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I HAVE A CREDA WASHING MACHINE WMA30 IT DOES

I HAVE A CREDA WASHING MACHINE WMA30 IT DOES NOT HEAT WATER
I CHECKED OUT HEATER CONNECTION AND RESISTANCE OF HEATER IS FINE
I NEED THE SERVICE MANUAL THANK YOU

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There is a thermistor in between the heater terminals .. unplug the block from it and check to see that the thermister has not gone open circuit

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