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No heat hotpoint ultima lodgic sensing condencer dryer TCM65,,everythings working accept no heat please can you avise wot to check and erplace meny thanks keith

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    Keith Knott Nov 16, 2008

    ive just been out a got a mulitimeater 2 check foe continuity {how}

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First thing to check are cutouts located above element. Should have continuity on both. take care element is fragile. Some models have a third located in the door space although this one is rarely prone to fault.

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