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Zanussi DE540X Dear Tresilla Thankyou for your reply, my dishwasher does not get hot at all but stays stone cold throughout its cycle. As mentioned in earlier correspondance, i have tested the heater which seems ok, therefore is the problem likely to be the thermostat sensor. Regards

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  • nigelhammer Dec 14, 2008

    I have the same problem with the DE540X, cold cycle, wet dishes etc. Is it worth fixing, how do I fix it or shall I purchase another one in the January sales? Thanks

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Rather difficult to go further remotely. could be temp sensor. another place to look is at the module - have known quite frequently dry joints at the heater output. examine it carefully

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