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Ive rinsed the bottom filter as advised and dryer still shuts off

I have the Asko T702 dryer and it stays on for all of 1 minute then shuts off. I have removed the 2 bottom screws and rinsed the filter off with hot water and still I cannot dry my very wet clothing.

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Also wash the door filter,it may need to be serviced

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