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#1 Posted : Saturday, April 13, 2024 11:00:21 AM(UTC)

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Have a DLEX5780WE lg dryer shutting off before the clothes are dry. After looking online and testing the moisture sensor I found out that they didn't have very good conductivity continuity. I replaced this but the same thing is happening. I checked continuity on the new sensors and they are working perfectly. I plugged and unplugged the harness a couple of times to make sure I had pressed it in completely and didn't miss anything. After about 5 to 10 minutes the dryer stops as if the clothes were dry.  Timed dry seems to be working give. I'm doing to check again, but had checked exhaust for clogs or something and everything was fine,(minimal lint only)
What am I missing?
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#2 Posted : Thursday, April 18, 2024 8:42:30 AM(UTC)
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If the sensor bars have continuity with each other when bridged with a damp cloth, the main control EBR76542943 would be the most likely cause of failure. Since the unit is operating properly in a timed dry, the failure is specifically in the sensor portion which would consist of the control and the bars.
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