Question about Dryers
If you've made sure you have good air flow (you can feel air pressure on your hand where you dryer vents to the outside), try cleaning your moisture sensors. As you put your head inside the dryer drum, look on the rear wall or directly back towards where your lint screen is (depending on the manufacture and model). There should be 2 silver bars. These can get a coating on them over time and cause the machine to "think" the mositure is gone and shut itself off. Run the rough side of a sponge or a fine grit sand paper back and forth across both of them. Let me know if this takes care of it or if the problem persists, send me back your make and model.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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