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this is the stat (Tod) for short it has over loaded and is no longer working this is under the lid on top but its not an easy fix it involves taking the top drying compartment apart to get at it big job if you not mechanically minded OK but that's the problem
You need to get a long handled t-15 driver or a t-15 bit and a bit holder and extension for a 1/4" drive socket set (12" or longer extension) to get this apart. There are only something like 6 pcs in there and once you get it apart, cleaning it is very easy. Here's a good website on how to take it apart and put it back together. I have done this and it makes a difference. Be sure to sanitize everything once you have it apart. Takes out any funky smells.
We don't take these apart we just hose them out really well then let them dry for 4-5 days before use. While hosing out lean on right side at first then stand on right end, till water runs clear. Open lid and stand with rear cover down ( paper tray in air)
remove screws, pull apart, let air dry or try drying with hair dryer. don't recommend pulling screen apart. There is several layers of the screen. It is hard to remember what order the screen layers go. But still take apart for better drying.