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Zanussi zdc37200w dryer no heat

Dryer no heat.Element and stats test ok

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There is an ntc probe at the bottom of the machine attached to a hose , have you found this ? it may need replacing .

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SOURCE: Heating element Zanussi washing machine

remove the back, the element is at the bottom of the drum tis maybe a split cabinet, where the lid comes off the it splits down the middle like cracking an egg, loads of screws, hard to describe, also 2 at bottom at the side in the middle, behind 2 plastic lugs, when removed the back half of the cabinet comes away, not an easy job until you have seen it done if you really are stuck try and send me an e mail address and i will send you a drawing, then you will see its easy, i am an engineer of 20 years and done loads, its easy job to do once you know how to split the cabinet

Posted on Oct 07, 2007

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SOURCE: heating element off a dryer

check the element from end to end for continuity and check to ground from both ends for the same you should have cont. through the element but not to ground

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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SOURCE: kenmore stack unit dryer not heating

Dryers usually have 2 thermal sensors a low temperature sensor and a high temperature sensor. The parts are inexpensive and if one or both are bad, they will keep the dryer from heating.

The way to check them is to use an OHM meter to see if they are OPEN. If you are using a Digital ohm meter, the setting will most likely read OL for overload.

It is most likely the low temperature sensor, but could be either. Replace both. Again, they are inexpensive and easily replaced.

To access them, you have to get to the back of the dryer and remove the panel. UNPLUG POWER before taking the back panel off. You will see 2 small rount (quarter sized) pods attached by sheet metal screws to a vent stack. One at the top and one close to the bottom. The wires should have push on connectors.

Remove the wires and check each with an ohm meter to be sure.

That is your most likely culprit.

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You are definitely right. The heating element needs replacement. So, go ahead.

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SOURCE: Heating element

hi yes they are different the fc1200w element is 1600 watts (£31 part 150867200-1)the jetsystem zwf1658 1900 watts its always better to use the correct part.

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

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A defective heating element can make a dryer too hot. If the element partially shorts out, it can produce heat all the time, regardless of whether the dryer is calling for heat. Remove the heating element to inspect it. The coils should not be touching each other or anything else.

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