Question about Fisher and Paykel DEGX1 Electric Dryer
If you have the same I do then it's the circuit breaker on the heating element. You have to take the front of the dryer off: Two screws on the top under the caps. Then lift the top alittle and you'll see the two screws on the front top sheet metal. The front then can be removed by pulling each side out and forward. The orange button is all the way at the bottom. Push and you'll hear it click.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
I have the same problem. Again! I have cleaned the filter, replaced the filter, made sure the duct is clear. The unit has been vacuumed so many times that it is now cleaner than when new! I have installed the dryer heater kit to attempt to fix a very substandard design. Still back to the same problem of constant tripping of the breaker. Calls to Fisher & Paykel have be useless. They have offered not explanation nor help. Needless to say this was our first and last Fisher & Paykel product.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
Solution #1 above solved my problem. 5 minutes later, the dryer was running hot and the clothes were drying. Big thanks to mike_8599. You rock! Guys like you make the internet great. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Your heating element is burnt out it should be behind the dryer basket its either that or the thermostat on it not sensing right
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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