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Roper Drier no heat and continuous run for two hours

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My drier recently devolped the problem of 1. no heat at all and 2. it runs for more than two hours continuously.
Please give me some solution.

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  • jeffsandy4 Oct 29, 2008

    where exactly is that reset button?

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    my drier has no heat

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Your drier heating elements operates on 220 voltage, the drum and clock operate on 110, so you either have a blown fuse in one side of the fuse box ( easy fix )some time the circuit breaker will just need to be reset by turning it off and back on, or your heating elemant has opened up and will be more expences to fix, or it could just be a wire end has burned off. unplug plug from outlet remove back from drier and have a look see, and if bychance you have forgotten to clean your link trap if could be a high temp safety that has open and sometimes can be reset by pushing the reset button, all this is inside the back of the drier, if after that it may be time to call your friendly repair shop

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