Post originale di: kyancy ,
I know this is an old post, but wanted to add to this thread for others. I just had to fix my Maytag with same symptoms. I wasted a bunch of time removing panels and checking/replacing switches and fuses. Go straight to the main board. Took all of 5 minutes to remove and I could clearly see from the back of the board that it was toast and scored the metal behind it. Wasn’t cheap, but found locally for around $225 likely can find cheaper online if willing to wait. My Wife was not as I had already wasted 4+ days checking the other items.[br] [br] Again, check the main board first thing before wasting time dismantling several parts to get to the various thermistors/thermal fuse(s)/switches/etc..