Hoover Tumble Dryer Relay/PCB (Printed Circuit Board) for TV630 001

Stock Number: ES209751

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Description

Replace your tumble dryer's defunct control PCB with this spare from Hoover.

Genuine spare part for select Candy, Friac, Hoover, Iberna, Kelvinator, Maytag, Neufunk, Otsein, Teka, and Zerowatt tumble dryers.

For serial numbers: 31100022, 37616307, 31100067

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (80 customers)
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    By - Birmingham

    The part was a good price and good quality. Easily identified the problem using this website, bought the part and a week later managed to change the circuit board in 20 minutes, saved myself a lot of stress. The how to video on the website was also really helpful and gave me the confidence to do this myself.
  • Dryer On Button Won't Hold On?

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    By - Monmouthshire

    Our Hoover Dryer TC650 001 wouldn't stay on: the dryer worked if the On button was held in but stopped as soon as it was released. I tried replacing the On button but that didn't solve the problem. Then I spotted the advice on eSpares, replaced the Relay/PCB and the dryer is back to normal. Advice: if you get these symptoms, try replacing the Relay/PCB first. It's about a 20 minute job involving removing the top and front of the dryer. Start by unplugging the machine, then remove the screws at the back of the top and slide it out. The front is removed by undoing the two screws at the bottom of the panel (a little awkward), then the screws inside the door around the mouth of the dryer, then the four screws along the top. Ease the front away and unscrew the two screws holding the PCB, which is on the right next to the timer. Swap the connections from the old PCB to the new one at a time. Then screw the new PCB back into the machine. Reassemble in reverse order and test the machine.
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    By - Northern Ireland

    All started with buzzing noise from behind the timer knob when I tyred to start the dryer, and the cycle wouldn't start. The occasional thump beside the timer knob would sort it but not very professional. The new relay was easy to fit just ment removing the entire front panel section, dryer hadn't been serviced in about a year so a good vacuuming of the inside was welcomed, took around 30 mins for a novice to complete, time we'll spent no more nagging for the other half, good luck

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  • Q My hoover tumble dryer turns off after a minute or two. Whats the problem? 3 Answers

    Model no. VHV 180

    By mandi - southampton - 20 August 2013

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      Check the thermal cut outs on the top of the heater as they have probably failed. The heater will probably require replacement as I dont think the cut outs are available for this model.

      By Sherlock - Birmingham - 22 August 2013

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      There is no heat , does this mean I will need a new tumble dryer relay/pcb ( printed circuit board ) ? And if so, is it easy to fit ?

      By mandi - 21 August 2013

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      Check if any heat is felt in the drum when it stops as there may be a heater fault.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 August 2013

  • Q when i switch on, it trips my fuse box out.????? 2 Answers

    every time i switch my tumble dryer (CANDY cc2-270) on.... it seems to trip my fuse box out....... i was going to buy the relay which is avalable on this site ...... please could anyone help .... :(

    By youngman - cardiff - 28 January 2010

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      my hoover tumble had the same symptoms - i replaced the relay but it still tripped the mains. Turned out to be a burned out motor causing a direct short circuit one of the windings.

      By portadownred - Northern Ireland - 15 November 2011

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      Sorry we cannot give out technical advice unfortunately. Please contact an engineer for support.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 11 June 2010

  • Q When pressing 'on' the drum starts even before pressing the start button but does not heat until you press 'start'. The cycle then works through until progress light changes to 'stop' however the drum continues to rotate 1 Answer

    By Florence - 23 November 2013

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      It sounds like this is likely to be caused by a problem with this control board.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 25 November 2013

  • Q Tumble Dryer On Switch will not keep dryer 'on' 1 Answer

    I replaced the on on switch fitting but still have same problem. If you hold the on switch in the dryer will work but as soon as you release it is will not stay on. Could it be the PCB or do you have any other advice ?

    By ADP31 - Renfrewshire - 22 March 2012

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      I had the same problem. It's the relay board.

      By Craig - Yorkshire - 14 May 2012

  • Q my HNC 180 conenser dryer no power 1 Answer

    My dryer was working perfectly - then it just stopped -no power light on. We have checked the fuse in the plug - that is fine - the swithch is also working. Could it be the PCB? Would be glad of any advice. Thank you Leesylou

    By leesylou - cornwall - 31 October 2010

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      Sounds similar to my problem with a hoover dryer which uses the same relay. Works great after replacing this part.

      By Anonymous - Sydney - 22 July 2011