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If unit's exhaust vent gets partially obstructed, the unit shuts down after about ten minutes of operation in sensor mode and will not restart until unit cools down. Then it shuts down again after a short run time and so on. Unit works okay in timed dry mode. Suspect moisture sensor but not sure. Any way to check??

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... Unit works okay in timed dry mode.

Shuts down the Drum Motor ?

Doesn't make sense ...

I can't find any service info for that model,

but the Dryness Sensor wouldn't shut it down and need to cool off before re-starting ..

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either Motor thermal overload (bad Motor) Buzzer stll wotks ?

or one of the Thermal devices .(bad Venting)

Shouldn't matter if Sensor nor Timed Dry

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