My dryer overheats and blows high limit fuse mostly on casual heat mode. Clothes are very hot most of the time no matter what heat setting. Get an AF code on mostly casual setting but does not come on all the time. No restriction in duct system with excellent airflow out the vent. Have replaced thermistor and high limit fuse. Also did visual inspection of heating element with no broken or sagging coils and no grounding of the element. Connections all seem to be secure. Appliance repair man said most likely control board, but do not want to dump an additional $200.00 plus dollars into the machine if not sure. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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