No one likes dealing with a malfunctioning electric dryer. Don't let wet laundry ruin your day - call the reliable technicians at Mr. Appliance® of Rochester, MN for expert repair service.
Whether your dryer isn't heating up or you're experiencing other issues, our trained professionals have the knowledge and skills to fix it.
Don't let your energy bill go up or your clothes go unwashed - get your electric dryer repaired today!
Choose the Right Dryer: Gas or Electric
Discover the key distinctions between gas and electric dryers from Mr. Appliance® of Rochester, MN.
- Electric dryers offer affordability, while energy costs may vary depending on your location. Enjoy simple installation and potentially reduced emissions as renewable energy sources replace fossil fuels over time.
- Gas dryers require a higher upfront investment but prove more economical after approximately five years. However, be aware of increased greenhouse gas emissions and potential carbon monoxide risks.
Make an informed decision on your dryer based on your needs and environmental concerns. Trust us to service both gas and electric dryers.
Get the Best Electric Dryer Service
No matter what type of electric dryer you have, our expert technician in Rochester will arrive fully equipped and ready to fix any problem. We'll not only explain the issue, but also provide you with valuable maintenance tips to prevent future issues. If a repair isn't the best solution, we'll give you honest advice on whether replacement is a better option.
Types of electric dryers we service:
We service top brand electric dryers:
If you have a gas dryer, check out our gas dryer services.
Looking for Dryer Parts? Find the Right One!
Don't worry if your electric dryer is acting up - it might just need a simple fix. We specialize in providing homeowners with the most commonly needed dryer parts. Check out our selection:
- Idler pulleys
- Heating coils
- Temperature switches
Frequently Asked Questions
Having trouble with your electric dryer? Here are some possible solutions.
My electric dryer won't start. What's wrong with it?
There could be a simple fix like a tripped circuit breaker or a loose plug. However, it's also possible that a broken start switch or a faulty thermostat is causing the issue.
Why is my electric dryer not heating?
If your dryer is not producing heat, it may indicate a problem with the fuse, temperature switch, thermostat, or heating coil. These issues typically require professional repair, so trust Mr. Appliance® of Rochester to handle it for you.
Why is my electric dryer drum not turning?
If the motor is running but the drum is not spinning, the most likely culprit is a broken belt. However, a faulty roller, motor, or idler pulley could also be to blame.
Do electric dryers need a vent?
Most electric dryers require a vent to expel the warm, moist air and lint. Typically, this vent leads to the outdoors. However, there are electric "ventless dryers" available that function as hot air vacuums, utilizing room-temperature air to dry your clothes.
How can I tell if my dryer is gas or electric?
If your dryer is only connected to a heavy-duty electric plug that runs into a 220V outlet, it is an electric dryer. However, if you also have a thin connector, typically stainless steel, in addition to the electric wire, then you have a gas dryer.