Whirlpool Tumble Dryer

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  1. daywalker1

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    Hi,
    My whirlpool 10kg vented dryer 3RAW2480EMQ1 keeps blowing the 6.3amp time delay fuse.


    Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  3. Old Salt

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    Isn't that one of those makes that catches fire? Chuck it out.
     
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    no it not the one that catches fire
     
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    Could not find that model anywhere?
     
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    Hi,
    That is the number on the door seal outside model number is 3R AWZ480E MQO

    Many thanks
     
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    Hi
    Sorry the 2 should have been Z

    my bad
     
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    3R AWZ480E without the MQO comes up as a Commercial Dryer on one of my spares websites.
     
  9. daywalker1

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    Hi,

    It is domestic large one 10kg
     
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    I thought it was an overheat fuse?
     
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    Hi,
    It is the time delay fuse in the black holder at the top of the dryer
     
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    From what I found on the web it’s 6.3 amp slow blow thermal fuse.
    Have you replaced it ?
     
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    Hi,

    Yes have replaced it blows straight away
     
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    Have you checked for fluff etc around machine especially of heater unit
     
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    Hi ,
    Yes everything it clear
     
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