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#1 shzozodog

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Posted Today, 01:58 PM

Dryer shuts off after a couple of minutes, will start again after 10-15 min and shut off after couple of minutes. Initial thought was lint problem.  Replaced vent tube, took drum out cleaned inside and inside the door housing where lint travels. Manually cleaned WE4300 T-Stat, Outlet Bkup Org sensor and WE4M336 Thermistor Outlet Cnt. Same outcome.

Replaced WE4300 T-Stat, Outlet Bkup Org sensor.  It ran, but I smelled something heating up (electrical smell). It ran and I could and I could stop and restart dryer a few times which was different than before. (Another symptom before cleaning was you could not stop and restart without waiting until something reset). Needing someones direction.  Wife is getting very tired of my inept DYI itness.



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Posted Today, 05:35 PM

Do you have the tech sheet to put it into service mode? You getting any error codes? Does the dryer present the same symptoms in time dry mode and sensor drying mode?


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#3 shzozodog

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Posted Today, 05:40 PM

Just found that tech sheet today. Thanks. Will let you know tomorrow.



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Posted Today, 07:47 PM

Got into service mode. Not being to familiar with navigating I was in the t02 or t03 area when it gave me me an E60 door switch error. Went through more t0 numbers and at t04 gave me a EEP which I believe is ok. Then as I was going through more I have a E01 that wont disappear which is EEPROM failure. Definitely need help on that one. Manual sights it as critical failure.




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