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Dryer not working

The washer side of the machine works OK. When the dryer is started, the drum tumbles but that is all. The timer does not count down and there is no sign of any heat being produced.

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  • Brian Strachan Oct 28, 2006

    The two thermostats at the rear of the heating element duct show continuity(0 ohms)and the two heating elements both show continuity(with a resistance reading). On the heating duct assembly at the front of the machine, there is what I've seen described as a temperature probe which does not show continuity. If it is a temperature probe, I guess that's what to expect but the drawing I saw it on describes the rubber seal as a thermostat gasket so I'm confused. If it is a thermostat then it is faulty. Thank you for getting back to me.

  • Brian Strachan Nov 15, 2006

    The solenoid on the water inlet valve for the condenser had failed.A £20 replacement fixed it.

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Hi i ve got a candy aquarius washer dryer and the spin cycle has stopped but the wash is still working can you help thanks

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If the drum is not moving: There is something stuck inside your furness blower( could be some pice of cloth). Open the furness and remove the piece and your dryer will be working fine afterwords. If the Drum is working fine; the coil valve, fuse or the gas ignitor could be the problem; usually repacing the coil valve will fix the problem

Posted on Apr 12, 2007

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