Firstly, great forum; wish I'd found it sooner!
I have a 4 year old Hoover Dishwasher model HD97E which last week decided to stop just before draining towards the end of the cycle with error E3. From the manual and another post on this forum (relating to the I presume similar HD98E) this appears to mean the dishwasher is 'not heating'!
To this end I initially replaced the element as the original was fairly corroded in parts so assumed it had simply given up the ghost. £25 and a few days later; wrong! So I've just replaced both the Thermostat and the 'NTC Temperature Sensor' which to my dismay have also been to no avail (but thankfully only £10 each)!
Does anyone have any ideas about what else it might be? Everything else about the unit appears to function as normal (fill, drain etc). I guess the only other thing I can think of that's involved is the pcb/module which I'm guessing won't be in the £20 area!
Are there any reset switches, trip switches or fuses on the PCB that I could conviently press/replace or is this a job for the pros? I seem to recall that hoover guarantee their parts for 5 years as long as you use a hoover engineer?
Thanks in advance for any help/advice anyone can offer...