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Asko T731 sensor suuts off the dryer prematurely

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You need chek are clean folow:
1-line chute assembly.
2-housing blower.
3- pipe duct .

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Welcome to FixYa.

The first thing which comes to mind is this, have you brought this machine into north america from overseas ?

I ask because this is a problem which can manifest from the motor operating on 60hz cycle but designed for a 50hz cycle.

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