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Tumble dryer I have a problem with my Hoover condenser dryer, it has been working efficiently for over 5 years but has now doesnt work properly. When i press the on button, a buzzer sounds and then when i release the button it stops. If i hold the button down for a long time then the alarm starts and the machine works as normal! can any one suggest any helpful advise? My husband and i have cleaned it thoroughly and it stills causes problems.

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    when i press the button to start a buzzer sounds

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I've had the same problem and bought a relay, as suggested. It cost me under £20 and took me minutes to fix. Saved me hundreds on a new tumble dryer. And whats amazing, is that I'm a housewife with no tech knowledge. So Thanks.

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Take the top off. there should be a small relay board to the right just behind the fascia. the fault probably lies in that board - relay not holding in

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