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Electrolux Dishwasher Heating Element - 2000 Watts Stock Number: ES544551

Electrolux Dishwasher Heating Element - 2000 Watts - ES544551
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4.7 out of 5 Rated 4.7 out of 5(38 customers)

Genuine part for select AEG, Arthur Martin, ATAG, Bluesky, Corbero, Curtiss, De Dietrich, Electrolux,Eektra Breqenz, Elektro Helios, Etna, Faure, Firenzi, Husqvarna, John Lewis, Juno, Kuppersbusch, Lloyds, Moffat, Privileg, Rex, Rosenlew, Therma, Tricity Bendix, Vestel, Westinghouse, Zanker, Zanussi and Zoppas dishwashers

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Dishwasher Heating Element - 2000 Watts

If you notice that the water in your dishwasher is not at its usual high temperature, there could be a problem with the heating element. With this replacement heater from our range of dishwasher spares, eSpares could soon have you back to a dishwasher with hot water again - for a better cleaning performance on your dishes and cutlery!

Fix it yourself and save money. This replacement dishwasher heater element is genuine part for select models of AEG, Arthur Martin, ATAG, Bluesky and many more dishwashers.

Specifications:

  • Diameter: 32mm
  • 230 Volts
  • 2000 Watts
  • Type: Flow through

Please note: That this part is PNC number dependent. Please contact our call centre with your model and PNC number so we can advise the correct spare for you. 

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(38 reviews)

4.7 out of 5

Ease of fitting 3 out of 5
Quality 5 out of 5
Value 5 out of 5
  • 5.0 out of 5

    Spot on

    The heating element worked as a charm. It is not rocket science to fit the part, you need few tools mainly a screw driver and pliers, be able to adapt to the situation and load yourself with patience. I was not sure that the heating element would be the right part as when you do DIY there is always a risk involved of getting it right, but I must say that this time I was spot on. When I tested the heating element or resistance it was giving continuity though. How I identified it? When I was turning the dishwasher on it was getting the water in and after few seconds, when it was trying to heat up, it was tripping the main circuit breaker. I’ve unplugged the heating element and I run the machine again. It did the full cycle with cold water; at that point it could not be the main electric board, not the waste pump, not even the main pump. I hope it helps Enjoy DIY.

    Ease of fitting 5.0 out of 5
    Quality 5.0 out of 5
    Value 5.0 out of 5
  • 5.0 out of 5

    Proud of myself

    Great video showing how to replace the heating element in a dishwasher, which I would recommend anyone to watch who wants to do this. The job went very well and the whole thing finished in about 30 minutes with no hidden problems. Thanks

    Ease of fitting 5.0 out of 5
    Quality 5.0 out of 5
    Value 5.0 out of 5
  • Abingdon
    5.0 out of 5

    Sadness.

    After having great difficulty fitting this part,(Josh don't make it look so easy. It still didn't solve the problem.No fault of E Spares

    Ease of fitting 1.0 out of 5
    Quality 5.0 out of 5
    Value 5.0 out of 5
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16 Questions and 18 Answers

Just purchased and recieved heating element for John Lewis dishwasher. No fitting instructions with it. Phoned help line to ask for guidance told to try Utube for video. none found. Do you have any fitting instructions you can email me? Paul Mc

By Paul Mc - Liverpool - 16 May 2011
  • Rory [at eSPARES]- I think you are mistaking this unit for the loop type of element which sit inside the washing chamber. This one for the JLDWW1201 is an inline unit, totally hidden from normal view. The heater element is located right at the back of the machine (lower right when viewed from the front) and you can't gain good enough access through the front panel of the dishwasher because the water filter/sump and main pump are in the way. The best access is when the right side panel is removed. Even then, access is not very good because the heater element is horizontally installed with the far hose clip hard to get at. Poor design from a replacement point of view. By Mark - - 06 June 2011
  • Rory from eSpares
    Rory at eSpares says...

    Hi Paul Mc. Unfortunately we don't have video advice for fitting a dishwasher element, however it's not too difficult. You'll need to remove the panel below the door of the dishwasher and remove the connections to the element from that side. Then, remove the lower basket, and you'll be able to access the element and remove it.

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water not heating I think it is this element

By malg - - 21 May 2010
  • On my AEG 50860, the element is at the back of the dishwasher. If you remove the bottom back panel you will see it, attached to its input/output pipes by two steel circlips. You'll need a pair of molegrips or strong pliers to undo the circlips. By Anonymous - London - 11 October 2010
  • eSparesMalindi from eSpares
    eSparesMalindi at eSpares says...

    We cannot give out technical advice unfortunately. Please contact an engineer for support with identifying the fault with your appliance and for fitting of the replacement part.

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can you suggest the next move ?

By Glynne Jones - consett - 26 May 2017
  • Dean from eSpares
    Dean at eSpares says...

    For information on this problem see our diagnosis video: How to Diagnose Dishwasher leaking and heating problems http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/3/2083

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What should I replace? water heater or the thermostat. thanks

By AD - Glasgow - 13 March 2015
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    For information on this problem see our diagnosis video: How to Diagnose Dishwasher leaking and heating problems http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/3/2083

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Hello. Every so often the water does not heat up and the dry cycle doesn't either. If I run it for a few cycles without detergent etc then the heater starts working again for a week or so (I run a wash at least once a day). Then goes cold again. Obviously the element works, so what do you think this could be please?

By Jon - Wiltshire - 29 September 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    The most likely problem is either a poor soldered (dry) joint on the control board heater relay or burnt and failing contacts on that relay.

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