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Indesit WD12 - drying cycle not hot

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by jackjack04, 18 Jun 2010.

  1. jackjack04

    jackjack04

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    Hi chaps!

    Just a quick one.

    Yesterday the main circuit fuse tripped, now the clothes don't come out dry at the end of the srying cycle. The washer dryer complete the drying cycle, but the clothes are not hot and are still very damp.

    I've checked the waste pump and thats fine, so i assume its something to do with the part that blows the hot air into the WD or the part that produces the hot air, that has maybe blown (due to the fuse tripping).

    Can anyone point me in the right direction please? Am I thinking along the right lines and if so where are these parts?

    Cheers for your help!

    Jack
     
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    Dryer element blown. Remove the lid and the heater is in the heater box. Check with a circuit tester or meter first ,it looks like a long coil in the heater box.
     
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