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Indesit Condesner Tumble Dryer

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by cpjvej2014, 27 Oct 2015.

  1. cpjvej2014

    cpjvej2014

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    Hi all,

    I have the above Tumble dryer... The model im not sure of at the moment but will check tonight.

    Recently, the element stopped working. I replaced the element with an Indesit one from one of the local shops that deal with Washer repairs etc.

    To replace element its remove the back plate at bottom of the drum, take out the 6 screws unplug it and put the new one in and repeat the process.

    It's been working for the past few months fine! But now however problems have appeared..... as soon as the drum spins and the element kicks in that very second its trips the Power - I believe it doesnt just kill the kitchen where the tumbler is located it trips the whole house.

    Any ideas ?

    Thanks in Advance
     
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    Heater is wet. Due to fluff blocking at the back of the condenser. Remove rear cover dry out heater with hair dryer. And clear the pump and remove the condenser and clear the wet fluff from the back.
     
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    cpjvej2014

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    OK ill try that. Thanks

    Ill report back later
     
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