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Loud bang, smell of burning

Hoover Family HD7 Tumble Dryer - Loud bang, blown fuse, smell of burning

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    BRAND new dryer bangs really loud! Never been used. What could it be?

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Hello sir,

there must be a electric short circuit happened in ur machine, plz check all d wires, b4 replacig the blown fuse.

or else u must have connected ur machine to a wrong rated power terminal.

plz isolate ur body from the machine while fixiing this problem, n ensure that there is no leakage of current after u fix it.

thank u!!

if my solution is currect then plz vote me sir

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