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.
If your dryer won't start or won't turn on at all, it's likely to be a power/circuit issue, or an airflow issue, which can trigger safety parts like the thermal fuse and thermostat, causing the dryer not to start. We will help you diagnose common use issues and part failures to get your dryer running again.
Dryers make a lot of noises that are normal, but some can also indicate parts failures and issues with your appliance. We'll help you get to the bottom of why your dryer is too noisy whether it's a squeaking, rumbling, scraping, ticking, or humming sound.
Drum Not Spinning
There are several reasons your dryer's drum may not spin or may be struggling to spin. It could be a matter of overloading your dryer with wet clothes, or a part-related issue to do with the belt, idlery pulley, or drum bearings that may require a repair. Whatever your drum tumbling issues, we will help you solve the problem.
No Display On Control Panel
When the display on your dryer's console isn't working, it can be hard to get the dryer to operate as it should. Whether it's an error code, a display that doesn't show anything at all, or a stuck button, we will help you diagnose and fix your dryer's display so it shows what it should again.
If your dryer is turning on and commencing its cycle but is not getting hot enough to dry your clothes, this can lead to wet loads of laundry at the end of a cycle. Whether it's a power/circuit issue or a problem with a list of common parts, we will help you find the solution.
Timer Not Working
If your timer is having problems it can impact the function of the drying cycle, resulting in a cycle that doesn't advance, a cycle that runs for too long or too little time, or simply stops mid-cycle. We will help you troubleshoot the timer as well as the other key parts that it communicates with to isolate the poblem and get your dryer running again.
Steam Comes Out
When steam comes out of your dryer, and you haven't selected a steaming function, it can indicate an airflow issue, usually around the lint trap, vents, or the blower wheel. We will walk you through how to clean and, if necessary, replace these core parts and solve the problem of a steamy dryer and laundry room.
A dryer that is too hot can leave your clothes coming out too hot, and can make the appliance hot to touch on the top or sides. This is usually indicative of an airflow issue that can be a safety risk,but don't worry, we will help you solve the problem.
Light not working
When the internal light on your dryer doesn't turn on, it could be a matter of simple bulb replacement, or a couple of other key components that work to activate the internal light. We'll show you how to diagnose and replace these parts if necessary so your dryer's internal light shines brightly again.
Clothes Still Wrinkled
If clothes are coming out of your dryer wrinkled then it could be a simple matter of overstuffing your dryer with clothes, but it could also indicate a more serious issue with parts that control the heat and moisture of your dryer during the cycle. We will help you get to the bottom of why your clothes are coming out wrinkled.
Door Pops Open
When the door of your dryer pops open or will not close properly, it's an issue with the catch and strike mechanism. These two parts work in unison to keep your dryer door closer during operation, and when they fail, the door will open and won't snap closed properly. We will show you exactly how to replace these simple parts and get the door secured once more.
A sagging dryer door indicates that the door is too heavy for its hinges, or that the hinges and/or door catch and strike mechanism are failing. This simple repair is easy to diagnose and with the help of our expert guide, we'll have your door aligned in no time.
Running With Door Open
If your dryer runs with its door open, it can be a safety risk and cause a real mess. Luckily, it's also one of the easiest repairs, with only one part that is typically the culprit: the door switch. We will help you diagnose and make this simple repair and get your dryer back to normal in no time.