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Overheating Water temperature gets very hot regardless of setting

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Your stat is gone it is on the heater element if it ain't on the heater element then its on the right side on the drum i might be a little plug or it cold be a copper Corly if so its a big job if Therese a plug on your heater then its a easy job take back of the machine and have a good look a round make sure you have unplugged the machine if i was you i would go down and see your local send hand appliances shop they could do the job and its only going to cost£25 pound

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