Question about Bosch Nexxt WTMC 3300 Electric Dryer
This dryer is about 8 years old. The Start Light has started blinking and will not start. I removed the drum, and cleaned out the filter and air chamber. I checked the thermal cutoff on the heater. That is fine. My question is am I supposed to have a reading of some kind on the thermistor near the heater? I also did not get a reading on the door switch, so I jumped it out at the control, and still have blinker, no start. I'm lost as to what to check now, unless the control is bad. Any one have any ideas on something I missed to determine where this problem lies..? Thanks Bob H
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
call bosch. they are having problems with one of the sensor in that dryer. they try to fix it but in my experiance they end up having to swap out the dryer
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
have you checked the vent line it could be stopped up if the line is bent same affect as the lint filter being full
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
SOURCE: Bosch nexxt 500 series dryer
I have a Siemens dryer and few days ago it stopped heating, but the drum rotates. The problem was because of a safety reset button that went off. On the Siemens (WT dryer series), it is a red button behind the dryer.
Press the red button and it will restart. I might have started a fire, if not for this safety switch.
A similar reset button must have tripped on the Bosch dryer.
FYI: Remember Bosch and Siemens share their technology.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
SOURCE: Bosch WTL5400 Condensation Dryer
We continuously had a similar problem with signals forever coming on after just a few dryer loads. The problem was corrected when we took the back off of the dryer and cleaned the recirculating fan and removed a rubber glove that somehow came through the system and blocked the air flow at the heating element. Low air flow is the same as plugged filter and apparently the computer in our German-made Bosch dryer simply says that. We cleaned the area well, removed all traces of the glove and restored the dryer to operation. We have not had the filter problem since. We routinely clean the heater area at the back of the dryer to maintain our sanity. And we now dry our clothes. Bosch never responded to my query.
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
Have you taken the condenser itself out from the bottom of the machine? Remove the condenser from the bottom door and rotate the clamp tags which secure it in. Slide condenser out (aluminium mutli-finned box assembly) and carefully take it outside. Use a garden hose with lots of water pressure to spray each vent passage carefully to clear lint and dust away. Passages must be cleared in both directions, long ways and cross ways. Cross ways is the problem area and once you finish clearing the air ways you should see daylight through the condenser easily. Reassemble and always clear lint filter in the door /drum area.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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