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  1. I guess it was just my way of saying thanks. You saved me about £200, so thanks to you!
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  2. Hi Bob. There's too many to put in the title so I've added more models numbers to the tags on the post but it will only let me add so many. I've put other model numbers in your first post. We must be doing something right as a lot of people seem to be finding this article. Thanks again for your help.
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  3. Thanks Andy Good summary and considered opinion, I fully agree with you. I wish I knew this when my wife was singing the virtues of these machines and we made the mistake of buying one. No more washer/dryers for me. Thank you very much.
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  4. Andy , jonboyuk, Can't fault your replies, great job by jonboyuk. Sometimes you forget what comes naturally to some people is complicated to others. Maybe I should have taken the same steps as you did. But it's done now and with style. Will definitely be useful to anyone that takes the time to read all the posts. Question for Andy, can you put an amendment to the subject header to include other models affected, as google search isn't showing them yet? as it appears I can't edit my original post. Great work Rob
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  5. Getting back to our wonderful WT2780 - shades of deja vu as yet again I go traipsing around the internet for clues... This thread is particularly interesting, as the guy clearly has techical nouse regarding the drying issue of his Miele model (4 web pages via link) - https://www.fixya.com/support/t1615585-miele_wt945_washer_dryer And here they give photos of the dubious dryer unit itself: https://www.fixya.com/support/t15664744-no_heat_when_drying What I think I've learned so far is: - the element for the dryer unit sits in a metal box above the drum - I assume ei
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  6. Hi, we have this issue with that model of washer/dryer. Do you know which diode this is/do you have a picture? Our washing machine stopped working mid wash and didn't drain. All the plugs, fuses, pipes and filters are fine, but the machine won't turn on. Thinking it's a PCB issue but of you found a diode that isn't working, ours could be the same too. My husband is an electrician so can probably check the diodes. You can email me on lydia.yip@live.co.uk. thanks
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