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Hotpoint TDC 30 not getting hot

Having 5 mins to check it I tested that power was going through the thermostats so thought must be the heater ordered one quick and fitted it and still the same when I test it with a meter there is power going to it?

Fan is spinning and makes no difference if set to low or high just will not heat.

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You need to check ALL your thermostats. There are typically three to four on most dryers and they should be 2ohms or less. Make sure there are no clogs in the vent, this is most of all heating problems.

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