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TDC 30 tumble dryer

Where is the heating element on the TDC30? The t/stats are at the back but I may as well replace the element at the same time.

Any help? My dryer is working but its not heating up. I have cleaned all the filters. Whats the problem?

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Your going to want to remove the back of your dryer. There should be a heating element housing back there. You may be able to see it by taking the top off to. It might not be your element that is causing the problem with your drying. You may have a bad thermal fuse. When you find the element turn on the dryer and as it runs watch the element. If it turns on and then off after just a few seconds then you have a problem with the thermal fuse. If it doesn't come on at all chances are the element needs to be replaced. Let me know if you have any other questions and good luck. Also, let me know if this was helpful to you please.

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To test the heating element you need to access it by taking apart the back panel, and test it for continuity using a multimeter.

There are also a couple of fuses/circuit breakers that you should test.

Entering the model number here you get the exploded view, and replacement parts.

Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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