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HOTPOINT HDA3400 WILL NOT HEAT CYCLE

HDA3400 WILL NOT HEAT DRY OR HEAT WASH

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  • jlinnc Apr 21, 2009

    Does coil heat water or keep it at correct temp.?Or does coil just heat during drying? I've had service man come twice and still the water going in at beginning cycle is cold. I run tap water to 120 degrees and then start washer. The soap is not dissolving. Towards the end the water is warm. We have correct lines hooked up and a NON water saver line. so it doesn't pop when to much water pressure is present.

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Do you have a multimeter to check voltages?if so put the unit into the heat dry mode and see if you get voltage{im assuming its 110 volts}.if you have the voltage there then the heating element is bad.if theres no voltage then the timer is bad.how old is your unit?

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