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If the aire being expelled is humid then this suggests that the unit if working fine. if clothes are still damp then maybe give them a second spin before putting in the drier, or dry them for longer. Also try putting less in the drier and drying in two loads.
It may be something stuck in the drum, ie a bra wire, which would have extra weight on it whilst the clothes are wet. If this is the case, it will need looking at sooner, rather than later, as it will just be causing further internal damage
Hi - it seems likely the moisture sensor unit is faulty, reason?
Well Miele dryers after you start up will actually try to work out the amount of moisture in the dryer, it will calcualte the time & temp required to correctly dry the load in the machine. I suspect the sensor is not functioning proper.
I will assume there are no messages or other indications or flashing lights on the right side of the knob - it would be nice to plug my laptop to it and find out for sure..
You have cleaned the heat exchanger unit in the bottom corner of the dryer, the filter in the door and the two on the bottom of the door opening..
Despite all of these I would lean on the faulty sensor as the most likely culprit.
You may have to locate the nearest Miele service agent to help you out...
Make sure you check the obvious things first. Make sure your dryer vent is completely clear of any blockage, from the dryer to the outside of the house. Any built up lint or kinks will cause this problem. If thats not the case, it will be an electrical issue and should be taken to a repair man as to get a warranty on the work done. Hope this helps some.