Question about Roper REX4634KQ Electric Dryer
3 year old roper dryer. first time do-it-yourselfer. I took the back panel off and checked the heating element (no breaks). I'm on my way to buy a voltage meter tomorrow morning to check voltage on the cut-off fuse and the thermostat. Is there a trick to getting the wires out of the housing? I can't dislodge them from the fuse or the thermometer with just a little force and am not entirely sure that they're supposed to come out at all. A basic question, but isn't that how all do-it-yourselfers start? Thanks for all your help - this is a great forum.
You may have a bad fuse or t-stat but and I am not trying to be funny have you checked the circuit breakers? It takes two to make an electric dryer operate one makes it run the other makes it heat.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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