Question about Hotpoint TDC32 Electric Dryer
The empty water light on my TDC32 dryer wont go off even when it is empty please can you help
The black wire that was moving water from down condenser to up - water container - remove it. Use cotton swabs to "clean" the holes, do a run of the dryer without that black wire connected ( carefull, cause some wated might spill at this point), reattach black wire, and enjoy :)
It worked for me anyway. ( fingers crossed, its been on for 20 mins and still no red lights flashing)
Posted on Dec 28, 2011
I pulled my dryer out and pulled the clear pipe and the black pipe that runs up the back of tryer off and cleaned them out and it is working now so i think i must have had a bockage. the water light has now gone off and the dryer is now drying clothes .julie
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
I noticed this is a common question, i have the same problem on my TDC40 so i read the manual and it says " the empty water light will stay on solid. this is normal, only when the empty water light is flashing will indicate that the water tank needs emptying" so i guess there is not a problem if the TDC32 and the TDC40 are similar in design, I am not an enginner but i had problems with my TDC40 and stripped it down to fix it therefore i know some minor problems and can only help with "SOME" questions.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
Please check the switch where you reomve the tank it needs to be open and tell the dryer it is empty
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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i had this problem but it is NORMAL. only when the empty water light is flashing it needs emptying, i thought there was an internal problem but like i say it is normal to stay on solid throughout your drying and even when you just switch it on. i found this out in my manual
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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