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Zanussi TCE 7276 W Condensing Dryer

Dryer trips out after a couple of minutes drying time. It will only run properly on a 10 minute cooling cycle. I think it may have some kind of overheat safety cut off some where but i`m not sure which part this is. I have checked the circuit board and there does not appear to be any damage and the wiring and connections seem ok and in good order. The only problem being that it trips out on a drying cycle. Could this be overheating and causing it to cut out?
Please e-mail me, my address is james.baskerville@sky.com
The actual model is Zanussi TCE7276W Condenser Dryer

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Hi i have a problem with the zanussi 7276w model all lights are on ready to start but the tumble dryer will not start

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