Hoover dynamic next tumble dryer beeping, stopping, starting, condensation on the glass. Still getting hot
I have a Hoover dynamic next tumble dryer dxc 10tg-80 which after a few minutes starts beeping, different pitched beeps, it stops and start and condensation builds on the glass. Still getting hot but not drying properly. I've the dryer out, lid off, removed all lint from inside, in the condenser unit, from within the front outlet. It is in a relatively small space but it still had the same symptoms when i pulled it out and ran it.
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It sounds like your tumble dryer may be experiencing some kind of issue with its sensor system or control board. The beeping and stopping and starting could indicate a problem with the sensors that detect moisture levels in the dryer, which can cause the machine to think that the clothes are dry when they are not. This can also cause the condensation to build up on the glass.
Another possibility is a problem with the control board, which can cause the dryer to behave erratically or stop functioning properly. If you have already cleaned out the lint and checked all of the mechanical parts, it may be time to call a professional repair service to diagnose and fix the issue. They will have the tools and expertise to identify the root cause of the problem and repair or replace any damaged parts.
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Condenser dryers are simple in operation. They use a heater element to force hot air to heat the clothes and turn the water to steam. That steam is turned back into water by drawing cold air into the machine and over the heat exchanger unit and into the drum. The problems with them is that they are slow to dry.
Your best bet is to call for service, and the problem is likely the sensor probe or one of the thermal cut out.
Edited question for clarity. Re-catorgized to Hoover Dryers
This is a condenser dryer so the parts are not the same. Normally it would be one of the three sensors for temperature control. This only has one sensor, but strangely (for a dryer) it has a pressure switch, and a water valve. My advice is to call for Hoover Service.
7. Keylock This function allows to block unwanted changes of the set options on the bezel , during drying phase. Activation/ Inactivation: Push 4 and 5 buttons simultaneously for two seconds . The sign "LOC" appears on the display. Unlocking the option, on the display appears the sign "Unl", only once. In case of opening of 'porthole' with activated key lock, the cycle stops but the lock is kept: to restart the cycle, you must remove the lock and restore Start. When the dryer is off, the option is automatically inactivated. Key lock can be modified at any time of the cycle.
Have you fixed this problem? I also have a Hoover condenser dryer, only a few months old, and has started to make a squeal/whistle. I'm thinking it might be the front fan needing some WD40, OR too much water vapour around the belt that moves the drum causing the sounds. If it's the fan, lubricating the shaft and its components should fix the problem, if a wet fan then I'd think maybe fully cleaning the condenser filter, reservoir ect will fix the problem. The problem seems to go away though "mostly" 15 or so minutes after you start the dryer, so that makes me think ones it gets warm something is expanding to allow more "give" so maybe the belt.