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Will not heat - Roper REX463JQ0

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I have replaced all sensors, the heating element and even the timer and I still get zero heat out of this thing. If there was a little item that could be replaced when you take the back off..I replaced it. So now I have no clue why it will not heat.

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REX463JQ0
maybe
REX4634JQ0 ?

First, check and re-set your House Circuit Breakers for the Dryer.
Then test for 120v AC from each of the Outer Terminals to the Center Terminal, of the Power Cord Terminal Strip on the Dryer.

Set the Dryer to run a normal Heat Cycle.
Open the Dryer Door and / or remove Drum if necessary to access parts for voltage testing.
Measure for 120v AC [to chassis (ground)] from each side of each of those parts.

 

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Well guess I will have to call in back up for all that..me and electricity do not get along. For the model # it is what I listed, double checked when you added the 4 on the end of 463. But I do really appreciate the troubleshooting suggestion because I am at a dumb founded.

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Awesome! Resetting the breaker, opening the door, putting on a normal cycle did it...yahooo! No more quarters to dry cloths!

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