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Creda T620CW condenser dryer

My dryer does not get warm anymore, I have changed the thermostats but there has been no change.

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    I have a Creda dryer and I've changed the thermostats -- the first set blew (it's a good thing I ordered 2) so went to 2nd -- even with the new thermostats it's blowing cold air -- is there a diagram of the wiring I have blue and orangie wiring -- is there a placement for them ***** contact me at christyj51@yahoo.com Thanks

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Recently bought condensor dryer which was working fine till the very cold weather came. Is situated in the garage so temp has been going well below freezing some nights. Now keeps switching off after a few minutes and empty water light flashes although resovoir has no water in it. Is this due ti pipes freezing?

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