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It sounds to me like your temperature sensor is bad, but it may also be the one in the motor overheat protection. this could be caused by some small object jammed between the turning drum and the frame of your machine. if the machine seems to work fine, but shuts down after a few minutes, it should be a cheap fix, heat sensors are not that expensive. best luck to you.

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