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My Eurotech EDC158 dryer's heating element stays on when cycle is complete. With power switch on and the cycle complete or the cycle selector/timer dial turned to "off", the heating element stays on. Turning the power switch off or opening the door will turn the element off. Is this a problem with the timer, or the control board?

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