Lawn Equipment Parts
How To Repair Your Dryer
Repairing your dryer may seem like a daunting repair, but with our help it’s actually pretty easy! Select your symptom from the list below to get started on your repair.
Noisy dryers can indicate a problem with the drum glides, bearings, or support rollers, among other parts. Use our troubleshooting guide to test each part.
Will not start
Learn how to troubleshoot a dryer that will not start with our repair guide. The source of the issue could be the door switch, thermal fuse, or rotary/push start switch.
No heat or not enough heat
If your dryer won't achieve a high enough temperature to dry clothes, the heating element or high limit thermostat may need replacing. Learn how to test each part here.
Will not tumble
Learn how to fix a dryer that won't tumble with our troubleshooting guide. The source of the issue could be worn parts such as the belt or idler pulley assembly.
Timer will not advance
If your dryer's timer will not advance, it could be a problem with the timer motor or cycling thermostat. Learn how to repair these parts using our troubleshooting guide.
Takes too long to dry
To find out why your dryer is taking too long to dry clothes, start by checking common parts such as the lint filter, blower wheel, coils, and seals.
Find out why your dryer is getting too hot with our repair guide. We'll show you how to check the thermostats, thermistor, and exhaust vent for common issues.
Will not shut off
To repair a dryer that won't shut off, follow our guide for troubleshooting parts such as the door switch, timer, and thermostats.
Shuts off too soon
If your dryer is shutting off too soon, the source of the issue is probably the moisture sensor. Learn how to fix this problem with our troubleshooting guide.