Question about Hotpoint TDL15 Electric Dryer
The dryer display shows 2:20 completion time, then it reduces to 0:20 when it will stop, but the clothes are still wet.
I checked inside the heater elements are fine, the filters are clean, and I already tried to reset one of the thermostats with the pin.
There is no error code on the display, it just ends the program.
Do I need to change the thermostats? How much do they cost?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
poss fault your heater as 4 coils 2 maybe broken,unplug the machine take the back off and inspect the heater if they are broken it will be visible
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
Have you cleaned the exhaust ducting? The duct that runs from inside to outside. Try that first. Sounds like your exhaust line is blocked. Also with the filter out get a flash light and look down the venting if alot of lint vaccum out. NOTE: Unplug the unit, wheather gas or electric.....and if it is a gas shut off the gas to the dryer before moving just in case something gets loose while moving. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
SOURCE: Dryer shuts off prematurely
The E1 code is a replace control panel code and a good way to check a sensor is to open the door with a empty machine and at the top of the opening there is a switch. Press it and start the dryer, watch the indicator for the sensor then get a wet finger and hold it across the two silver bars in the dryer, if it senses then maybe it is a mixed load or how is the machine leveled? I will lower the machine toward the sensor for better contact because after 3-5 passes the machine will assume the clothes are dry. If the sensor doesnt read then there is a question with the two mov varistors attached to a pig tail before the sensor. Here is a link to see what they look like.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: dryer element not working
Sounds like it could be a faulty heater relay.The relay is located at the top behind the console panel.
It is a clear plastic box with the contacts inside it.
If you have tried everything else, then this what I would go for.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Check to see if the new parts fitted are o/k,
If they are, then your problem is probably a faulty control unit or possibly bad connection in the wiring.
If the new parts are faulty, then something else is causing them to fail.
Make sure all filters are clean and that all air vents are clear
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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