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Thread: DV42H5000EW/A3 Samsung Electric Dryer Not Cooling During Cycle

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    The Normal setting starts with 40 minutes on the timer, hits 39 minutes and then quickly goes to Cooling so it only runs for about 3 minutes
    Sensor bars, could be coated, could have hair or something caught in one/them. Try cleaning them off as a good place to start.
    Failing those, then the board is probably bad for the automatic/moisture cycles only....esp since timed dry worked ok.

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    I had a sneaky suspicion I must not have plugged in the moisture sensors. Opened up the lint collector and saw it was plugged in?! Gave it a little tug and it popped right out so I didnít snap it together. I have a load to wash later so I will give an update when I dry the load. Once again thanks so much for your direction and assistance Jeff, you are my hero!

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    Please keep us posted.

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