Changing an appliance by yourself can be discouraging, but some repairs are easier than you may think. The hardest part of this process is finding the correct part for the brand and finding something or someone to hold up the door. Here is a major reason and a few tips for why your Dryer might not be closing.
Do you have a dryer that is suddenly tripping the circuit breaker? A circuit breaker monitors and regulates the flow of electricity of the particular circuit. When you have a flow that has reached the “unsafe” limit the breaker will trip and cut off the power to the circuit. So why is your circuit breaker tripping?
A Dryer that is making loud noises could mean a number of things. The tricky part is trying to figure out where the noise is exactly coming from. The longer you wait to fix this problem could cause more damage to your dryer unit. Here is what to check in order to fix a noisy dryer.
The front of the dryer rests on the glides. They provide a low friction surface on which the drum spins. After time, the glides wear down and cause a loud grinding noise to happen when they wear thin. This grinding noise will
Imagine you’re in a rush and waiting for your clothes to dry to find out your dryer was not moving forward this entire time! In order to fix your dryer, you might need to diagnose your appliance first. Here we have listed some possible outcomes as to why your dryer may not be moving forward.
A dryer that shuts off mid cycle can be frustrating. Here’s what to look for before calling a service man or trying to fix it yourself. Continue reading
There are so many things that can go wrong with your dryer. From your dryer not drying to your dryer starting then stopping, and your dryer not spinning to your dryer making loud noises. These along with many other dryer symptoms can be fixed yourself as long as you know how to diagnose your dyers symptoms. Here are multiple different common dyer symptoms and repair videos on how to fix them!