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Hello Does the problem happen in timed drying as well as automatic drying?If it happens in all modes I would suspect a high limit thermostat is tripping. Especially if it starts back up after cooling down. Check for clogged or obstructed vent hose .Make sure your getting good air flow from blower to the outside.If you have flexible hose make sure there is no water collected in it.Make sure lint screen is clean.It may be time to take off back panel and check for massive dust deposits.If ok ,then with the back is off you can put a volt meter on timer side of thermostat or stats and turn on dryer . When flame cuts out at 2 minutes ,see what volt meter says .If voltage good there then the problem is high limit thermostat or bad igniter or bad gas valve.If no voltage then then the problem is with moisture sensor.
2 possible reasons, either the towels have not been spun at a high enough speed and are too wet, or the dryer is not getting hot enough because it is not switched to a high enough heat setting or there is a partial element or thermostat or humidity sensor failure.
You should spin your towels as fast as you can, 1000 MINIMUM but 1400 or more is better. Did it ever work? Is it a new drier? Is it getting hot? 45 mins is a short time anyway to dry a full load of towels.