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Zanussi ZJD 125 on a timer switch

I have a timer (Time Guard - TS800) which is rated 13amp resitive (3kW). I want to use it to control when the washing machine switches on (during an off-peak electricity supply period). Not sure how much the Zanussi draws but it comes fitted with a 13 amp fuse plug.

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I have zanussi washer-dryer ZJD 125. Now my dryer does not work. It runs for about 2/3 minutes and then stops.

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No prob, the washer never draws the full 3kw at any one time.
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