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    Default Wiring schematic for Maytag SDE515DAYW ?

    Model Number: SDE515DAYW
    Brand: Maytag
    Age: 6-10 years

    Hi, Does anyone have a Wiring schematic for Maytag - SDE515DAYW? (Series 12) I am in the process of going through
    the entire dryer and could really use a wiring diagram that I can print.

    Thank you.

    Dave

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    Hi,

    See attached.

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    Thank you very much for your expeditious reply Jeff! The information
    contained in the pdf file is excellent and will save me a ton of time.

    Thanks again.

    Dave

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    Your welcome!

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    The original problem was no heat. I have cleaned up entire area and especially the area below lint screen was packed with lint. I have tested all the thermostats and heating element and they all appear to be ok. Is it possible for the dryer to stop heating without blowing a fuse or thermostat? I want to make sure I have checked everything before putting it all back together.

    Thank you!

    Dave

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    Is it possible for the dryer to stop heating without blowing a fuse or thermostat?
    Sure.

    A copy:

    Q - My electric dryer runs but will not heat, what could stop my dryer from heating ?
    A- Things that could stop a electric dryer from heating:
    - house fuse or breaker ( needs 2! )... - heating element ... - burnt wire ... - thermostats ... thermal fuse ( not all models )... - motor heat switch ... - timer ... - selector switch ... - burnt power cord/plug ...

    Checked for power to the unit yet?

    220-240 volts AC from red to black, 110-120 volts AC from red or black to white.

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    Hi Jeff, I have been out of town. Back to work in the dryer this weekend. I will check the
    items you indicated in your last response. Thank you.

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    If you get a chance, let us know what you find/see.

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