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No heat in tumble dryer

I have replaced the thermostat and heating element on my creda condenser tumble dryer but still not heat

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    i can't get condenser back into creda condenser dryer

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    I can't get condenser back into creda condenser dryer

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    can't get condenser to fit back into creda dryer

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Is this a gas dryer, if so check the thermal fuse, should be white plastic with 2 wire ports. These tend to bad first. Thanks Dave www.washermd.com

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