Question about Dryers
First remove the vents ductwork totally and clean if neccessary. The dryer has a moister sensor that shuts the heat off. If the vent is clogged full of lint it will shut down causing your problem. If the vent has a clean flow through it the sensor is at fault
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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