This article was originally written when this specific Panasonic dryer first came out. Since then it has most likely become discontinued. However, it is still relevant to remind us that when it comes to white goods appliances, being energy efficient, and cheaper than any other to run can be pretty pointless if it is alsoread the full article..
This is a list of every article I've written filed under tumble dryers, including all its sub categories. To find more articles use the "tumble dryers" link in the main navigation.
NOTE: More tumble dryer articles are filed under other categories and sub categories if they focus on buying or repairing them for example.
The most common causes of a tumble dryer not heating up are either a faulty heating element, or a faulty stat (or TOC). A TOC is an acronym for thermal overload cutout and it’s essentially a heat activated fuse. Other common causes are faulty connections, and float switch or condenser sensor faults in condenser dryers.read the full article..
If your tumble dryer wont start, the first thing to establish is whether there is any electrical power to it or not. If there are any indicator lights working then obviously there is power to the dryer, but if not, the first thing to check is the power socket by plugging in something else. Ifread the full article..
Unfortunately there’s yet another fire risk warning for an appliance. This time it’s on Beko Condenser Tumble Dryers. Beko are trying to track down owners of their 6kg & 7kg Condenser Tumble Dryers purchased between May and October 2012 to carry out a free of charge modification. Beko are urging anyone who believes they haveread the full article..
A safety notice has been issued (in 2012) for another domestic appliance with a potential fire risk. This time it’s a White Knight tumble dryer. White Knight say one of the electrical connectors fitted to 1800 White Knight Condenser dryers (built in Oct 2010) has been discovered to be sub standard, and can potentially leadread the full article..
Condenser tumble dryers don’t use a vent hose, and should turn all the steam into water. But because they create heat when running, a condenser dryer will heat the air around it and the moisture in the air will condense on any cold surface such as tiles or even other appliances near by – especiallyread the full article..