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Runs for five minutes, then shuts off...

Is it the timer? This problem is the same for all settings - set the dial, push the button, and it runs for about five minutes, then shuts off.
Will check more possibilities this weekend, but the air flow seems to be fine.
Any suggestions?

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  • redifredy Feb 24, 2009

    I push the start button and as long as I hold it the machine runs. During it's running I can hear clicking. If I let go of start it stops. Any ideas?

  • Duane Grant
    Duane Grant May 11, 2010

    what does it sound like when you try to restart it? if it groans when you try to start it, its the motor.

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Bad motor is all it could be.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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