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Bosch wta3510us tumbling NOT heating. Reset button?

Is there a reset button? Where?
How to check the heating element?

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  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2009

    dryer is running but not heating.Is there a reset button?

  • SFDee Apr 06, 2009

    I have the same problem and the problem keeps repeating, so I have to keep re-moving the panel to push the red button down...is there a long term solution? Do I need to replace the thermostat and or the red button? Thanks.

  • Anonymous Apr 07, 2009

    The "red button" fix is a common problem and has been for two years. The sensor in the door is one problem. The other one is that there is a break in one of the heating element coils which was causing mine to trip multiple times towards the end.

  • barbarabr537 Oct 06, 2009

    the dryer seems to heat but cuts on and off

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    reset button for heat element

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Remove your back cover ,and then you see the heating element.On one side or on top there is a termostat(Small Black)there is a red button which you should press down until you hear a click.Start machine and element should work.You can start it for a little while but be careful.Put cover back after cleaning loose lint etc. Jan

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Welcome to FixYa.

Just to clarify your statement "dryer does not heat up I pushed both reset buttons..." are you referring to the hi limit cut out ( on the heater box ) and the emergency shut off switches ( next to the belt pulley ) you've reset already ?

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I'll assume you are unless you say otherwise since you've also stated the dryer will indeed tumble just not heat, correct ?

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If not, that is where I'd direct your attention going forward. With the aid of an ohm meter or a multi-meter, place a lead on each element terminal and you should have continuity.

If you're uncertain about how to go about this, send me an email at macmarkus@live.ca and I can attach a short .wmv file approximately 3.5MB ( there is no audio and it is directly from Bosch ) on "how to".


I'll watch for your reply. Good luck.

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