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Defy tumble dryer dtd258.Selected 40mins,knob never rotated.Stopped it after 40mins.How does 10min cooling period work.Is this in add to the 40mins,would it have stopped on its own after 50mins.

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Is this an electric dryer? If so, the most common problem would be a burned-out heating element. There could also be a defective temperature sensor inside. This will need to be evaluated by a qualified appliance repair technician to find the exact cause.

Posted on Jan 18, 2008

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Hi irshaad,
If all the componants are good, you are loosing voltage somewhere. Check the voltage to the dryer. If you do not have 220 volts then you have a blown fuse or a kicked breaker in your fuse box. This would allow only 110 volts to get to the dryer and the dryer would run and not heat. If you have the correct voltage to the dryer check the connections on the terminal block and the wires to the block. Before going any further than that I would really rather have your model so I could guide you correctly. Good luck and I really hope this will FixYa.
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This does sound like the belt has broken. Is the Defy autodryer the one that made the sound and then stopped tumbling?

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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