Dryer Repairs & Maintenance
Need Appliance Service? Our Technicians Have You Covered!
Dryers can quickly dry clothes and other items, making them a very important appliance in your home. When you and your family become dependent on this modern laundry room convenience, it can be very frustrating if problems occur. It can also be costly to keep these energy hungry appliances running when they aren’t operating efficiently. You may see spikes in your energy bills if dryers aren’t in top shape.
If you’re looking for expert dryer repair services, be sure to call Mr. Appliance® at 888.998.2011 today.
Repairing Both Gas & Electric Dryers
Dryers consist of a rotating drum called a tumbler, which works by circulating heated air through items and causing moisture to evaporate. The humid air produced from this process is pushed through the venting system to the outside of your house, making room for dry air to enhance the drying process.
There are two main types of dryers that we can fix:
- Electric - These dryers cost a little less up front and are also easier and less expensive to install. Exhaust requirements are very minimal, needing only steam venting.
- Gas - Dryers operating on natural gas or propane cost a bit more up front than electric dryers but less to run over the lifetime of the appliance. Specialized venting is required.
Depending on which type of dryer you have, our team of technicians will provide a quick diagnosis and viable solution for the problem. Trust your dryer repairs and services to us now!
Common Dryer Issues We Fix
Noticed problems with your dryer? From minor issues to major repairs, Mr. Appliance can make sure you get the services you need to whip your laundry room appliance back into shape.
Call our technicians if you notice any of the following:
Your dryer won't run.
When your dyer won’t work, check to see if it is unplugged or if a circuit break has been tripped. You may also have a bad thermostat, damaged terminal block, or broken start switch.
Your dryer isn't producing heat.
If your dryer drum is spinning but not producing any heat, it may be due to a bad fuse, temperature switch, thermostat, or heating coils.
The drum doesn't spin.
If the motor in your dryer is running effectively, but the drum doesn’t spin, it most likely due to a broken belt. A bad roller, motor, or idler pulley could also be the cause.
Your dryer gets too hot.
A dryer that gets too hot is a potentially dangerous situation and should be addressed immediately. A bad thermostat, clogged vents, or faulty heating coils could lead to this threat.
Dryer Parts Our Team Can Replace
When you call on Mr. Appliance, we can provide replacements for:
- Heating coils
- Idler pulleys
- Temperature switches
Prevent high energy bills, inconvenient breakdowns, and safety issues by scheduling regular professional maintenance with Mr. Appliance today! Our family-friendly, dedicated technicians can quickly and efficiently handle all of your dryer repair and maintenance needs.