Electric Dryer Repair Service in Lee County, FL

Don't let a malfunctioning electric dryer dampen your laundry day. Whether your dryer is not heating or experiencing any other issues, our team of trusted technicians at Mr. Appliance® of Lee County can help.

When you choose us for your electric dryer repair service, you can expect expert care from trained professionals. Our technicians have the knowledge and skills to diagnose and fix any problem.

Experience the convenience of scheduling an appointment online. We offer upfront pricing and guarantee our workmanship, so you can trust that you're getting the best service for your money.

Say goodbye to wet laundry and high energy bills. Contact us today for reliable electric dryer repair service in Lee County.

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Gas vs. Electric Dryers: Which is Right for You?

When it comes to choosing a dryer, there are two main options to consider: gas or electric. At Mr. Appliance® of Lee County, we offer services for both.

Here's what you need to know about each type:

  • Electric dryers may have a lower initial cost, but the energy expenses can be slightly higher, depending on your location's rates. On the plus side, electric dryers are easier to install and can potentially produce fewer emissions as renewable energy sources replace coal and natural gas over time.
  • Gas dryers, on the other hand, run on natural gas or propane. While they may come with a higher upfront price tag, they tend to be more economical in the long run (typically after around five years). However, it's important to note that gas dryers emit more greenhouse gases and carry a potential risk of carbon monoxide exposure.

Don't worry - whichever type of dryer you choose, we got you covered.

Expert Electric Dryer Repair Services

No matter what type of electric dryer you have, our experienced technicians have the tools and knowledge to fix any problem. We'll provide a clear explanation of the issue at hand and offer advice on preventive maintenance to avoid future problems. If a replacement is a better option than a repair, we'll let you know.

We service the following types of electric dryers:

  • Front-loading
  • Top-loading
  • Vented
  • Ventless

We specialize in repairing the most popular electric dryer brands:

  • Samsung
  • Maytag
  • LG
  • Whirlpool
  • Kenmore
  • GE

If you have a gas dryer, we also offer gas dryer repair services. 

Looking for Dryer Parts?

Don't worry, your electric dryer might just need one part to get back up and running. Check out these common parts that we assist homeowners with:

  • Thermostats
  • Motors
  • Belts
  • Idler pulleys
  • Fuses
  • Timers
  • Heating coils
  • Rollers
  • Temperature switches 
  • Switches

Frequently Asked Questions About Electric Dryers

Need help with your electric dryer? We've got answers to common problems.

Why won't my electric dryer start?

If your electric dryer won't start, it could be a tripped circuit breaker or an unplugged machine. However, it might also be due to a broken start switch or a faulty thermostat.

What should I do if my electric dryer isn't heating?

If your electric dryer isn't heating, it could indicate a problem with the fuse, temperature switch, thermostat, or heating coil. These issues usually require professional repair, so rely on Mr. Appliance® of Lee County to handle it for you.

Why is the drum of my electric dryer not turning?

If the motor is running but the drum isn't spinning, a broken belt is likely the culprit. However, it could also be caused by a faulty roller, motor, or idler pulley.

Is a vent necessary for electric dryers?

Yes, nearly all electric dryers require a vent to expel the warm, moist air and lint. Most dryers vent to the outdoors. However, there are electric "ventless dryers" that function as hot air vacuums, pulling room-temperature air from your laundry room and using it to dry your clothes.

How can I determine if my dryer is gas or electric?

To determine if your dryer is gas or electric, check the cords. If your dryer only has a heavy-duty electric plug attached to it, running into a 220V outlet, it is an electric dryer. If you also have a thin stainless steel connector hooked into your dryer, in addition to the electric wire, you have a gas dryer.

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