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We have a ultima cdt 80 dryer and it does not heat proprely it comes up with f-10 on screeen what can i do?

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Error code F10 indicates a faulty thermostat, or the common of the element is open circuit.
You need test the stats for continuity, also the element as well.
It is more likely to be the stats, you must, replace both and not just the one.
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Remove the lower left filter, and wash it through with running water to thoroughly clean it.

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