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Dishwasher I have an AEG favorit 40660i and the water is not getting hot. I suspect it might be the element but do you have any info in changing the element?

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This "Inductive heating element"is in line with the pipe feeding the top spray arm. it is about 15cm long and has a clamp at each end with one electrical push on connecter. It can be reached by taking off the back bottom plate and just follow the spayarm down to this device.

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