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Bosch 300 series dryer repair manual

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Bosch 300 series dryer, Model # WTVC3300US/10 (FD9004) 302269

I’d like to learn how to remove the bottom front panel so I can easily clean the bottom of the lint screen port and exhaust duct. The problem is that the bottom of the duct collects debris/lint that the screen doesn’t catch. There is a sensor located in this area that needs to be cleaned occasionally and although accessible, it gets coated with lint and erroneously alarms and even shuts down the dryer down as a fire safety feature.

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Ah, the Bosch "Vision" dryer. I PMed you the download link to the manual. The overall procedure is on pg 22 but it calls procedures from previous pages. Pretty easy to sing along. :whistling:

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I have a WTVC3300US/10 that is not heating. I've visually inspecting the outlook and plug and I've reset the breaker, but I haven't tested the outlet. I've vacuumed out the dryer vent and the duct (they were pretty bad). Dryer is still not heating. I was planning on replacing the heating element, but I can't figure out how.

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... I haven't tested the outlet.

why not ?

should test for 120v & 240v at the Dryer Cord terminal Strip

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Ok, the terminal strip has a black wire terminal, a white wire terminal, and a terminal with a red wire and a brown wire. The voltages are:

Black to White: 116 VAC

Black to Red/Brown: 233 VAC

White to Red/Brown: 117 VAC

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Is it safe to assume that those are close enough to spec?

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yes

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I have a WTVC3300US/10 that is not heating. I've visually inspecting the outlook and plug and I've reset the breaker, but I haven't tested the outlet. I've vacuumed out the dryer vent and the duct (they were pretty bad). Dryer is still not heating. I was planning on replacing the heating element, but I can't figure out how.

I took the top of the dryer, but the heating element is not visible from the top. Can someone provide instructions? Thanks!

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