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My Hotpoint EW81N dual element is on full all the time. Is it a dual energy regulator I need?

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Hi,

Yes All Hotpoint Dual element requires a dual energy regulator. Please check this site to get one:

http://www.europart.co.uk/s.nl/sc.2/category.794675/.f


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