Maytag dryer error code

Maytag dryer error code f01

Maytag dryer error code f01

This error code indicates a serious problem, which is not a DIY one at all. It means that the main relay control board is down and, most likely, needs to be replaced. It will take a bit of research, because you will need the full model number. It is printed on a sticker inside the door way. Finally, it will take about $200.

Maytag dryer error code maytag dryer f70

Maytag dryer error code maytag dryer f70

The manufacturer has set an optimal temperature level, and any deviation from it will result in the F70 error code flashing on your Maytag dryer’s display.

Overheating or coolingmay have the following causes:

  1. Lack of ventilation
  2. blocked tumbler air flow screen or lint screen
  3. Slow tumbler

NOTE

It should be noted that Factor 3 has proved typical of Whirlpool and Kenmore devices and attributable to electrical connections performed by installers. The tumbler will demonstrate low revolutions if you fail to use a ‘4prong’ NEMA 14-30R two-phase circuit outlet featuring separate neutral and ground posts, as directed by installation manuals. As a result, the dryer will stop working.

Most likely, once you correct the problem, the error code will disappear and the device will start operating again. However, it may reappear when you try to dry a large and very wet item. In this case, do the following:

  1. Clean the duct to improve air flow. In some cases this can be achieved by simply scraping ling off from the inside of the duct. Also, it is advisable to check the vent hose for bends and twists, because they can reflect heat. THE SHORTER IT IS, THE BETTER. This can be hard to achieve, but it is the best way to make the device’s work effective.
  2. To keep the inside of the hose and the air flow screen inside the tumbler free, do not use too many softener sheets.
  3. Always keep the lint screen is clean. If you fail to remove lint regularly, it will collect moist and increase humidity.
  4. Check electrical connections once again and launch a normal cycle with a moderate amount of stuff (towels, pillow cases, etc.) too reset the sensors.