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Hi my miele dishwasher g665 no hot water or drying

Hi my miele dishwasher g665 seems to be working but does not heat water or dry please help

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New heating element

Posted on Jan 27, 2010

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    ole_bendtsen Aug 20, 2013

    Does it need a new heating element or what do you mean?

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