Question about Hotpoint Dryers
This is possibly due to water in the wrong place and being thrown by the fan onto the element.
take the rear cover off, drain the water (won't be much) and dry area with paper towels.
take out the condensor and clean it while you are about it.
feel round at the back and youb will find a small hole for the condensate to flow away and this hole may be blocked. poke something down it to clear
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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