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I have a dx302. its not heating the water or drying.

Hi i can not locate the element to test it. where do i find it and what does it look like Hi I have a dishlex 302 and it's not heating the water I have tried all cycles without success , I can not find the heating element ,can you help
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Hi,

Based on your question, location of the heating element:

  • in most versions, the heating element surrounds a short section of the stainless steel tube on the outlet side of pump (clamped hose section either side).
However, a couple of things you can try:
  • verify the "ECO" mode is not enabled;
  • check the connectors to the power module (probable loose);
  • control unit circuit board (P/N 03674001441) (behind the panels off the front door), check/correct cold solder particular on the relay legs;
  • this might be of an illustrative help.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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