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Zanussi dishwasher DE 2354\r\nWater not heating where do i locate the heater and what resistance should it be?

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YOU NEED TO LOCATE THE THERMOSTAT AND CHECK IF ITS WORKING CORRECTLY IF THE READIND ON THE STAT IS FINE YOUR ELEMENT MIGHT BE FAULTH.BEST YOU GET A TECH TO ASSIST YOU AS ITS A TUFF JOB TO DO ALONE.

GOODLUCK.

MOHAMED

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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There is a small round solinoid that might have blown its just under the element, you could try this, it cheaper option.

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SOURCE: where is the drain pump located on zanussi

The Drain pump can be got to by removing the circular filter at the bottom of your machine and all the screws that hold the plastics in including the round retaining plastic clip, only then will you see your drain pump prepellors, but if you want to remove the Drain Pump then this can be done from the rear of the machine you might have to remove the macine outside for this as you need to turn it on its side, from the back of the machine remove the two screws holding the big electronic motor this is plugged into electric sockets remove them also there is a rubber bung that holds this in place once unscrewed the motor needs a bit of a jig and it should slot out through the back of the machine. If you are thing of changing this it costs about £120 I got rid of the machine myself.

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a zanussi ZSF2440s dishwasher, runs a

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Test and eventually replace either thermostat or heater. They can be tested reading impedance at their contacts. If there is no continuity (circuit open) then the part must replaced. Start from the thermostat that fails quite often.

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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SOURCE: where is the heater located in a zanussi zdt6255

Hi its in the rear bottom quite hard to get to, Is that the issue? you van test with ohm meter should be about 30ohms

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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