Question about Smeg WDF16BAX Front Load Washer / Dryer
When I choose a cycle on the dryer, the timer starts for example at 50 minutes, but after 40 minutes the timer jumps to 13 minutes. Effectively the dryer would only have run for 23 minutes and not the full 50 minute cycle. It does not matter which cycle I choose, after a couple of minutes the timer jumps to a shorter time and stops after that time has passed. Consequently the clothes aren't dry after the cycle has finished.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Take the top cover off and click the little red button on the thermostat/overload (small black box). Then try again. Sometimes these trip out as a safety precaution.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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