go to http://www.appliancedesk.com/appliancedesk/service/CWD/EZ3600CEE_EZ3600C_EZ2500C_EZ1500/Service_Manual.pdf
on page 17-18 it shows you the impeller. it is tricky to reach (specifically getting to the screws holding it in) but once you get it out clean it thoroughly (even if it seems that there's not much build up of lint) and your dryer should start working again perfectly. i've had to clean mine once every 6mos or so. hope this helps.
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The 2 thermostats and the temperature sensor may have to be replaced. You may contact appliance desk technical support for proper troubleshooting and then order the parts required from them itself.
You can find their contact information on their website - www.appliancedesk.com
If you are still looking for a solution to this: it is always advisable to make sure that the machine has been installed as per the information stated in the owners manual. On the other hand before calling a repair person you may first want to call Equator customer service which is handled by Appliance Desk, you can get their contact information on www.appliancedesk.com and do the trouble shooting with their technical department first and if they advise for you to get a repair person then and then only go for one.
Just for your information, you can call Appliance Desk and speak to their technical support to understand the wiring diagram.
You can download the manuals from their website as well which www.appliancedesk.com
It's lint stuck in the dryer that drastically lowers the efficiency. From another site I found the solution:
1. UNPLUG UNIT 2, remove 4 screws top back edge of top panel and lift off panel. 3. blower will be toward the right rear of unit. To save a hassle later, take a sharp object and scrib an index mark across where the blower meets the plenum, it will help you line it up later. 4. there are four 7mm bolt-head screws holding the blower and blower motor onto the heater plenum. One of the screw is almost impossible to see, but there are 4. I used a "flex-shaft" socket to get them out. This can be a real PITA. 5. carefully lift blower motor out of plenum. You will probably need to shove the whole tub unit to the left to get clearence. IF YOU OPT TO DISCONNECT THE BLOWER WIRES MAKE A DIAGRAM OF WHERE THEY CONNECT!! 6. I usually use a thin knife to scrape each of the vanes on the blower. Then vac everything out and use your hand to check for smutz in the plenum. 7. THE FAN ONLY FITS ONE WAY ON THE PLENUM. be sure to test fit to see if all the holes line up. 8. When motor is back in place, spin the little cooling fan on top of motor to make sure it's not binding. I usually test the unit by plugging it in and starting dryer to make see it runs. 9. Put top of unit back in place.
I order mine online from appliancedesk.com. I have one ordered now. It is on backorder. When you install new, be sure to mark position of door inserts, just in case they separate and you have to figure out how to reposition them.