Electric dryer runs but doesn’t heat. Checked/replaced all the usual suspects. What’s left?

Your Name: bhoeff

Type of Appliance: Dryer

Brand: maytag

Model Number: pye2300ayw

Your Precious Words:
dryer runs but doesn’t heat. replaced thermal limit, hi limit, ohmed element o.k., check voltage L1 & L2 o.k., checked voltage on most large wires on timer o.k. timer clicks smooth. What’s next?

You’ve covered all the bases except one: the centrifugal switch in the dryer motor:

Dryer Motor Centrifugal Switch

The example shown is for a Whirlpool dryer but all dryer motors operate similarly. Some centrifugal switches are separately replaceable (like this one); some are not.

For an electric dryer no-heat complaint where you’ve checked everything else as you have and still not getting heat, that only leaves a bad centrifugal switch in the dryer motor. On most models, including yours, that means a new motor because the centrifugal switch is not separately replaceable.

Here’s the part link to your dryer motor with a 365-day return policy ==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Drive-Motor/W10410996/2024638?modelNumber=PYE2300AYW

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