Question about Dryers
Our Roper dryer cord melted. It is melted just in one of the prongs, but nowhere else. What could have caused this?
Is this a defective power supply cord and how do I get the company to repay me for the cost of the new cord I had to purchase and install?
The power Supply cord is:
Smart Choice (a check mark is also on the cord).
The number on the cord is: E184278-A AP-202 30A-125V/250V
andthe tag reads:
05/03 UL E184278
1Piece Power Supply Cord
Issue No. BW 8345
Printed in the U.S.A.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
The power cord overheats and melts due to a failing power cord receptacle (the contacts loosen over time). To correct this problem, the receptacle and power cord should be replaced.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
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