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How do I reset the thermostat on my Indesit tumble dryer?

How do I reset the thermostat on my Indesit tumble dryer?

The location of the reset button differs with different models – some may be found on the back of the machine – but the basic guide for resetting is to hold the Indesit tumble dryer reset button down (pressing in the red button) and if you hear it click, you’ll know it’s the cause of the tripped electrics.

How do I reset the thermostat on my tumble dryer?

If the thermostat on your tumble dryer has tripped, you may be able to reset it by pressing a reset button which will be located somewhere around the back of the appliance.

Does an Indesit tumble dryer have a reset button?

the button is covered by a rubber seal. worth a look. on the back of my condenser drier (different make though) there is a reset button on the back in the middle of the drum. the button is covered by a rubber seal.

How do I reset my heating thermostat?

Here are the step-by-step reset instructions:

  1. Turn your thermostat off by switching it to the off position.
  2. Find the breaker that powers your HVAC system and turn it off.
  3. Wait 30 seconds and turn the breaker back on.
  4. Turn your thermostat back on.

Do all tumble dryers have a reset button?

Not all tumble dryers have re-set buttons, so if it stops heating it is most likely to be because the thermostat or TOC (Thermal Overload Cutout) has tripped due to overheating. Thermostat’s are usually the size of a 5p and can be accessed by removing the back panel.

Is there a reset button on a tumble dryer?

Reset Your Tumble Dryer’s Thermal Overload Cut Out Some clothes dryers – particularly older models – have a red reset button on their back panel. In newer models, this button may be inside the casing underneath the back panel, and you will have to unscrew and remove this to access this reset button.

Why is the dryer blowing cold air?

One of the most common reasons your tumble dryer decides to blow out cold air instead of hot is, rather ironically, because it has overheated. If your tumble dryer does not have a reset button it is likely you will need to replace your thermostat and thermal overload cut-out (TOC).