Sensor was burnt out
James N. • Defiance, OH • June 12, 2014
My Repair & Advice
I called a local repair man and asked a few questions. He said to bypass the sensors and see if it worked. That would tell me if the sensor was bad. It was the case, so I ordered the sensor and replaced it. It now works fine and I saved myself having to buy another dryer and moving it.
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