Question about Bosch Axxis WTA 3510 Electric Dryer
Dryer runs however does not heat. Fuses backside are o.k. Circuit breaker on heating assembly not dripped. Heater assembly is o.k. Sensor on heater assembly has continuity. Both heating elements also have continuity. Sensor in front lid box is clean. Control board defective? Thank you for your help.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Filter lamp flashing
The condenser has two "channels" one for the moist hot air that are easy to clean and inspect. The other flow is perpendicular where cool air drawn from outside and passes through. These channels, viewed from the side can get blocked over time with dust/fluff. I blasted mine with a pressure washer and it was obvious from the change in light when looking through it that it was clogged before I blasted it.
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
SOURCE: bosch wtp5400 - not heating
I have had dryers do this in the past-- easy fix.. just a part that needs replacing. I had a family
member that is handy order and replace the part but you may need a tech unless you
know what to look for.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
with the dryer unplugged 220v is not fun
with a meter, and first disconnecting cables to each component and reconnecting them after the test is complete
check the continuity of the element, it may have burned out
check continuity of the thermostats on the heater housing and fan housing,
check the interior of the fan body for sox and lint
not a solution, yet
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
SOURCE: Bosch nexxt 500 series dryer
I had the same trouble after moving to a new house, I first thought I had a voltage problem. It turns out that the heating coil has a high temp re-setable switch in side the back - lower right side. the sencor has 2 screws, I took it out and cleaned off the lint and now have dryed 5 loads with 0 issues. looks like a flaw in design that would allow lint to get in the heating coils!!!!! I think I'm going to look for a new dryer before I burn down the house!!
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
the thermostats at the element have to be replaced, they burn out prematurely if the condensor unit is not cleaned on a regular basis.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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