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When drying, heater is not worrking. I suppose it is termostat. I have 2 questions: 1. how to clean condenser compartment 2. how to place thermostat in operating position again

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    mirko_bozovi Jan 16, 2013

    FIXED... I opened the top panel, and one of the thermostats was not operative. I reseted it and it was working fine after that. regarding the condenser compartment, I think there is no such tnihng on this machine, since the condensed water is going directly to the sink... So, I suppose the machine was just overloaded during the drying proces, so thermostat reacted by turning of the heater.

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