Question about Dryers
Sensor has wax buildup on it Dryer thinks clothes is dry. Shuts down. Get busy cleaning the sensor strips with windex or 409 The strips are located inside the dryer below the filter on most models. The way it works is wet clothes rub the sensor strips which discharges a capacitor on the dryness sensor board. As long as the capacitor is being discharged from the wet clothes the control knows to keep on a truckin. if no moisture is sensed then the capacitor will achieve a full charge and the control will proceed to end of cycle after a cool down period. Clean the sensor bars and party on.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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