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by zakboot » Wed Sep 30, 2009 8:54 am

Hi, My Tricity Bendix DH200 approx 4 years old, is not heating the water at all. It completes the cycle according to Led's - Wash to End.
I replaced the flow through heater unit (before finding this forum and carrying out resistance test) but no joy. Still no hot water.
I have found on spares page a temperature sender unit. Could this be my problem? Can i test sender before replacing? Where is sender located?( i didn't see it when doing the heater unit, but wasnt looking for it anyway)
What else should i be looking at before calling in the professionals.
Thanks guys ( in anticipation)
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by TheSpinDoctor » Wed Sep 30, 2009 4:33 pm

Most likely the triac on the main board has popped. Unless you are handy at soldering, it will require replacing. If you do require a board, the part number is: 1528245507.

Obviously, please isolate appliance from mains electric supply before any work is carried out on it.
Please note: Before following any advice I give above, always isolate appliance from mains electric supply before attempting any repairs. NO LIVE TESTING!

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by zakboot » Thu Oct 01, 2009 1:14 pm

Thanks for the advice Spin doctor, I did have a quick look at the control module. I could only see front of pcb in plastic case and stopped short of disconnecting wires in order to get at pcb itself. Wiring plugs felt very tight to me so i didnt go any further for fear of breaking something. Will have another look tonight. Obviously they must pull out to be able to replace the unit. Will pull a little harder as nothing to lose.
Thanks for part No.
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by SpandexTony » Tue Dec 14, 2010 10:20 pm

Seems I have a similar problem, no hot water, no drying happening in the cycle.

Had a look inside the machine and can't see where to access the element to test it to ensure it's not a pcb job, can I ask how you accessed the element to test on your appliance? Any tips?

Many thanks.
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