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Dryer CDT00 not getting any heat.

I have cleaned the filters on the machine + condensor, i have also cleaned the back of the machine. The drum is turning but im not getting any hot air into the machine, hope you can help.

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Dan.

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    I have a Hotpoint Aquarius CDT00 tumble drier. Everything works except the drier is not heating up. I had a quick look inside but can't see anything obvious. I don't have meters or testing equipment. Help?

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    I have a Hotpoint CTD00 tumble drier which isn't heating up. Everything else is OK. I read about 'trip switch' but can't see anything obvious. Any help?

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Suggest you check the heater and thermostat(s), to be found at the rear of the m/c behind a removable panel., you will need a meter to do this.
If o/k then problem could be faulty control or relay if it has one..
To be found at the top front.

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