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Changing heating element.

Is it difficult to change a heating element on a ZDT-6252. One of my customers has been let down by local agent and have asked me (electrician) to see if i can fix it.

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You normally access the element from the side , Be careful of sharp edges . meter it before you start spending money it could be a timer fault also !

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Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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