Are you having trouble getting your dryer working properly? At Mr. Appliance of Clermont and Apopka we understand how important it is to get your dryer back in working order, quickly and efficiently. Our technicians are fully trained professionals who can repair all major brands of dryers, so no matter what make or model you own, you know that help is just a phone call away.
Common issues with dryers
Many faults can arise with dryers, but some are more often than others. The following are some typical dryer problems:
- Not starting
- Not heating enough or at all
- Producing strange noises
- Taking too long to dry clothes
- Stopping mid-cycle
Why choose the dryer repair specialists at Mr. Appliance of Clermont and Apopka?
- Customer testimonials - Our clients reviews of our past work speaks for themselves.
- We provide a one-year parts and labor warranty for residential services, and all parts are worked and warranted.
- Pricing that is clear and upfront.
- Our dryer repair experts are knowledgeable, kind, punctual, and discreet in their job.
Get your dryer repaired right away so you can get back to normal life. Contact us online or call us!
We handle each dryer repair job with care and precision in order to provide our customers with a quick turnaround time on their repair work - because nobody likes waiting around for days for their dryer to be fixed! You can trust that when you come to us for all of your appliance needs, you’ll get fast service at a fair rate every single time.
How do you diagnose a dryer problem?
Diagnosing a dryer problem can be challenging if you don't know what to look for. To check if your dryer is working correctly, it’s best to start by removing any lint or debris that may have accumulated in the drum or filter. If it doesn't start or keeps stopping before the drying cycle ends, check to ensure that the power cord is well plugged into the wall outlet. If the dryer still doesn't turn on, the issue could be with the thermal fuse or door switch. The drum not spinning could be due to a worn drive belt, motor, or roller, while the dryer not heating could indicate a faulty heating element or thermostat.
How long should a dryer last?
On average, a dryer should last about 10-15 years, depending on how well you maintain it. Regular cleaning of the lint trap, vent, and ductwork is essential to ensure that the dryer lasts longer. If you notice that your dryer is beginning to wear down before the 10-year mark, it’s best to call for preventive maintenance to address any developing issues.
What are some simple DIY solutions to fix common dryer problems?
There are some DIY solutions that you can use to fix common dryer problems. For example, if the dryer stops mid-cycle or doesn’t heat up, it may just need a thermal fuse or heating element replacement. Alternatively, if the drum is not spinning, you may need to replace the motor, drive belt, or roller. If the problem persists, it may be best to call a professional for help.
Call us today for exceptional service on your next dryer repair job! Or fill out the form online and one of our friendly representatives will be in touch shortly!