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You need to check the moisture sensors on the unit see if they are plugged in and not broken and check the wiring from them to the board as well. Secondly try to run the unit in a TIMED dry mode and see if it runs the cycle if so then you know it is a moisture sensor issue for sure.
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Can you turn it back on right after it stops?
Does it do it if you set it to AIR DRY?
I am not sure about this one and it may take a bit of time to sort through it, let me see if another tech has any thoughts on it.