  TimeControl
            r                                  .....3-2           DoorCatchAssembly                                   . 3-11
  Auto-Dry      Models                    ........3-2                     P      l
                                                                  F r o n t a n eS e a l                      ...... 3-1     1
  E l e c t ro nC o n troMo d e l s.
                  ic         l                 .....3- 4
  T r o u b l e s h o o. i n g
                         t                ........3-5
  Adjustable       Press   Care(D810-712). 3-5    ..             D r u m i g h.t
                                                                           L                              .......3-12
  Time ry D     (D712)                   .........3-5            Sensor                                      ..... 3-12
C o n t r oP a n eC o m p o n e n t s
            l        l                                           OuterHalfof OutputDuct .                      .... 3-12
           (
  T i m e r A l lE xce pD 6 0 8 8 0 8 ,7 10)...3- 6
                           t       ,                                          o
                                                                 G u i d efs r L i n tF i l t e r .            ....3-12
  T i m eM o t o r
            r                                ......3-6                    r     o
                                                                 I n n e H a l f f O u t p uD u c t.
                                                                                               t             ..... 3-13
  T e m p e ra tuS w i tch
                      re                      .....3- 6          T u m b l eF r o n t .
                                                                               r                               .... 3-13
  Control anelP                               .....3-6                        Fr
                                                                 Tum bler ontBear ing Pacl s ..... 13
                                                                                                   And                  3-
  Buzzer                                      .....3-7           T u m b l eF r o n S e a l
                                                                               r       t                   ...... 3-13
  B u z z eA d j u s t m e n t . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 - 7
              r                                                  Tumbler Belt and                                    . 3-13
                   le L
  Ad j u s ta b S l i d e e ve r .
                                 ....           . ...3- 7        Installing lt.Be                              .... 3-14
  P u s h - to -S ta rt i tch
                       Sw                       ....3- 7         C l o t h eL i f t e r .
                                                                              s                                .... 3-15
  A u t o - d rS w i t c h
                 y                       .........3-7                       r
                                                                 R o l l ea n dB e a r i nA s s e m b l.y . . . . . . . 3 - 1 5
                                                                                             g          .
            s
  P r e sC a r e w i t c. . . . .
                    S          h          ........3-7                         R
                                                                 Tumblerear elt eal.. F S                 .......3-15
  T i m e(rD 7 1 2 , 8 1.0 )                 ......3-8           Tumblerear.  R                                .... 3-15
  Se l e c toS w i tch
                r                                 ...3- 8
  St a r t / Co n trow ti ch
                      Sl                        ....3- 8
  E l e c t ro nC o n troB o a rd
                  ic         l             .......3- 9
  Edgeboard        Connector Capacitor...
                                 &                     3-9                           .
                                                                 T h e r m o s t a.t.s .                         .. 3-16
  Shutoffolenoid
              S                          .........3-9            Blower.                                      .....3-16
  C h i m e ctu a to r
             A                                    ...3- 9          S e af o rB l o w e r .
                                                                          l                                 .......3-16
  Chime                                     ......3-9              CoveforBlower
                                                                            r                                ...... 3-16
  D r y n e ss w i tch
               S                                  ...3- 9          Blowerlmpeller                                 . 3-17
  R e m i n d e rh i m e w i t c h
                 C       S                 .......3-9                         r
                                                                   B l o w eH o u s i n g                   ....... 3-17
  F l u o r e s c e n tm p
                    La                     .......3-9              Exhaust      DuctPipe                       .... 3- 17
  Chime witchS                                .....3-9

                                                                 MotorSwitch                                .....3-18
F r o n tP a n eR e mo va l
                l                             .... 3- 10         Motor ulley
                                                                       P                                  ......3-18
DoorSeal                                        .. 3-11                   P        y
                                                                  M o t o r u l l eA d j u s t m e n t . . . . . . . . 3.-.1 8
                                                                                                                       . .
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DriveMotorand Base                         . . . 3-19     C o i lR e p l a c e m e n t        .,.... 3-24
ldlerAssembly...                               .3-19    lgniter                               ...... 3-25
ldlerPulley                                    . 3-19     Round      lgniter                     ... 3-25
                                                          F l a tl g n i t e r                ...... 3-25
                                                          Radiant      Sensor                      . 3-25
                                                          HighLimit        Ther m ostat.....      .. 3- 25
HeatCone                                      3-20        GasValveRemoval                        ... 3-25
Heating    Element                            3-20        Orifice                               .... 3-26
H i - L i mTth e r m o s t a t . ... . .
           i                                  3-21        Heat one C                          ......3-26
InletDuct                                     3-21        I n l eD u c t
                                                                   t                         .......3-26
                                                          Manometer          Check             ..... 3- 26


  lgniter                                     3-22      Console                               .... 3-26
  Radiant Sensor                              3-22      Top Cover                               .. 3-26
  GasValve                                    3-22            Removal
                                                        Cabinet                                  . 3-26
  Function                                    3-23
  Operation                                   3-23
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((08''MODELS                                 3'10"and "12" MODELS
1. Remove screws holding control cover to    1. Remove
                                                     innerscrews.
   bracket.

              ' RemoveScrews-
                                                                                                    REMOVE
                                                                                                    ScREWS




2. Lttt controlcoverfrom dryer.
                                            2. Tip control panelassembly            forward.
                                               N O T E :W h e n r e i n s t a l l i n g ,n g a g et a b s o n
                                                                                      e
                                               backup   platein slotsof console.




                                                                                                        3-1
TYPES OF CONTROLS                                                   motor, tumbler continue rotate theair
                                                                           the      will       to     and
                                                                    willcontinue be pulled
                                                                                to        through tumbler
                                                                                                  the     cool-
Thereare three basictypes of controlsused to                        ing the loadbefore dryershutsoff.
                                                                                      the
determine operating of Maytag
        the         time               they
                                 dryers;                                                                    period depends     upon
                                                                    The length the cool-down
                                                                                   of
         Automatic
are Timer,        Control and Electronic
                                       Con-
                                                                    t h e c y c l es e l e c t i o nP e r m a n e nP r e s sh a s a n
                                                                                                    .              t
trol.                                                               extended     cool-down lower temperature the
                                                                                                 to        the                of
                                                                    garmets as to minimize
                                                                                so                        wrinkling  whichwould
TIMERCONTROL                                                        result fromthewarmgarments               coming restat the
                                                                                                                      to
                                                                    bottomof the tumbler.
M O D E L S E 9 1 ,D l 0 6 , D 1 0 7 ,D 3 0 8 ,D 1 1 0 ,D 2 1 0 ,
           D
& D212

                                timer which the
These models utilizean electrical
usersets to the numberof minutesrecommended   in
the operating instructionsor as experienceindi-
cales necessary.

The timer knob and dial are attachedto the timer
shaft.At the other end of the shaft is a cam which                                           (oot       \

controlsboth the drying time and the cool-down.

With the timer set at 20 minutesas shown in the                     When an air fluff selection made,only the circuit
                                                                                               is
                             throughthe timerto
drawingthe circuitis completed                                      to the drive motor and timer motor is made.
the drive motor and heatercircuit.

HEATER                                                              HEATER



                                                                                                    ' I Ftu*tl
                                                                                                        an



                                                                                                    6A
                                                                                                    \v

As thetimeradvances theoff position, switch
                  to               the
armdropsintostepone.Thisbreaks circuit
                                 the    to                          AUTODRYMODELS
theheater.
         Since circuit stillmade thedrive
              the     is          to
                                                                    MODELS D309,D408,D409,        D610,
                                                                                              D510,
                                                                                          D410,
                                                                              D512,& D612
                                                                    D312,O4'12,

                                                                    Theautodrymodels     operate theprinciple as
                                                                                                on           that
                                                                    long as the load beingdriedis damp,and rapid
                                                                                is
                                                                    evaporation taking    place, temperature the
                                                                                                the            of
                                                                    dryerand exhaust will remain
                                                                                       air           relatively
                                                                                                              low. lt
                                                                    alsofollows that as the loadgives moisture
                                                                                                     up          and
                                                                    the rateof evaporation  slowsdown,lessBTU'sor
                                                                    heatis usedin evaporation thetemperature
                                                                                               and                of
                                                                    the load and exhaustair increases.  With this in
                                                                    mind,let's lookat the circuitry.

3-2
 When the timer is set to a degreeof dryness,the                          temperature approximately
                                                                                     of           140'F the circuit
                                                                                                                  is
 circuitis completed the heatsourceand the drive
                    to                                                          to
                                                                          broken the heatsourceandat the sametimeis
 motor. The difference  betweenthis control and a                         completed the timermotor.
                                                                                   to
 standardtimer operateddryer is the fact that the
 timer motor is not initially the circuit.
                            in                                                                              POWER

To see how the controlworks,   let's assumethat the
load to be driedis a normalload with the garments
of somewhatuniformweight,the auto regularset-                                                                       CYCLING
ting is selectedand the dial set on the middlemark                                                                 THERMOSTAT
between"moredry" and "lessdry".
                                                                              TO TIMER
As indicated the timerschematic
              in                below,the maxi-                                MOTOR                              TO HEAT
mum timer controlleddrying time on an auto-dry
regularsettingis approximately minutesplus a
                              31
five minutecool-down.
                                                                                CYCLING THERMOSTAT
                      Sincewe set the dial to the
middlemark we haveset the timerat aboutthe mid                                HAS REACHETEMPERATURE
                                                                                         D
point or for approximately minutesof timeddry.
                         15                                                           (oPEN)
                           AUTO DRY                                      At this pointthe unheated is coolingthe load and
                                                                                                 air
                           REGULAR
                                                                         the timer motor is advancinq timer towardsthe
                                                                                                     the
                                                                         off position.

                                                                         As the temperature the tumbler,the items being
                                                                                               of
                                                                         dried and the exhaust air decrease,so does the
                                                                         temperature the thermostat.When the thermo-
                                                                                       of
                                                                         stat cools to a temperature approximately
                                                                                                       of              125'
                                                                         the thermostat   returnsto its normalpositionbreak-
                                                                         ing the circuitto the timermotor and againcomplet-
                                                                         ing the circuitto the heating  element gas valve.
                                                                                                               or
With the timer set in this position,the circuitsare                      NOTE: The temperatures    quotedare the operating
completedto the heat sourceand drive motor.                              temperatures the thermostat
                                                                                       of              and not the temper-
NOTE: The switch controllinothe timer motor is                           ature of the clothingor exhaustair. Becauseof its
open.                                                                    mass, the thermostatwill heat up and cool down
                                                                         slower than the air temperature.

                                                                         Becauseof the moisturecontentand the evapora-
                                                                         tion rate, the first temperaturerise and cyclingof
                                                                         the thermostatwill take a relatively long periodof
                                                                         time. By the same token,the moisturecontentand
                                                                         the evaporationrate taking place during the first
        TO TIMER                                                         heat off period makes it shorter than subsequent
                                                                         heat off periods.
       W I T H C Y C L IN G H E R MOS TAT
                           T
                                                                         Eachtime the thermostatcyclesthe heat periodis
              CA L L IN GF OR H E A T                                    shorter and the heat off (timer motor on) time is
                   (N OR MA L )                                          longer.

At the beginning the cyclethe load is damp, the
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