AEG Dishwasher Heater Element - 2100 Watts for F30300 -W

Stock Number: ES486432

Manufactured by AEG

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (9 customers)

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This part is compatible with AEG F30300 -W Dishwashers

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This 2100 Watt element is a flow through type of heater element. It is a genuine spare part and will fit select  dishwashers.

  • Diameter: 40mm
  • Type: Flow-thru

Please note: This part is PNC number dependent, please contact our call centre with this information so we can ensure that this is the correct element for your dishwasher.

How to replace a dishwasher flow-through heater - Gorenje

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 4.6 out of 5 (9 customers)
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    By - Berkshire

    Our Zanussi dishwasher started tripping the circuit breaker, and the heating element was prime suspect. Zero thanks to Zanussi for their design making it quite hard to get to, but I was able to confirm the heating element was at fault and full marks to espares for supplying the genuine part quickly & efficiently. Will definitely use again.
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    By - East Anglia

    Very good service and delivery. The part was what I was looking for in quality. Fitting this part is not easy but that is not the spare, it is the design of the machine.
  • It had to be the element

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    By - Ireland

    The dishwasher kept tripping a switch after the initial rince cycle so I concluded that the problem was with the heating of the water system. Using a multimeter I tested the original and it appeared to be perfect, however I invested in the element and replaced. Nightmare of a job but well worth it. Everything is working perfectly again. I believe everything so stay in a kitchen for longer than 7 years! Hopefully now it will.

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  • Q My AEG Favorit 40630 dishwasher is sticking on the wash cycle. When I switch it off and open it the water inside is cold so I suspect it is the heating element that is the issue. Could it be anything else? 1 Answer

    By Julian Westrup - St Albans - 30 May 2015

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      For information on this problem see our diagnosis video: How to Diagnose Dishwasher leaking and heating problems.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 01 June 2015

  • Q my zanussi zsf6126 does everything apart from dry the dishes ? why? heater is heating water to about 80 c 1 Answer

    By brasso - fareham - 14 August 2013

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      If the water is heating to 80c then the heater is clearly working. It is possible the thermostat should allow the water to heat to 95c so try replacing the thermostat.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 15 August 2013

  • Q Testing the old heater 1 Answer

    I have tried testing my old heater (which I suspect is faulty) with a multimeter across the heating element terminals. I believe that an open circuit here means that the element is broken - is this correct?

    By Anonymous - 04 December 2010

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      Hi there, an open circuit indicated on the multimeter would indeed suggest that the element is faulty.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 08 December 2010