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 Posted: Sat Apr 9th, 2005 04:54 am
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I have a Maytag Dryer DG7500 that keeps running  even when the clothes are dry. I think it may be the Moisture Sensor but I cannot find it.  I took the dryer apart looking but to no avail.. :(

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Read this thread, same problem as yours. 



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Forgiviness please.. :(

The timer in the air fluff cycle continues to rotate.  It is only in the Automatic cycle that  it never moves. I can manually turn it to off and it works fine. I looked for a moisture sensor but I cannot find one.   The vent is completely clear

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Forgiveness for what?  None required.

Ok, with that additional piece of information you supplied, that points to a bad cycling thermostat.  There are several different types, not sure which your is.  But enter your brand and model number in the table at the bottom of this page.  You can pick the cycling thermostat you need based on the one you have installed-- they'll show you pictures of the various types.

Last edited on Sun Apr 10th, 2005 01:03 am by Samurai Appliance Repair Man



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