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Re: Hot point wd64 dryer
U need to check the heater element and/or the stats on the top of the heater box located on the top of the drum for continuity, with a meter.
Disconnect from the supply, and remove wires from components to check for continuity.
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Most likely to be either that the capacitor is defective which starts the motor slowly at first and then picks up speed or the drive belt is worn, usually this happens when the drum has clothes in it otherwise it looks as if it is operating normally
Probably open circuit heater element, or thermostat/s
Remove top cover, and you will see the heater manifold on the top of the drum.
It is a long aluminium box.
The element and stats are located here..
You will need a meter to test the appropiate components for continuity.
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front load washing machine all in one are designed to use water supply also in drying cycle to condensed the hot air & move it out to outside , can you check the faucet if its open, so the moist unside the drum can out to the drain and the machine dry properly,if its ok & no water fill to drum may be your inlet water valve for the drying cycle has a problem.So that the time to call a technician to check it .
I just had a Miele tech fix this. There are several causes for this. One cause is a motor fault with the fan motor or a bad belt. Second issue is a blocked up condenser. Finally the issue is electronic and the electronic panel needs to be replaced. The electronic panel consists of small relays that can burn out.
My issue was the electronic panel.
To test a blocked up condenser, is to take the top panel off, and spin the fan motor (by hand). If you feel resistance, you have a clogged condenser which must be replaced (Always run 'Remove Fluff' cycle so this never happens after every dryer use).
To test the fan, take the connector off and 'carefully' connect to 220v to the fan motor (checking polarity). Only do this, after you reset the switch (found in the rectangle box in the middle of the Miele metalwork on top) and made sure the fan does not work automatically when a drying cycle is selected.
The most expensive repair is the eectronic module which costs £175 plus £99 Miele callout.