Question about Roper REX4634KQ Electric Dryer
I have a brand new roper dryer that the fuses are always dying on me at least once a month i have to change. I have 220 going into the dryer what do I look for to solve this issue.
The fuses are doing a great job 4U, they burn up instead of U or your dryer.
If you having this problem is because these a bad circuit, please be sure to talk to a relative or a friend about this electric issue.
I also found this
(check that the fuses are firmly seated, clean the contacts if they look dirty). Fuse contacts are not designed to heat up and will eventually "burn-in" when they become resistive.
Fuses will protecting you n your love once against fire because eventually wit out it will cause fire.
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Posted on May 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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