Question about Zanussi TC7102W Electric Dryer
How to repair
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
I just recently tore my dryer apart for the same reason. It seems that my timer got stuck and the dryer was running for almost 20 hours straight and burned out the clip that holds the heating coil to the connector inside the dryer. If you unscrew the back plate from your dryer (please unplug it first), it'll be on the bottom right hand side as you're looking at the back. The heating unit should have 3 or 4 quick disconnect clips and a few small screws holding it to the venting tubes. Remove the clips from the heater unit and then remove the screws, look inside the heating unit at the coils and see if any of them cracked from excessive heat or broke for any reason.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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