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Automatic drying is not working on GE Mod DPSR473EW0ww. I assume sensor may be defective. where is it located.

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Timer is not turning and you still have some heat coming into the dryer??Remove the vent hose from the dryer for 1 load .Is the timer moving now??Your vent is clogged up. Please Rate This !!

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