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Alarm Keeps Sounding

When my dryer is in mid cycle an 'Alarm' keeps sounding about every five minutes. We have had this machine for a number of years now but this is the first time we have heard this. It appears to be happening more frequently every day - started at once per cycle,around two weeks ago, now nearly every five minutes. Any help solving this would be gratefully appreciated Paul

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