Discovering your clothes dryer is malfunctioning is beyond annoying, especially when you have a washing machine full of wet clothing. Although you may be tempted to self-diagnose the problem, hiring a professional repair company is the safest and fastest way to get your dryer fixed. If your appliance is experiencing any of the symptoms listed below, our well-trained technicians can get it back up and running in no time.
Dryer Won't Start
Finding out that your dryer isn't starting doesn't necessarily mean you need to purchase a new appliance. Oftentimes, a blown out thermal fuse can cause your clothes dryer to no longer function. A thermal fuse is a safety device that protects your appliance from overheating. If the fuse has blown, a trained dryer repair technician will need to inspect your appliance to find out why this malfunction has occurred, before replacing the fuse. Besides a blown thermal fuse, there are quite a few other issues that can stop your dryer from working, such as a defective start switch or a faulty door switch. Enlisting a professional repair technician to diagnose the malfunction is the best way to determine where the problem lies.
Dryer Drum Not Spinning
A non-spinning drum can be caused by a number of malfunctions. One of the most common reasons is a broken drive belt. The drive belt is a long, slim belt that wraps around the drum and other intricate parts of the appliance. As your dryer ages, the belt becomes worn and may eventually break. Unfortunately, this isn't the only malfunction that can stop the dryer drum from spinning. Worn out drum rollers or drum bearings can also affect the drum's ability to turn. A defective drive motor is another issue that can halt the drum's movement. Contacting a dryer repair technician will help you discover the reason why your dryer drum is malfunctioning.
If your dryer is malfunctioning, please contact us today so one of our highly trained appliance repair technicians can diagnose and fix the problem for you.