When you put your wet clothes in the dryer, you expect them to be dry in about an hour, especially when you’re on your last pair of clean socks. But here’s the thing: You’re going to keep wearing dirty socks, shirts and pants if your Roper dryer’s not heating. You might have a bad thermal fuse, insufficient voltage or something completely different. Luckily, Repair Clinic is here to ease your aggravation and ensure you get your Roper gas or electric dryer heating up just fine. We have a whole library of videos, including diagnostic, part testing and part replacement videos as well as troubleshooting tips. And once you figure out the problem, we'll ship you the part you need quickly so that your Roper dryer is back in business. Heck, we even have maintenance videos so that the only problem you won’t be able to solve is the mystery of the disappearing sock.