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Samsung Electric Dryer is in flow sensing mode. It turns on, briefly, and then turns off again. The dryer is only 3 months old. Is something wrong with it? The manual shows nothing about this.

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Since no help was available without premium assistance, I actually contacted a repairman. He performed all the tests again and told me the problem was the control board. Then wanted $600 to fix. I found the part online for $150 and fixed it myself in about an hour. Instructions were easy.

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

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I have had the same problem with mine, they (being the repairman) came out and have replaced the sensor and the board and it still does this, they said that there is nothing else that they can do. Don't know what I am going to do from here

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the belt on the drum could be broken

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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try running a diagnostic on the dryer. You do this by making sure the power is off. Then push one of the sensor buttons (not the pause/cancel)
hold for 3 sec.
let go for 3 sec.
hold for 3 sec.
let go for 3 sec.
hold for 3 sec.
the lights will come on and 88 will show in the LED window. Then it should give you a F code.This website has a list of the codes and other instructions. http://fixitnow.com/wp/2007/06/19/whirlpool-duet-sport-dryer-diagnostics-and-fault-codes/
I ran the Diagnostic and it reset my machine and now runs fine. ( I had F-02) stuck button.
hope this helps

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