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dishwasher not heating water

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dishwasher not heating water
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This may be the element

The first thing to check is the continuity of the element.

If you have a multimeter, remove the lower kick panel and test the element.
Let me know what you find

Customer: replied 3 years ago.
hi there, i will try this and get back to you, many thanks
Hi David

No problem

Customer: replied 3 years ago.
hi there, we have had a bit of a problem locating the element. we think it is one of the tube tyes which the water flows through. can you help with a schematic for this, many thanks.
Hi David

sorry for the delay, Ive been waiting for news on this one.

I can tell you its a tubular type in the pipework, but alas I can find out nothing about this machine.

I think it may be made by Fagor and re badged.

In that case it may be possible to access the heater through the front and/or rear lower panels. If not it would have to be the top and sides off and access it under the tub.

Let me know how it goes
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

hi there, this was a faulty heater, thanks. note do not see accept icons

Hi David

Well done and thanks for letting me know.

The site has done away with the accept button and now use "smiley faces" ?

You should see them now

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