Maytag MEDC300XW Maytag Centennial Electric Dryer with IntelliDry(R) Moisture Sensor


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Centennial Electric Dryer with IntelliDry(R) Moisture Sensor


Product Title: Maytag MEDC300XW Maytag Centennial Electric Dryer with IntelliDry(R) Moisture Sensor

Manufacturer: Maytag

Lowest Price: $409.49 from Sears Outlet

Power Score: 4.3 | 92 Reviews

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Love this new dryer!

Quiet, so many drying options. Energy saving cycle doesn't dry completely so need to add extra minutes (only negative so far)

By kaye on Home Depot - Jun 12, 2013

Too early to tell how good this product is.

New products generally work well right out of the box. It's not until you've had them for a while that you know whether they were made well or not, and whether they have the features you need. My previous Maytag electric dryer lasted 30 years, with two major repairs that I did myself -- a new drive belt, and a new heating element. Then, when one of the thermostats broke recently, I knew it was...
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By DryerCustomer on Home Depot - Jun 11, 2013

Good price, works well

Purchased for my daughter and she seems to be very happy with the short amount of time it takes to dry her clothes.

By Kansasgal on Home Depot - May 28, 2013


I have had this dryer for 6 months and I am ready to buy a new one because of the many times that clothes and towels come out damp! The timed cycle does not dry anything but light loads. The energy efficient cycle still leaves towels and bathrobes damp! You cannot put anything heavy in this big dryer like a comforter or blanket and expect it to dry in one cycle! My old dryer dried everything in...
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By Carol on Home Depot - May 24, 2013

Mostly good

Dries well in the timed mode but takes some getting used to when using the automatic sensor mode. If the load is a mix of heavy and thinner items the drier will stop with the heavier items still damp. To solve this you must sort not only by fabric such as cotton or polyester, but also how heavy it is. This results in more loads defeating the energy savings advantage...or... you just use the...
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By kdandres on Home Depot - May 14, 2013

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