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Hotpoint aquarius tdc32p not heating up replaced old heating element but still not heating

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I had the same problem which turned out to be the thermostat.
You can fix it at home easily with only a screwdriver.

UNPLUG FIRST!

  1. Remove the strengthening bar on the back
  2. Remove the small cover in the centre of the rear
  3. Remove the funny shaped cover from the rear (NOT THE WHOLE BACK PLATE) This will give access to the heating element and the 2 thermostats above it.
  4. Take off the thermostat with a green dot on and look at the bottom metal plate. If it's concave, bang it on the floor until it pops back out. (Seriously)
  5. Re-fit the parts in reverse order and you done!

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

  • marting095 Nov 28, 2010

    Fantastic info !! Really worked, I had worked out the thermostat was open circuit and had come inline to order the part. This saved me time and money. Cheers !! Had to bang it pretty hard but it popped out after a while !!

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