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If you have a Tumble Dryer that is not heating up but the drum is turning ok, then the chances are the thermal overload cutout has tripped. Bosch dryers have a reset button but you will have to remove the heater cover panel to access it, you will find it just above the heating element (a black stat with small red button) simply press the red button and if it clicks you've fixed it.
It also may be:
If the dryer doesn't heat, but the drum turns, check the thermal fuse(s). The thermal fuse protects the dryer from overheating and helps to prevent fires. If the thermal fuse is blown, it will have to be replaced
The machine only heats when it takes the detergent, all three rinses are cold only and this time of year the load will be very cold when it comes out. If the machine is not taking extra time (like a hour or two) longer to run a cycle, then there is no problem. If you want to check the heater is functioning, try this 1 Put the dial to off 2 press and hole the start button whilst turning the dial one click to left (easycare 30) 3 release start and either two of the progression lights are lit or if it has a diplay should show 8.88 or 0.00 4 turn dial to 90 cotton, take the the long way round ie not thro the off or you will have to start again 5 press start 6 drum will fill and the heater will come on, wait a few minutes and if the heater is working ok you will hear a noise like a kettle boiling. The drum does not turn during the test to allow you to hear this without the movement of the drum obscuring the sound. If it sounds ok, cool. put dial to off, wait a second then select drain to get rid of the water in the drum All the best
The Bosch Company is probably known best for its high-end dishwashers,
but the company also produces other home appliances including
refrigerators, stoves, washers and dryers. Bosch dryers carry the Energy
Star rating. A Bosch dryer has a structured drum that provides more
thorough drying and condensation drying for faster cycle completion. If
mechanical problems occur with the dryer and troubleshooting efforts
fail, performing a reset may return the dryer to normal functioning. Instructions
1Unplug the Bosch dryer from the power supply and then reconnect to the power supply. 2Replace the local fuse or reset the circuit breaker if a fuse or circuit breaker has tripped. 3Place items to be dried into the dryer and select a program. Close the door firmly. 4Press "Start/Pause." 5Press "Stop/Cancel" if the above steps do not resolve the problem. 6Pull the dryer out from the wall and use a standard screwdriver to remove the central metal plate on the back of the dryer. 7Locate the small red reset button above the heating element and press and hold the button for a few seconds. Release the button. 8Place the back access panel back on the driver and move the dryer back against the wall. Repeat steps 3 and 4. If the problem continues, press "Stop/Cancel," turn off power to the dryer and contact an authorized service technician for assistance.
Make sure that both poles of your circuit are live - An electric dryer uses 220 volts to the heating element, but taps into only one pole (110 volt) for the motor that spins the drum. Check your circuit breaker to make sure that neither pole has tripped.
Unplug the dryer first. Then remove the back cover on the dryer. You will find the red reset button underneath the dryer drum. If the button has been tripped, you will feel and hear it click when you press it in. I would suggest that you vacuum out any dust or lint that has collected inside the unit before replacing the cover.
Remove your back cover ,and then you see the heating element.On one side or on top there is a termostat(Small Black)there is a red button which you should press down until you hear a click.Start machine and element should work.You can start it for a little while but be careful.Put cover back after cleaning loose lint etc. Jan
I just had the same problem, motor runs but no heat. I had a fun time figuring out how take the front panel off, hint the rubber seal comes off easily. It looks like mine tripped the resettable over heat sensor. So far so good.