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Hnv380 Hoover drier heating element

My tumble drier is still going but not heating and therefore not drying anything. I was hoping to try fixing this myself and am thinking that it might be something to do with the heating element, not that I know what this looks like or where it is located within the drier! Does anyone know if there is a technical guide or manual that I can follow to try and fix this? Thanks x

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If the rug was very heavy you could have burnt up the motor. If it will restart after it cools off, replace the motor and clean out the vent system.

Good luck.

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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its a thermal fuse open up the back make sure you unplug it and turn off the gas its on your lower left side of your blower housing its skinny and white and about a inch in a half long and has 2 connectors going to it if any problems let me know

Posted on Mar 28, 2008

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There is only 1 heater element, and normally one thermostat.
they are located at the rear of the m/c, behind a removable panel.
If you are not sure whether it is the element or stat, join the two
wires togeher that go to the stat, if the heater then works, replace stat. if no heat, replace heater.
plz leave feed back for this solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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you need to clean out the dryer vent hole and the wall vent hole,that is your problem it's not letting the wet hot air out-mike

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quady

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sound like heater or stat call them out.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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