Question about Hotpoint NBXR463EBWW Electric Dryer
I have a hotpoint electric dryer.
SOURCE: hotpoint tumble dryer condenser
have you clean the whole dryer air duct?. try cleaning all the walls for lints and check the blower wheel. it could be filty with lint and decreases the airflow there by increasing the temperature too much to blow those limit fuses. you would not believe how much dirt and lint we collect on those ducts. check also the exhaust hose at the back, it could hinder the flow of air if its dirty. and too many turns. as much as possible, limit the turns of the hose.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
That' a very common symptom for a bad (open) heating element.
May or may not be DIY job to replace it. Would have to look at the manual.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Many times it is not a problem with the dryer itself. Just as in automotive and housing, when no one thing can be pinned down, look for the simplest and least expensive fix first. This would include a look at the wall plug and the power cable.. Ensure the power is off first, then unplug the unit from the wall. Check first the 220 power recepticle, then inspect the cable and all connections for signs of blackening or burnouts. Repair/replace all blackened or burned wires and cables as needed. Often times, even a dirty connection will not allow electricity to flow.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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