Question about Dryers
Hotpoint CDT00, checked heater elements they seem fine, but takes ages to dry, when cleaing filter and housing, dust etc in the housing seems damp. It would seem to me that it is not condensing and therefore recycling the moist air hence the time being taken.
If this is the case how can I prove it?
How do you get at the condensing element to change it?
Check all seals are clear and free from dirt, also there will be a heat exchanger (usually located above the sump) this must be clean and free from dirt this does all the work so if the area is not clean it will take longer to dry.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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