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Miele Novotronic T 7634 not heating

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Potato_head, 10 Feb 2020.

  1. Potato_head

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    Hi.

    This stopped working today and I'm after some advice.

    Checked the thermostat and have continuity.

    Checked the NTC and the resistance decreases when the probe gets warm.

    Pulled the plug for the heater from the PCB on the front of the machine and have no resistance on one of the connections to the heater side of the thermostat but have resistance on the other, indicating that one of the heating elements has gone.

    Can anyone confirm that this is correct and the heater has gone / needs replacing?

    Thanks
    Mark
     
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    Disconnect the wires at the 2 terminals of the element & check for continuity between the terminals, if no resistance measured then it is faulty.
     
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  4. Harry Arcos

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    Hello,
    I have the same machine as Mark and it seems to be getting too hot. I would like to check the NTC and to save me a lot of time trying to find it, could anyone please let me know where it is? Thanks.
     
  5. Harry Arcos

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    For anyone else looking, it is easily found by taking the small plate off the back of the machine (5 Torx bolts). Seems to be OK reading around 125 ohms at room temp. and dropping to 50 ohms in hot water (not boiling).
     
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