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Dryer is not drying properly.done all usual checks. think its thermostat. dont know where its at. model is hotpoint ctd00

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Its either the limit switch or the heating element

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Our Hotpoint ctd00 keeps tripping the fusebox, we


Disconnect the heater thermostats by poulling a wire off each stat, and then try it, if it still trips, then could be faulty motor.
The stats are located at the rear of the dryer, behind removeable cover.

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Generally speaking, it is usually the thermostat/s that are the cause of the problem.
These are located on the top above the heater, or behind the heater element
Some models also have a relay that controls the heater, and these can fail.
this is to be found at the top of the dryer behind the console panel.

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My hotpoint ctd00 wont heat up


I would suggest that you check the heater and thermostats, these are located behind a removeable cover at the rear of the dryer.
You will need a meter to test them with, you are checking for continuity

Feb 10, 2010 | Hotpoint Dryers

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My hotpoint ctd00has stopped heating up how do i


You will find the thermostats located at the rear of dryer.
Remove cover, and you will see them adjacent to the heater element, change them both, even if only 1 is faulty.
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fixed using posted advice on resetting thermostat.
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Most probable cause is open ciorcuit thermostat/s. Replace stats, if still no go, then replace heater element.
Pleas rate my solution.
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Jul 16, 2009 | Hotpoint Dryers

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There is a thermal fuse at the back that you must check. The thermal fuse can be tested using a multimeter.
If the fuse is ok, then check the heating element , the temp probe, wiring harness to heating element and temp sensor, and if there is nothing in there , then test control timer board.


Regarding parts, contact the seller here to purchase parts. (here in UK).

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Check all filters and air vents at front and rear of m/c, to make sure they are all clear., do not overload, make sure you have selected right heat setting, and the correct drying time.
It is not usual to feel air blowing out of dryer, because it is a condenser dryer.
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