Hi, welcome to Just answer
Please tell me its complete model number
ok, stopped working means is it completely dead or it is not heating ?
ok, how old is it ?
7 or 8 years old I think
ok, well I dont think reset will work but you can still try
the reset is located inside the back of the unit near the heater assembly
it was heating fine before it went dead ?
Yes it had been used for anumber of loads yesterday morning. But simply didn't work when a fina load was put in a couple of hours later. If you don't think the reset will work do you think the motor has gone?
no as it is completely dead then this indicates the problem with the power board of the dryer
I dont think it is the motor
OK. As the machine is old would you suggest getting a replacement power board or just cough up for a new dryer?
if you still want to try the reset...you can take the back off with the unit unplugged...you will see a reset button near the heater element, you can push that and it might reset the unit
a new board will cost around £200 and looking at the age of the unit it is better to buy a new one instead of spending that amount on 8 years old dryer
Ok. Thought so. I will try the reset and if a miracle happens; happy days if not I'll let the boss choose a new one! Could it be anyting else? I will try a new fuse but it did not circuit the circuit board so unlikely its that I assume?
As it is completely dead I think it is the board nothing else
Ok. I appreciate your input. Thanks.
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Ok. I will send the feedback. I assume I just put in the code if I need to get back you?
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Thanks. Have a good one too