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Spare parts I have tried on several sites for a part which i believe to be a THERMAL CUTOUT but all i seem to be able to get is the THERMOSTAT. The problem the part is giving me is that it prevents the heater from working and also brings on the filter light. Could you please help me as to which part it actually is and to where i might purchase one?

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  • albert15 Aug 21, 2007

    Thanks for the help (no reset button by the way. I am from the UK.

  • albert15 Aug 22, 2007

    Thanks a lot for your help offer.I am hoping i may have located one through Gias but if this goes belly up i will contact you again.
    Once again thanks.

  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2008

    no water in tank ,not getting hot filter light on

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The thermal cutout is the thermostats u have two in a dryer one for the low heat and one for the high heat there just called a thermal cutout switch because it prevents the dryer from over-heating and setting a fire m8 but before you buy one just check if your thermostat for the lower heat might have a small reset button attached to it if it does then press this and if it not faulty will reset itself to start heating up again its that one with the reset buton that are called a thermal cut-out switch let me know which country you live in and i should be able to find you the cheapest web site to order from m8

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    peter gittos Aug 22, 2007

    hiya mate best site ive seen is 4domex.co.uk but you do know that candy parts are exact as hoover candy is just the american version but the exact try this web site or just type in hoover/candy support youll get alot of sites up you can call it a toc for short instead of thermal cutout and they shouldnt be no more than £15 let me know if you get anywhere if not send it to me and ill get you 1 eithin a week might even have them instock m8 just need to see to match

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