Question about Bosch Dryers
Make sure your vent work isn't clogged with lint. This will slow airflow down and cause the temperature sensor (thermostat) to open due to excessively high temperature in the filter chamber of the dryer. This is a good thing because you could otherwise have a fire! Shorten any flexible pieces of ductwork as much as possible. This will help increase the flow of air. Go to where the vent discharges (outside usually) and feel for airflow. A piece of paper should bend about 30 or 40 degrees if you have good air flow. Once you've done this and the problem still persists then you may have a bad temperature limiter which opens prematurely and doesn't reset in a proper amount of time. This is about a $12.00 part but you have to pull the front of the dryer off to get to it. It's in the vent chamber. Remove the lint filter and you should see a small silver button looking device (1/2" circle) near the bottom. That's the culprit. Simply take it out and go to RepairClinic.com and you should be able to find this part there. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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