Question about Roper REX5635E Dryer
Luke, before doing this, please disconnect your dryer from the electrical service. With the back panel removed...The thermal fuse is located on the blower housing, (lower left) and is white in color. If you have a multimeter, remove one of the 2 wires and check OHMS. If you read continuity, it's good. If it checks OK, go to your element can. There are two t'stats there on the left above the connectors for the element, check those the same as the thermal fuse. If any of these tests show anything other than OHMS, that's the problem. DOING THIS IS DANGEROUS. EXERCISE CAUTION. If you don't have a multimeter, you can pull both wires off of each of the t'stats individually and connect them together... essentially bypassing them one at a time. Then plug the dryer in and test it. If there is heat, you have isolated the faulty component. Let us know what you find.
Posted on Aug 04, 2007
SOURCE: I have replaced the heating
okay, sounds like it should. I would check the outlet to ensure I have the 220 volts, if I don't then this is the problem. If I have the 220 volts then i would remove the vent hose and feel if there is any hot air coming out. If not then I would say it may be something in the controls and would investigate behind the controls for a loose or burnt wire. Hope this helps Tim
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
SOURCE: I have a dle2532w and
You need to replace the operating thermostat along with the thermal fuse. This thermostat controls temperature in the drum and if it fails, it will just put out heat constantly without regard to temperature. Be sure to check the exhaust vent in the house walls to make sure they're cleaned. Good luck
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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