More likely, possibly a problem with the venting (see the following link) or a problem in the dryer.dryer only has a maximum 20-30 minute cycle and that doesnt dry the clothes in time.
maybe the heat needs to be higher?
LINK > How long can my dryer vent be?
If the clothing was too wet at the end of a wash cycle, it would take the dryer longer to dry them. Make sure the washer is spinning properly.it takes 3-6 of those cycles to get a large load done
1. The venting.What do I check/repair first?
2. The venting
3. The venting
4. The washer's spin function.
5. That the dryer's element is glowing red hot and the whole element, not just part(s) of it. (it could be partially shorted to ground allowing only part of it too heat).
6. That the dryer's drum seals are in good condition and not leaking.
7. The temperature of the dryer's exhaust in case one of the thermostats is malfunctioning.
Roper dryers are made by Whirlpool. Whirlpool has a good repair manual for their dryers which might help in isolating the cause or at least servicing it.Im an amateur, but a do-it-yourselfer.
LINK > Whirlpool Gas and Electric Dryer Repair Manual
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