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Stops during cycle

The Dry cycle leds on my DSXH47EG1WW flash within the first 20 seconds after starting, they flash for about 2 seconds, go out, then about 10 - 15 seconds flash again for a second, then on the third flashing, the entire dryer stops, and all the mode leds flash. Sometimes it beeps, sometimes not...suspect a control module, but the cost prevents my replacement. Any ideas?

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