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Drying function not working properly

The drying function on our machine isn't working properly. The programme will start however the air is cold rather than hot. It has flashed E70 up on the screen, however this code is not featured in our user guide. Any ideas what the problem could be?

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If you can feel air blowing then it is not the fan, the only other things that are there are the thermostats(2) and element

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