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Creda condenser dryer

It is only blowing cold air can anyone advise thanks.

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Change the two sensors on the back of the machine

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Remove the back plate and check the heater and stats. probaby the stat open circuit

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This is a fine machine!
Try our premium service and they will fix you up!

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