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I opened the top of my washer dryer its a hoover sensordry 9+6 The is a very small plug on the manifold with two small red wires in it near the end of the manifold where it attaches to the rubber seal at the front of the machine, What is this plug for?

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Its called an NTC it measures the temperature of the drying air going into to the drum

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

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    richard steabler Oct 18, 2013

    Thanks for that, any idea where i can buy a new plug for the ntc as both cables broke free?

  • Lloyd Oct 18, 2013

    Hoover did a modified ntc and cable as they had quite a few them break, ive not seen one for a while but if i remember correctly its but very fiddly to take the top of the plug off and refit the wires, have you got the model numberk

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Hi, I'm not familiar with your particular model, but there is most likely a very similar type of clamp holding the back end of the seal to the static part of the drum. It is most unlikely that you will need to take off the front cover as on most machines only the back and top are removable. You might need to unfold the rubber to get to see the wire which is holding it on. If it is the type of clamp with a screw-tightening device, it might be rusted up and a new one might be called for.

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When you get to the stage of putting the new seal on, try lubricating it with a bit of washing up liquid or soap to allow it to slip properly onto the casing and rum, and try to avoid tightening up with a twist in it - the soap should help. Remember to put the new one on in the reverse order to the way you got the old one off.
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