Question about Roper Dryers
If it gets hot but won't dry, it will always be some form of blockage in the venting system. That could be a smashed vent hose, lint clog in the hose or the exit opening outside, a bird has built a nest in your outside vent, the hose run is very long before exiting to the outside, etc.
If no heat, could be the element, could be a thermal fuse, could be a burned wire and in VERY RARE cases it can even be the motor even though the dryer comes on and turns.
Sometimes you have a home electrical problem where your 220 outlet is providing power to the motor but not to the element.
Posted on May 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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