Candy appliances began in 1945 with one of the earliest washing machines. In 1954, Candy took the bold step in to semi automatic, and expanded from it’s roots in Italy, in to production in France. Soon, Candy introduced the first Candy dishwasher, followed by acquisitions that led to encompassing cooking and cooling in the well-respected Candy range. Following on from expansion throughout Europe, Candy took the decisive step of entering the competitive market in the USA.
Today, Candy is part of the Hoover group, and offer an attractive and reliable range of domestic appliances for today’s customer. Spared Direct have a wide rnage of different candy parts and spares for the following domestic appliances: washing machines, dishwashers, tumble dryers, fridge freezers, cookers and hobs.
Candy 28382157 Tumble Dryer Thermostat
This Candy thermostat fits the following tumble dryers:
TCE660 001 HDC60ECH
TCX50 031 HDC60ESY
TCX51 061 HDC6UK
TCX52 011 HDC7FME
TCE60 021 HDC7FMUK
TCE60 031 HDC7UK
TCE61 061 HNC160-80
About Tumble Dryer Thermal cut outs
The tumble dryer operates by heating air, and blowing it through a drum, which is turned by a motor, to tumble the laundry. The air is heated by an element, and two thermostats control the heat of the element. These usually come in a kit, commonly called a stat kit. One of these thermostats is to control the temperature at the desired heat setting for each particular load of clothing, and the other is a thermal cut out, to prevent the element from overheating. This is also referred to as a safety thermostat, as it will prevent the element from causing a fire by continuous heating. If the tumble dryer does not heat, it may be that the element is faulty, but alternatively, it could be that, due to interruption of the cooling air flow the element has overheated, and the thermal cut out has operated, cutting off the power to the element. This safety thermostat, or thermal cut out, is a ‘one time’ component, and will now have to be replaced.
|Part Type||Thermal Cut Outs|