When you find that your clothes are not drying properly, your dryer is making strange sounds or simply doesn’t turn on at all, you want help from the best Washington DC appliance repair service in the area. That’s where All–Pro Appliance Repair comes in. Our trained, expert staff is here to inspect and repair your clothes dryer and get it back on track as soon as possible. If you live in the greater Washington D.C. area, call us today to learn more about our dryer repair services.
There are only few maintenance tasks required to keep your clothes dryer in good working order. One in particular, though, is absolutely vital. You must clean your dryer vents on a regular basis. These vents can become clogged with lint and moisture and a number of problems can develop. You will face longer drying times, noisy drying, ineffective drying, sensor failures and even failure of major components like the motor or bearings.
Not only that, but a clogged dryer vent is a major fire hazard. For all of these reasons it’s important to either clean or have your dryer vents cleaned on a regular basis.For any Washington DC dryer repair or maintenance, call All–Pro Appliance Repair.
There are a few reasons why your dryer might stop heating. The first thing you should do is make sure that your dryer has power. Check that it plugged in and that nothing has blown the fuses. If that is not the cause, the problem could be a result of a broken heating element of thermal fuse, which you will need a professional to diagnosis and repair. Call us today if you have any problems with your dryer!
One of the most common components to break in a dryer is the motor. Most commonly, the motor will simply stop working as it is an electrical component that endures a lot of wear and tear with heavy usage. When it stops working, it needs to be replaced immediately to avoid damage to your dryer.
The motor itself is responsible for actually turning the cabinet inside your dryer. While heat may still be applied to your clothes, the lack of turning will make it nearly impossible to dry any sizable load of laundry. Your repair person will inspect the electrical components for shorts or fuse problems, but the most common solution to a bad motor is replacement.
Dryer Belt Repair
Ever wonder how the drum in your dryer turns endlessly as it does? It has a belt attached to the dryer motor that keeps the device turning as long as the motor is operational. If your drum stops turning but you can still hear the motor running, you likely have a broken dryer belt.
Replacing a dryer belt is relatively easy for a Gaithersburg appliance repair specialist, though the cabinet will need to be opened completed to access the drum and remove the old belt. Not only does the belt need to be properly sized, but it needs to be in the exact right location to continue proper operation. This is not the type of job any homeowner should attempt on their own. Call us right away if you think you may have a broken dryer belt.
If you’re worried about your dryer, it is time to call the company for clothes dryer repair service in Arlington, Washington, DC, VA and Gaithersburg, MD Clothes Dryer Service that is trusted by more people in Arlington, VA, Gaithersburg, MD and the surrounding area than anyone else. Call All–Pro and let us get your dryer back in working order. Our technicians have years of experience working with dryers of all makes and models so you can be sure we have the skills needed to get the job done quickly and correctly.