Question about Roper Dryers
Will not spin out water after the final cycle
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: final spin cycle
Lots of possibilities to check out before considering a problem with the machine: Is the load unsorted, too big or off balance? Drain restricted or too high? Oversudsed? Water draining completely out before going into spin?
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
SOURCE: Roper Washing machine model #
Great question, here is your answer. You have to open the console (usually 2 screws in the front or back where the console meets the top of the washer) Pull the bottom of the console towards you and swing it up. Remove the 2 brass colored clips underneath by pushing down with a large screwdriver at the point where it goes into the top of the machine and press down while simultaniously pushing towards the rear. Now there will be a connector with a white, green and gray wires in it. Unplug this connector. Now tilt the top of the washer towards you (the top, front and sides all come off as one assembly) The washer will fill with water, but you will not be able to drain it unless you install a wire between the white and gray wires on the machine side. ( I would do this with the unit un-plugged and make sure you have a good connection by spinning it before you add any water. Likely the leak will be coming from the pump (white peice of plastic in the lower front with 2 black hoses going to it). If so, pry the two clips off the pump with a screw driver. Put the pump over a bowl to catch any remaining water. Squeeze the clamps on the hoses with a pair of pliers to remove them. A replacement part is availible at a local appliance part store or on line from the manufacture's web site.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
When you turn it on listen for a clicking sound. If you don't here that. The electric igniter needs replaced. And sometimes theres a circitboard that goes bad. But its gas, and there fore very dangeruse. FOR YOUR SAFETY IF YOUR NOT EXPERANCED WITH GAS APP. GET A PRO TO WORK ON IT.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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