Creda T620CW Condenser Tumble, heating problem

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  1. planenut

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    Hi All, I acquired this unit as the owner was dumping it due to it not drying the clothes. Yes, all of it was stuffed with lint and debris, so cleared all the filters and door ducting, then, using a net curtain wire, totally cleared the condenser unit. At that point both elements worked. Still, though, the condensed water did not accumulate in the lower tank.
    I found that the tray at the back was also crammed with lint and debris, then took out and cleaned the rear float chamber, clearing the valves.
    Got the machine all back together and it runs, but realized there was no heat.
    All three thermostats and the two elements are good.
    So the question is what next? all wires seem to be good.
     
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    there may be an overheat cutout. Often at the back behind the panel.
     
  4. planenut

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    Thanks, I haven't seen one, but I'll have another look, in daylight.
     
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