A damaged dryer is an unimaginable trouble for many individuals. If you’re like most individuals in Audubon, you’re packing as many tasks as you can into your day to get everything done, and a damaged dryer is not in the equation. We’re here to help. Appliance Repair Philadelphia is affordable and has reliable technicians who are ready to help.
Our Audubon technicians have all the devices needed to safely and promptly fix your clothes dryer. We’re just a telephone call away. Our vans are furnished with manufacturer components for major dryer components for GE, LG, Kenmore, Maytag, Electrolux, Whirlpool, Samsung, and many more!
EXCESSIVELY LOUD NOISE
Your dryer may be loud, however too much noise is not common, and it’s an indication something may be wrong. The cause of excessively loud noise coming from your dryer are damaged bearings and seals and worn belts.
If your dryer will not heat, it’s useless. Your dryer may not dry garments effectively if there is a damaged heating element, an problem with the cycling thermostat or a malfunctioning high limit thermostat.
These are the same parts that can trigger a dryer to have excessively high heating temperatures that can burn and ruin your garments. Our technicians can help with these dryer concerns and more.
WON’T TURN ON OR TUMBLE
When you make sure your dryer is plugged in and the breakers are working, and the dryer still will not work or does not tumble, the heating element or the high limit thermostat could be malfunctioning. Various other non-tumbling dryer could be the cycling thermostat. These things will certainly need to be changed.
WON’T SWITCH OFF
If your dryer will not shut off, a damaged door button or timer is the issue. We can fix these concerns readily.
TIMER WON’T ADVANCE
A dryer’s timing cycle is important because it needs to advance 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 reasons can be a damaged cycling thermostat or timing motor.