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  1. I have a Bosch Exxcel WVD24520GB which leaves the clothes Hot and Steamy wet at the end of the drying cycle. They are actually wetter than after the spin cycle. From what I've read the problem could either be the cold water inlet valve or a blocked condenser. I've checked the three solenoids with a dvm and get 5.3k for the condenser solenoid and 3.7k for the other two is this correct? If these are ok that leaves a possibly blocked condenser. How do you remove and clean the condenser. When going through the drying phase some water is being pumped out and down the drain hose. When the drying phase is complete if you remove the plug at the bottom right water is still there. I tried removing the two screws holding the fan above the condenser but it wouldn't move. Wish I could find instructions how to strip down and clean the condenser etc. Any advice very much appreciated.
  2. I've looked at your common faults document, as well as everything I can find online to answer this question. I returned home to discover the wash/dry had stopped, it was stuck on about 58 minutes drying left. I turned to zero, waited for the door to unlock, and removed the laundry. I didn't think too much more of it. I loaded the machine for another wash tonight, turned the knob - and it just shows the LCD timer bar, nothing else. No buttons seem to do anything. I've tried all the online solution suggestions I can find including turning to 1 o'clock and holding power, turning to 6 o'clock and holding timer, then to 7 o'clock and holding timer (doing this for all buttons in fact). Nothing changes. I just still get the LCD timer bar. If I turn the knob back to zero, the display goes off. To any other position, the timer bar. I've tried disconnecting the power for 5 minutes, and for 45 minutes. Still the same. This isn't the childlock key problem. I've attached a screenshot Any ideas? Thanks!
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