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My zannusi dryer is will not dry clothes on hot setting

Zanussi condenser dryer tc7103w dryer will not dry clothes on hot cycle, removed heater element and checked it out, found no problem with the element, any idea what else it could be? dryer is just 2years old

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  • David Seddon
    David Seddon Apr 04, 2007

    thermost replaced dryer ok
    door thermostat is accessed by removing the rear cover, the drum then has to be removed, thermostat located in plastic surround at top of machine behind the door

  • Anonymous Sep 04, 2008

    Zanussi TCS603LT

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Thermostat in door part no 1258406014 should do the job colin

Posted on Mar 06, 2007

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