Question about Roper REK2950W Electric Dryer
At first I thought it was the dryer outlet, but that was not the case. I checked the three wires (red, black, and white) to ground and everything came out good. From white to black I got 115 and from white to red I got 115. I know I have power, but what else can I check. I know it is not heating up so I think it is the heating element. Could the cut-off switches be open. I have two switches on the heating element casing side.
Frist need to check red and black for 220 at dryer cord the attached to dryer and see if you get 220 the way you discribed it can still be gettiong only 110 .. will bleed back from other side and give false reading.
check the hi limit themofuse on buner.. towards top on burner for continuity... check the burner thermostate, cycleing theomstate on outlet vent.. post if need more help
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
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