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Thread: DBVH512EF4WW Drum does not turn intermittently -- possibly overheating

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    I decided the new dryer was too expensive so we went ahead and replaced the motor with the model you linked to. Unfortunately, the problem is still there. The dryer stops working after its been run long enough to get warm.

    Any other suggestions on what the problem might be?

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    That's very strange, that should of fixed it.

    Well, the only other part it can be is the main control board, but Its No Longer Available.

    You can return the motor for a full refund, less shipping.

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