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    As above guys looking for a bit if advice really

    mother in laws washing machine is leaking so said if take a look found it leaking from a valve that attaches to fill pipe.

    hope that makes sense to someone that works on these lol

    anyway wondering if that valve has any technical name so I can get part ordered.

    secondly the tumble drier has packed in. Its a condensor dryer.
    its nit heating up.

    cleaned filter etc still no joy.

    so I assume its some sort of thermostat/ thermal fuse fault

    my idea is bring multimeter home test for continuity, would this be correct?

    its a beko tumble drier can anyone advise on where location of thermostat etc is?

    thanks for any help

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    Think you are talking about the Inlet water valve, thats what I would describe it as.

    The element could have gone for the dryer, check with multimeter.

    Becko's are normally very cheap to buy and almost throw away when they develop faults. I just bought a new Becko washer for about £250 with 1600 spin speed.

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    for the dryer more than likely the heater element and depending on the make of the dryer you can pick the element up for around £40 inc p&P

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    http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_tr...at=0&_from=R40

    Get the model number of both and either google or ebay

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    Thanks for that guys

    Was going to search on the net for the parts an compare prices.

    but wanted to make sure I'm looking at the right thing.

    forgot to bring my meter home so can't check drier tonight :-(

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    Mine wasn't heating replaced element all ok. Make sure there isn't a trip switch on the back mine has this and if filters are clogged it can trip

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    Is it fairly obvious the trip switch?

    Am clueless at all these house hold things lok

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    It is a red button on back but that is a White Knight dryer

    Find the model number then go on Beko website for manuals

    Also Haynes do manuals for household stuff may give some ideas

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    Ill pull dryer out and have quick look.

    May aswel while am getting the model number lol

    thanks for the help mate

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