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Condenser dryers are simple in operation. They use a heater element to force hot air to heat the clothes and turn the water to steam. That steam is turned back into water by drawing cold air into the machine and over the heat exchanger unit and into the drum. The problems with them is that they are slow to dry.
Your best bet is to call for service, and the problem is likely the sensor probe or one of the thermal cut out.
I would say check for a fuse blown. Not in your panel, but in the machine. These fuses could be bolt up or inline. But will always be accessible. Shine a light through it and it should make a solid and visible connection. If not, that's your culprit.
Where was the water leaking from ? Has it leaked onto the dryer electrical connections ? You need to check if there is a circuit board behind the fascia panel. please let me know these answers good luck