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Hi, I ahve a creda tumble dryer T60CW which has sunddenly stopped getting hot. Is this a problem I can fix or do I just by another

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  • richardvic Jan 14, 2009

    Sorry its T630cw but no letters

  • Barry Coates
    Barry Coates May 11, 2010

    Hi.

    Can you confirm the mod number, as I do not recognize it?.

    After the T there is usually another letter preceding the number

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It is more than likely going to be one of 2 things, the stats and /or the heater element need replacing.
You will find these located behind a removable panel at the rear of the dryer.
You need a meter to test them for continuity, it is more likely to be the stats as opposed to the heater element.Disconnect 1 wire from each stat to test them.
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