Can you post the model number please.
Sorry thats not the model thats just the range.
If you open the door there should be a sticker in there with the model on it.
No worries thats fine.
Yep thats the correct model, Give me a few minutes while i check the build and i will type the answer out for you then.
Ok if its not heating and the drum is turning on then its usually the heater unit. As on the heater is the thermostats and they can fail.
If you are looking at fixing this yourself then you need to remove the buldge cover on the back and behind there you will see the heater.
Remove this and turn it over and on the other side you will see the thermostats. You need a multi meter to test them. If they are faulty then you need to replace the heater unit itself as it comes as a complete unit.
But as you say its only 17 days out of warrenty give Zanussi a bell and see what they can do for you. As i have seen them in the past do what they call a good will repair.
Ive have known them to do it quite a lot on appliances just out of warrenty so as your only 17 days out of warrenty im sure they may sort this out for you for free.
But if you want to have a go at fixing yourself then the first thing to check is the heater and thermostats at the back of the dryer.
You wont be able to tell if a thermostat has failed just by looking at it as they dont burn out or melt. They fail inside so only a multimeter will be able to see if its faulty as that will test for contonuity on it.
Theres no cut out switch in there. Was that in the manual were you saw that?
Im afraid these dont have cut out switches or reset thermostats, Thats why you cannot find them
As to getting spares you can egt them from Zanussi themselfs. Click here for there spares site