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How do I get to the heating element- got error code 2H appearing.
I s it an element or is there anything else I can do??

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  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2008

    have a dwf 32 with 2h dont no if is element the best way is to take the hole unit of the bace than you can pop out the element out the holder

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Hi,
Check your heating element..


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