A damaged clothes dryer is an unthinkable inconvenience for many people. If you’re like many people in Arlington, you’re cramming as many tasks as you can into your day to get every little thing done, and a damaged clothes dryer is not in the equation. We’re here to assist. Lewisville Appliance Repair is economical and has trustworthy service technicians who are ready to assist.
Our Arlington service technicians have all the devices needed to safely as well as rapidly fix your dryer. We’re only a call away. Our vans are furnished with producer parts for major clothes dryer parts for GE, LG, Kenmore, Maytag, Amana, Whirlpool, Samsung, as well as a lot more!
CLOTHES DRYER ISSUES
EXCEEDINGLY LOUD NOISE
Your clothes dryer may be loud, but excessive sound is not typical, and it’s an indication something may be wrong. The reason for exceedingly loud noise coming from your clothes dryer are damaged bearings as well as seals and used belts.
If your clothes dryer will not heat up, it’s worthless. Your clothes dryer might not dry garments properly if there is a damaged heating element, an issue with the cycling thermostat or a malfunctioning high limit thermostat.
These are the same parts that can cause a clothes dryer to have exceedingly high home heating temperatures that can burn and destroy your garments. Our service technicians can assist with these clothes dryer problems and even more.
WON’T TURN ON OR TUMBLE
When you make sure your clothes dryer is plugged in and the circuit breakers are working, and the clothes dryer still will not function or does not tumble, the heating element or the high limit thermostat could be malfunctioning. Other non-tumbling clothes dryer could be the cycling thermostat. These items will certainly need to be changed.
WON’T TURN OFF
If your clothes dryer will not turn off, a damaged door button or timer is the problem. We can fix these problems without hesitation.
TIMER WON’T ADVANCE
A clothes dryer’s timing cycle is necessary because it needs to progress in order to finish a drying cycle. Without a timer advance, the drying cycle will certainly not operate effectively. If there is an problem with the timer, the causes can be a damaged cycling thermostat or timing electric motor.