Indesit 2300 Watt Heater

Stock Number: ES1500968

Manufactured by Indesit

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This is a genuine replacement 2.3 kW heater for select Creda, Hotpoint and Indesit tumble dryers.

Please note: this part is serial number dependent. Prior to ordering please check that your model and serial number are listed to ensure this is the correct heater for your dryer. If you require assistance please contact our Call Centre with the full details from your appliance 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 4.5 out of 5 (66 customers)
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  • Easy to fit

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    By - Norfolk

    We found two replacements on the site that appeared to fit our machine - after calling to confirm which one to order we were told the correct item required - it arrived swiftly and now fitted the dryer works as new.
  • saved me buying new tumble dryer!!

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    By - warks

    Great product and service again espares. Was easy to fit, even having to change terminal fitting. Clear, easy instructions 😆 Happy returning customer! !
  • a good perchase

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    By - lee on the solent

    on line fitting advice very helpful. worked as expected, and very easy to install.

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  • Q hi when i push the start button on my idc75 it works for a second or two then trips the electric any ideas thanks andy. 2 Answers

    By Anonymous - 24 February 2012

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      This happened to mine also, its because water got into the heating element, what you need to do is take off the back and dry the heating element using a hair dryer, it was only excess water but it did the damage, after 10 minutes of drying i put it back together and waaalllah it was working perfectly again, hope this helps :)

      By Boshamooay - Stockport - 27 February 2014

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      this is what happened on mine changing the heater element fixed it now working fine

      By tommy - ayrshire - 03 April 2012

  • Q Burnt out?? 1 Answer

    took the back off and partner noticed the elements were snapped. He stopped the tumble dryer while it was still on before we left to go out. Went to turn it on when we came back, and it just made a pathetic buzzing noise. Will this do my Hotpoint CTD00G???

    By sammi - moray - 17 November 2014

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      This will replace the heater but if the unit still just buzzes check the door lock and motor capacitor.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 17 November 2014

  • Q change heater in back change front thermostat still no heat why indesit idc75 model 1 Answer

    By stu - guildford - 27 October 2014

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      There is cut outs at the back as well as thermostat at the front and the timer turns the heat off for the last ten minutes of running. For information to diagnose your problem see our video: How to Diagnose Tumble Drier Drying and Heating Problems

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 28 October 2014

  • Q Does this heater unit have the thermostat built in? 1 Answer

    By Emma - 28 June 2014

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      This heater has the thermostat and cut out attached and to replace it see our video: Please note if the dryer is stopped when hot it can cause the cut out to fail.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 30 June 2014

  • Q only 1 of the 4 elements on heater is heating up. is this a thermostat problem or need new heater? 1 Answer

    Hotpoint aquarius tdc32 tumble dryer

    By Anonymous - tyneside - 22 February 2014

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      the elements are in two sets of two in series, so although you think only one is heating it will heat in two sections. Measure with a meter and you should get a reading between blue and orange and blue and red. I suspect one has failed and you will need to replace the heater unit.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 24 February 2014