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Today was laundry day and right in mid-cycle our Splendie dryer quit. No power/nothing works. Washer is still going. Checked fuse box and it is good. Any suggestions on what I can test or do I need to call a tech?
Thanks Gary but my Splendide dryer doesn't have a window to display codes. Only buttons and lights.Interesting that you don’t report any trouble codes. I have had two problems with our Splendide unit in its 10 year life….called their technical support both times. They are excellent! First one was fixed free under warranty and last year they diagnosed the problem over the phone and sold me the $35 part and talked me through the fix over the phone.
Thanks Robert. I got the service phone number and e-mail. I'll contact them on Monday.TRY LOOKING at this link from above on the Tools tab https://manuals.heartlandowners.org/?man=/Appliances/Washer-Dryer/Splendide Good luck
thanks Gary. No light blinking or even on. Nothing. Tried unplugging both plugs Dave and replugging. Still no lights at all. It's as if it is not getting power at all. That's why my first move was to check the circuit breakers. I can find nothing else in the camper that isn't working.Keith….the lights blink in different sequences…and the sequence is the code. But as I said a little interesting that the lights are not blinking….but that will be enough I believe to get them started to help you.
Let us know how this turns out.
Thanks Dan. We are traveling today and tomorrow, but I'll check those out on Wednesday when we get into Omaha.Keith, have you put a volt meter on the outlet, or tried plugging in another appliance?
If you're not getting power to that outlet, check to make sure everything else is working. All A/C units work? Microwave? All outlets?
Also, if you have the PCI Power Control System, the dryer is on the list of power loads that may be shed when pulling too many amps. Could be a problem with the relay behind the cover of the circuit breaker panel.
You are correct Gary. It is the stackable separate washer/dryer. Ours is just 4 years old so I'm kind of mad the sensor went bad so early, but then again, they don't build things to last anymore.It occurred to me, while we were waiting to hear from you that maybe you have a separate washer and dryer. All of my comments were based on the 2100(?) model that is a combo unit. But the problem I had last year was one of the two heat sensors on my unit. $35 part and not bad after 10 years of great service.
Glad you got to the bottom of the problem!