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My Miele T9800 dryer always spins, even when door is open. I have to unplug it to get it to stop, but it starts spinning again immediately when I plug it back in.

The panel follows the correct logic and process as before. "Check vent" light isn't on.

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There is a door switch, it must be defective.

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