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Hi,
 
Does the fuse keep blowing? Which fuse are you referring to? The fuse located in the household power box or the fuse that is in the dryer (aka Hi Limit thermostat and thermal cutoff)?
 
If it is the Hi Limit thermostat in the dryer that is operating check that the [https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/66r7o8k6xh-003048/maytag-med3500fw0-dryer-parts|dryer thermistor - part #42 Bulkhead parts] is OK (aka the Internal Bias thermostat). The Hi Limit thermostat is only doing its’ job as it is a safety device in case this temperature thermostat isn’t working correctly.
 
The thermistor resistance decreases as the dryer temperature increases. Once the resistance is at the set value as determined by the temperature selected, the control panel will shut off the heat. As the temperature decreases and the resistance will now increase, that will allow the control panel to turn on the heat again to maintain an even temperature for drying.
 
If the thermistor is faulty and it doesn’t signal the control panel to turn off the heat when the temperature has been reached then the temperature will continue to rise until the safety Hi Limit thermostat operates to prevent a fire from happening etc.
If the thermistor is faulty and it doesn’t signal the control panel to turn off the heat when the temperature has been reached then the temperature will continue to rise until the safety Hi Limit thermostat operates to prevent a fire from happening etc.

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
Does the fuse keep blowing? Which fuse are you referring to? The fuse located in the household power box or the fuse that is in the dryer (aka Hi Limit thermostat and thermal cutoff)?
 
If it is the Hi Limit thermostat in the dryer that is operating check that the [https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/66r7o8k6xh-003048/maytag-med3500fw0-dryer-parts|dryer thermistor - part #42 Bulkhead parts] is OK (aka the Internal Bias thermostat). The Hi Limit thermostat is only doing its’ job as it is a safety device in case this temperature thermostat isn’t working correctly.
 
Here’s a description of what it does:The thermistor resistance decreases as the dryer temperature increases. Once the resistance is at the set value as determined by the temperature selected, the control panel will shut off the heat. As the temperature decreases and the resistance will now increase, that will allow the control panel to turn on the heat again to maintain an even temperature for drying.
Here’s a description of what it does:The thermistor resistance decreases as the dryer temperature increases. Once the resistance is at the set value as determined by the temperature selected, the control panel will shut off the heat. As the temperature decreases and the resistance will now increase, that will allow the control panel to turn on the heat again to maintain an even temperature for drying.
 
The thermistor resistance decreases asIf the dryer temperature increases. ''Once the resistancethermistor is at the maximum,faulty and it doesn’t signal the control panel will shutto turn off the heat.'' Onceheat when the temperature decreases andhas been reached then the resistance increases, thattemperature will allow the control panelcontinue to turn onrise until the heatsafety thermostat operates to begin another heat cycle, keeping the temperature inside the dryer relatively constant for effective dryingprevent a fire from happening etc.
The thermistor resistance decreases asIf the dryer temperature increases. ''Once the resistancethermistor is at the maximum,faulty and it doesn’t signal the control panel will shutto turn off the heat.'' Onceheat when the temperature decreases andhas been reached then the resistance increases, thattemperature will allow the control panelcontinue to turn onrise until the heatsafety thermostat operates to begin another heat cycle, keeping the temperature inside the dryer relatively constant for effective dryingprevent a fire from happening etc.

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Modifié par : jayeff ,

Texte:

Hi,
 
Does the fuse keep blowing? Which fuse are you referring to? The fuse located in the household power box or the fuse that is in the dryer (aka Hi Limit thermostat and thermal cutoff)?
 
If it is the Hi Limit thermostat in the dryer that is operating check that the [https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/66r7o8k6xh-003048/maytag-med3500fw0-dryer-parts|dryer[https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/66r7o8k6xh-003048/maytag-med3500fw0-dryer-parts|dryer thermistor - part #42 BulheadBulkhead parts] is OK (aka the Internal Bias thermostat). The Hi Limit thermostat is only doing its’ job as it is a safety device in case this temperature thermostat isn’t working correctly.
If it is the Hi Limit thermostat in the dryer that is operating check that the [https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/66r7o8k6xh-003048/maytag-med3500fw0-dryer-parts|dryer[https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/66r7o8k6xh-003048/maytag-med3500fw0-dryer-parts|dryer thermistor - part #42 BulheadBulkhead parts] is OK (aka the Internal Bias thermostat). The Hi Limit thermostat is only doing its’ job as it is a safety device in case this temperature thermostat isn’t working correctly.
 
Here’s a description of what it does:
 
The thermistor resistance decreases as the dryer temperature increases. ''Once the resistance is at the maximum, the control panel will shut off the heat.'' Once the temperature decreases and the resistance increases, that will allow the control panel to turn on the heat to begin another heat cycle, keeping the temperature inside the dryer relatively constant for effective drying.

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Contribution d'origine par : jayeff ,

Texte:

Hi,

Does the fuse keep blowing? Which fuse are you referring to? The fuse located in the household power box or the fuse  that is in the dryer (aka Hi Limit thermostat and thermal cutoff)?

If it is the Hi Limit thermostat in the dryer that is operating check that the  [https://www.searspartsdirect.com/model/66r7o8k6xh-003048/maytag-med3500fw0-dryer-parts|dryer thermistor - part #42 Bulhead parts] is OK (aka the Internal Bias thermostat). The Hi Limit thermostat is only doing its’ job as it is a safety device in case this temperature thermostat isn’t working correctly.

Here’s a description of what it does:

The thermistor resistance decreases as the dryer temperature increases. ''Once the resistance is at the maximum, the control panel will shut off the heat.'' Once the temperature decreases and the resistance increases, that will allow the control panel to turn on the heat to begin another heat cycle, keeping the temperature inside the dryer relatively constant for effective drying.

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