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I had thi problem.I removed the heater element but there was nothing wrong with it when tested .Do not do this as it is hard to get element back in What I done was remove the top of machine and pulled connector of temperature knob It was corroded.I sprayed the connection with WD40and shoved it on and off a couple of times and hey presto it worked .Themachine is heating again
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Hi I have an Indesit WE16 with some of those symptoms and cannot figure it out - so please don't rate this as useless yet! I am beginning to suspect a bad connection to the motor and I have noticed that the drum only turns anticlockwise in my case - if the program calls for clockwise rotation the machine just hums for a few seconds and then stops.
Does this apply to your machine?
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I think its a 'front Loader'? Take the back panel off, to expose the main drive belt & pulley. When fitting the new belt it needs stretching by first putting it around the motor drive shaft & easing on to the main pulley whilst gradually rotatng the pulley. You need to finish up with the belt in the centre of both of the pulleys if possible