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Dryer will not start.

I had to remove small piece of lint,from inside heating unit.I disconnected wires, cleaned it out, reconnected wires and now dryer will not start.The display works,no error readings.I press start and hear switch click at power cord, then after a moment another click. Thanks, Gary

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  • martinimit Dec 14, 2008

    My Bosch is awesome but it has a intermittent problem with not starting. I runs great for a couple of month, now nothing. The lights are on, no error reading, but nothing.

    And it ran great all day.

    Any thoughts?


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Gary, did you take off the Belt or remove the rear drum support and let the drum drop down? If so then you need to reset the broken belt switch. It is on the motor by the idler pulley. Remove the rear panel again, do not remove the drum support panel. On the motor where you see the idler pulley and belt is a switch with 2 wires and 2 plungers on both sides. Press the one on the left in and it should click. Make sure it doesn't click again when you let go. Now try starting the dryer. I train the repair on this and even techs forget to reset this switch. Hope this helps.

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