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This sounds like it is on a permanent press cycle. When it says end the clothes are dry.
Having said that....... If it is NEW this is a warranty repair. The moisture sensor is most likely the culprit causing the end of cycle trigger pre-maturely. Check around the moisture sensor for anything like bobby pins, straight pins, toothpicks (i.e anything foreign. Check the 2 strips and along the edges thoroughly for any foreigen matter.
If it is 2nd hand the moisture sensor is probably bad and passing false dry signals to the control. Again check for foreign debris before even thinking about replacing parts.
If you find nothing then before you buy parts there is a test for the moisture sensor. Just respond here and we can go from there.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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