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Procombi 85he,cutting out on heating

Goes into lockout after 5 mins ,showing red,ihave already changed primery ntc,made no difference.

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Check the thermostats for continuity.

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SOURCE: Kenmore dryer 70 series flame ignites, but goes out after 5 mins

If it's gas, the coil valves get weak and are unable to hold themselves open when hot. First, check the exhaust vent. If it's clogged, it can't remove heat and it will shut off prematurely. Most likely the coil valves though.

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