Tumble Dryer 2300 Watt Heater Element with Thermostat

Stock Number: ES1073664

Manufactured by Hotpoint

(This part fits select models)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (119 customer reviews)

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Tumble Dryer 2300 Watt Heater Element With Thermostat

Are your clothes still cold and damp after a cycle in your tumble dryer? If the heating element is to blame, this replacement set that includes a thermostat that could help you get your dryer back in working order. You will soon be back to dry clothes again in no time!


  • 2300 Watts
  • Includes: Thermostat

Spare part for select Ariston, Hotpoint, Indesit and Proline tumble dryers.

Please note: This part is serial number dependent. Prior to ordering, please ensure that your model and serial number are listed -if you require assistance, please contact our Call Centre with the details from your appliance's data plate.

How to fix a dryer that's not heating up

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (119 customer reviews)
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  • Ordered new heater for Hotpoint dryer

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    By - Falkirk

    Arrived quickly. Took about 20 mins to fit. Plug fitted into existing aquarius dryer. (TCM570P). Had read previous reviews & some models needed fitting to be changed to the old one which apparently involved rewiring it but I didn't need to do this. Have dryer running now and seems to be working well. No need to call someone out. Straight forward to fit when I first thought I would need to buy a new dryer. Would definitely use espares again.
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    By - leicester

    I had a problem with my tumble dryer, I knew it was the heat elements, however I said to the wife that we will never get a spare for this. How wrong was I..... espares had the item listed with a great description so I knew it was the right part. I ordered it Saturday night (10pm) and it was with me 8am Monday morning..... absolutely amazing. I will use this company everytime......
  • Keeping the appliance going!

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    By - Cumbria

    I always ensure I buy appliances from manufacturers that support wide spares availability, and I use e-spares as my source of spares. My tumble drier was blowing cold air and after seeking possible causes from the Internet, I determined that it would be the thermostats or heating element causing the problem. Looking at the e-spares videos of refitting these items, and their recommendation that both should be replaced together, I purchased a 2300 Watt Heater Element with Thermostats from them. Due to knowing what needed to be done from the video, I had the part fitted and tested within an hour of arriving by post. Not only do e-spares carry all the parts necessary to repair and maintain appliances, they also provide excellent and easy to follow guidance to do the job. They truly do contribute to 'Keeping the appliances going'

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  • Q my tumble dryer is blowing cold air what part do i need the thermostat or the element also me dishwasher is has only cold water what part do i need for that 2 Answers

    By Anonymous - highland - 21 November 2011

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      Just want to say big thanks saved a single mum a lot if money from Kelly on Anglesey

      By Abbott - Anglesey - 10 October 2013

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      Before buying a new tumble dryer element, try resetting the thermostat on the one you have. To do this, unscrew the cover on the back of the tumble dryer, then remove the two screws holding the element to the cover. Look at the "black" (rather than the silver) side of the thermostat. One of the two "buttons" has a small hole in it. Insert a pin in the hole and push down. If you hear a "click", then the thermostat has been reset. Re-attach the element to the cover and the cover to the dryer. The dryer should now blow hot air when operating.

      By Brian M - Scotland - 23 January 2012

  • Q internal fuse? 1 Answer

    i just replaced the stat and element on my hotpoint vtd00 but it's still not heating. i've checked all wires etc and everything else seems fine but i'm wondering if theres an internal fuse/switch i need to reset? the belt had gone when i inherited the machine so i wonder if it'd overheated before due to not spinning and needs resetting somehow?

    By steph - cornwall - 10 February 2014

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      This dryer will only heat if the timer is set to over ten minutes as the last ten it turns cooling and removing the heat from the drum. There are no other cut outs or thermostats but if stopped hot it can trip out the thermostat as the heat is not disbursed by the fan.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 February 2014

  • Q How do i check thermostat 1 Answer

    How do i check the thermostats on my heater element,can you tell me please. indesit is70c

    By Thor68 - 01 February 2014

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      A thermostat is basically a closed switch that opens when heat reaches a predetermined temperature. They should measure short or low resistance until the operating temperature is reached.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 04 February 2014

  • Q Creda Advance tumble dryer Keeps stopping 1 Answer

    My tumble dryer starts but will automatically stop after 10 mins. I have cleaned thourougly all if the places I can get to but still keeps cutting out. Can you tell me what needs replacing please? Many thanks

    By Cg - Halstead, Essex - 28 January 2014

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      There may be many reasons for this but the main causes are not heating and not emptying the water from the reservoir if it is a condenser dryer. If you still cannot diagnose the problem let me know any fault code and the full model and I may be able to help further.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 03 February 2014


    By ROCKYNOLAN - SWANSEA - 18 October 2013

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      If it is a condenser drier and trips after several minutes it is likely condensation water is getting onto the heater element. Check the condenser is clean and the drain to the tank is not blocked, always empty before each cycle.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 October 2013