I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AS THE DRYER IS IN AN OUTDOOR BUILDING.LEFT A WET LOAD IN OVERNIGHT AND FOLLOWING MORNING MACHINE WOULD NOT WORK. WARMED THE DRUM WITH A HAIR DRYER FOR ABOUT 30 SECONDS AND TRYED AGAIN. MACHINE WORKED FINE.
Age: 45 to 54
Location: Tipton, West Midlands, UK
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Hiya, is the machine in the garage or utility room, I had this followed by the tumble not heating, the repair man said its v common in winter as tumble dryers do not like to work in the cold.
I read up online and seemed to have found a way to get it working, you take the filter bit out in the front and use a low heat on a hair dryer in it for 30 seconds, mine didn't work for 3 days and this has got it working tonight!
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