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My integrated washer dryer doesn’t heat up as it did before on a wash/dry programme. 

 

I have changed the heating element, checked the front drain, and cleared out any minor clogged lint seen.

 

I noticed yesterday on a drying cycle it starts but after 5 mins double beeps and stops any ideas? The machine is only 2 years old.

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Hello Paul. Do you mean the wash cycle or the dry cycle? They both have their own heating element, and both have their own thermostats and control systems. I've never heard of a washer dryer that didn't heat on either the wash cycle all the dry cycle.

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Hello there Paul. I have a full article on this topic on whitegoodshelp where I have written advice about Washer dryer not heating on the drying cycle

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It is possible that the fault detection has not detected the heating element working and is aborting the drying cycle with an error code. Though it's also possible that some other fault is causing it to abort. I would put the washer dryer onto a drying cycle and then when it cuts out and beeps, disconnect the washer dryer from the mains, take off the lid, and then carefully touch the metal housing on top that contains the heating element. If it is stone cold then the heater has obviously not run at all, and therefore everything in my article above should be relevant.

But if it is warm, then the heating element has clearly been energised and has started to heat up but some other fault has caused the cycle to abort.

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