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AEG dishwasher not heating

I have a favorit 86070, which is running but does not heat up. Is this likely to be a heater element failure or PCB? What is the easiest diagnostic sequence?

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Had simlar problem. It was the Program module. If yo open the program module you may see a burn track. Resoldering also ddid teh thrick

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The easiest way to find it out, is to open dishwasher's rear panel and follow the next steps: -Check whether you have 115/220V on the heating element tags. -If you can read 115/220V on its tags, you should replace the element. -In case you can't read any voltage on its tags, check with a multi-meter for the thermostat's resistance. -If you can't read any resistance, you should replace the thermostat. - In case the thermostat is OK, your problem is with the PCB. Good luck !

Posted on Aug 19, 2007

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