How do you replace the heating element in a Roper dryer?


In replacing a Roper dryer heating element, first is to prepare the tools and materials needed. Turn off the dryer and locate the heating element to be replaced. This can be found at the back part of the dryer and can be accessed by removing the back panel. Remove the back panel then unscrew the mountings of the heating element situated at the right part of the back panel.
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How to Replace the Heating Element in a Roper Dryer
Occasionally, the heating element on the Roper dryer will wear out or break, preventing the dryer from heating up. The Roper dryer uses a 27 inch heating element, located in the front of the dryer below the drum. Replacing the heating element in the... More »
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