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Lint sensor I have power to the motor and control board but still won't cycle

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I am assuming that by "won't cycle" you are saying that the drum will not turn? The most common reason for this would be a defective door switch. If you are technically competent to determine you have power at the motor and control board, then you are likely competent enough to jumper out the doorswitch and test accordingly. If the dryer "cycles" by jumpering out the door switch, you have a defective door switch.

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