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After looking at the schematic of this machine it seems that the door AND the control board have to work perfectly together in order for the safety mechanisms to operate correctly. You may have a bad control board or a loose wire. The best thing to do is look closely at a schematic and make sure that everything looks right. here is a blueprint: http://www.pcappliancerepair.com/model/index.php?id=FWT449GFS1
No the problem is not solved. Sorry to say there are alot of people out there who will help without paying someone for a small email. Electrician lives next door and he is coming over today to stop the timer. Guess what, wont cost me anything.
seems like the door safety switch is stuck. open door and look for it, a little dowel, see if it is clicking on and off. to test, open door, let the drier buzz and try pushing the little switch in and out.
Common problem. Clean the moulding as best you can, even scour with steel wool. Leave the door open so the machine will be dry when not in use or/and wipe the rubber after each use. You can try to cover up the odour by wiping with a rag moistened with vanilla essence. Otherwise fit a new rubber and keep it dry in future.