Question about Roper Dryers
You probably did not dislodge a heating element but you may have a longer and/or restrictive path for your venting system than in your previous residence.. make sure your lint fuilter is clean, and then since you have an electric dryer, you can dry a load of clothes with the exhaust into the room ( as a temporary check) to see if the dryer is exhausting properly. If possible, open all windows in that area to move that humid air out. You'll probabl;y find that the dyer is OK and its a restrictive vent.. Hope that helps...
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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