08:19PM | 10/26/07
Member Since: 10/25/07
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I have strange problem with my roper dryer model res7646kq2, type dwjr-ele-2406028-fm54. After running about 10 min. it shuts off breaker switch(30A). Motor seamed to be running ok. When running on cool down cycle runs ok. I think it has to do something with heater core (not sure what is correct term) what could be possibly wrong?



09:20AM | 10/27/07
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** After running about 10 min. it shuts off breaker switch (30A). Motor seamed to be running ok. When running on cool down cycle runs ok. I think it has to do something with heater. what could be possibly wrong? **

I think you either have a bad breaker (opening prematurely) or a bad connection in the breaker panel generating heat which then trips the breaker.

If there was a problem in the dryer causing the breaker to trip, it would usually trip as soon as the dryer was started or as soon as it started heating, not just after a while.


Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



10:20AM | 10/27/07
Member Since: 10/25/07
2 lifetime posts
I was suspecting that braker may cause problem . It looks like somebody who lived here before mesup braker swich panel. I just found big hole under panel that was covered with a garbage.

Thanks a lot.


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