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Dryer won't go past sensing and dry

Model GEW9868..has console at top that shows what it's doing..will run and never goes onto dry...just sets at sensing, so won't get hot or dry.

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HI. you will need to replace two devices here. the thermistor assembly and the Moisture sensor bar. these two components are faulty and, replacing these components will correct this issue.

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