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Bosch WTA3200GB/01 not completing drying cycle

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My tumble dryer started to malfunction. It runs for around 10-45 minutes with the drying LED lit solid. After this time, the LED will flash and the dryer needs to be reset to continue. It will eventually dry but needs resetting up to 15 times! I assumed it was the moisture sensor in the front but A) what is the part number for this and B) could it be something else?

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  • rojbarker Dec 05, 2007

    Thanks, I'll give that a go. I have cleaned it out before and admittedly that helped for a little bit.

    If I stick it on the fixed 30-min setting, it runs fine - shame there isn't an hour long one!

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It could be that it needs delinting, check the filter and the vent hose, remove the hose and put your hand up the channel and remove any lint, also check any other vents etc.

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