Question about Roper Dryers
I've got power to dryer. checked thermal fuse, that's ok. I know I put one probe on the light blue wire on term "B".....but where do I put the other probe wire to check for 110 volts ??
Anywhere you can see bare metal on the dryer itself. The dryer chasis should be well grounded and this will show you a difference in potential if its there.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Gas Dryer not heating
You will have to replace "BOTH" of those gas solinoids. First, be absolutely sure that you "TURN OFF THE GAS". Then be sure the unit is unplugged. Remove the phillips head screws, remove the small metal top bracket, and slide the coil up and off. Then replace the coil, rehook your wire, and replace the metal holder. Upon testing, be sure to turn your gas back on. The first time it may act like it wont start, but let it cycle through a couple times to remove air. Good Luck And Be Safe. Jim
Posted on Sep 07, 2007
Recheck for 220 at plug. May have tripped breaker.
PULL PLUG FIRST!!
Remove rear panel. Check for continuity at white thermal fuse located near bottom center on the blower housing. It should close to 0 resistance. Also check hi-limits on side of heater housing. Also should be close to 0 resistance. If any are open, replace and clear venting. Also remove 4 screws on bottom of filter housing and pull bottom of housing out. Reach in and remove lint.
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
SOURCE: Dryer will not start
Go to the breaker panel and make sure the neutral is making good contact. Especially check for corrosion. If it is good there, look for other connections between breaker panel and dryer. It seem to me you have a bad neutral somewhere.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
2 more things could be wrong,check the blower box to see if you have a thermister thermostat on it,check that with your omns meter,the other thing is the motor is no longer strong enough to turn the drum and it heat up and tips off,let me know what you find-mike
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: Kenmore Dryer - No Heat
110 comes from the motor 110 comes from the timer remove the wire that comes from the motor see if you have 110 if you do the timer is bad if not the motor is. even if the motor is turning its bad
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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