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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
don't know how old your dryer is, but may have a 'moisture sensor', as well as a 'temperature sensor'. size of load should not make a difference, unless you're using 'no heat' or 'touch-up' setting. 140-148 seems pretty hot for the settings you listed! try 'sensor' on those settings, and see if the outcome is better! if still overheats, then you have a sensor fault, and need it repaired! as i've suggested to people on other problems- if your appliance is still under warranty- let whirlpool (sears?) fix the problem.
keep your filter clean, vacuum out your duct-work, make sure your external 'exhaust flaps' aren't jammed!
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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