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Dryer not heating up

My washer/dryer has suddenly stopped heating up and keeps collecting water in the bottom filter i have drained it and cleaned it but this has'nt helped, any advice would be much appreciated

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Hi Mally Try the following thread - http://www.fixya.com/problems-solutions/t103658,p117053/Bosch-Dryers.aspx It might also be relevant to your problem. Another pointer - - There might be a heat-sensitive fuse in the exhaust section of the dryer. The fuse is designed to turn off the heater element if the exhaust temperature gets too high. If this fuse is defective, it will keep the heater element from getting current. Good luck!

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