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Dryer Repair & Tips


Kinked Dryer Vent Hose –

This is a very common heating problem in dryers. If your Vent Hose is kinked, it will restrict air flow, and can also build up with lint much faster than normal. A kinked vent hose can cause a multitude of problems in dryers, and can easily burn out the element.


Moisture Sensor

Many dryers come with a moisture sensor (or "Auto-Dry") setting . This senses when the clothes are mostly dry and automatically shuts off the dryer. The purpose of this function is to conserve energy so that your dryer is not running more than necessary. Most dryers have this function available.

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Vent Cleaning & Lint Filter

If your dryer vent is plugged with lint, the dryer will become less efficient, and will have to work harder. We suggest you clean out your vent at least once yearly. A plugged dryer vent is a major cause of house fires. Also, clean your dryer lint filter after each dryer load to avoid excess lint as well.


Check Your Circuit Breaker – Sometimes when your dryer won't turn on, it means the Circuit Breaker has flipped. Check this before scheduling a service call. It may save you a lot of time, headache, and costs.

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