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Hotpoint tdc62p changed thermostats as blowing out cold air,

After changing both the thermostats the dryer worked again for one week, and is now back to blowing just cold air again!! Cannot afford to keep replacing the thermostats at £20 per time, any suggestions?

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  • woodies00 Dec 19, 2008

    Have checked all filters, air inlet and outlet. Have ordered two more thermostats from espares and will try again with these. If they only last a week then think we will have to buy a new dryer, as replacing the element is quite expensive but i don't think its thwe element which is causing the problems. Cheers

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Make sure that all filters are properly cleaned, and that the air inlet and outlet vents are clear. Make sure water container is empty.
The best way to clean the filter at the bottom is to run cold water through it, this will clear out all the lint.. Make sure you have the correct stats ( there are many for the hotpoint range) and that you have them in the correct position on the heater back plate.
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