Dryer Repair in Fayetteville, AR Arkansas 72701
Express Home Dryer Repair
Fayetteville, AR Arkansas 72701
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If you need a dryer repair, we are available and prepared to assist. We can repair all dryer models including LG, Samsung, Whirlpool, Maytag, Kenmore, GE, Amana, Bosch, Insignia, Fisher & Paykel, Haier, Hotpoint, Frigidaire, Whitmor, Magic Chef, Danby, Deco, Deco by Equator, Frigidaire, LG Signature, and more. Simply phone us and we can assist with your refrigerator repair needs.
We always do our best to:
- Exceed your expectations in excellence and workmanship
- Finish your repair in a timely fashion
- Have top client satisfaction
Client satisfaction is our #1 priority. We proudly provide great response times and premium quality work for all our dryer repair work.
After a thorough inspection, we can suggest the best solutions for your requirements and your budget. Our experienced service pros can help with any size repair, and provide you with exceptional quality and workmanship.
If your dryer won’t run, get hot, or run, there are various reasons that could be the explanation. Sometimes a dryer won’t run
Our service providers offer the top rated appliance repair in the Fayetteville, AR area.
Dryer Makes Odd Noises
A dryer has a lot of moving parts. As it gets older the parts begin to wear and make noises you haven't heard before.
A blower wheel is a plastic part and becomes worn with use. With wear, it could begin to create loud thumping noises.
Drum bearings can make squeaking noises and need replacement. Drum rollers can become worn and create thumping sounds. They generally must be changed out in pairs.
A drive belt could wear over time and cause thumping noises. An idler pully may start squeaking over time because of friction. As the issue worsens it might become louder and start making thumping or scraping noises.
Drum glides or slides create a smooth surface for the dryer's drum to turn on. They can wear out over the years and make scraping sounds.
Drum seals are created from felt fabric, and become worn and also could tear. This might let clothing become stuck as the drum turns, resulting in a scraping sound, and potentially may result in ripped clothes.
Additionally, a defective motor can cause many different noises like rattling, squealing, and pitchy noises. A baffle might cause thumping or banging sounds.
Call us at (877)959-3534 today for dryer repair in Fayetteville, AR
Dryer Won't Start
When your dryer doesn't start the initial thing you need to check is if all the buttons and settings are right, the machine is completely plugged in , and that the circuit breaker has not been tripped. Once you are sure that the electrical plug is working properly you should have a repair technician check your unit. They will be able to confirm the reason, which might be the thermal fuse, start switch, door switch, drive motor, belt switch, drive belt, main control board, or timer.
Dryer Not Heating
A dryer that is not getting hot could be related to a number of problems including the thermal fuse, which controls preventing the machine from overheating, the gas valve solenoid, the ignitor, which is only present in a gas dryer, flame sensor, heating element, which is found at the rear of the machine, heating element assembly, incoming power, high limit thermostat, cycling thermostat, main control board or timer.
Dryer Won't Tumble
When your dryer will not tumble, it's important to inspect the switches and belt to make sure that they are not defective. Not turn might be caused by a belt, idler pulley assembly, maintenance kit, drive motor, door switch, drum roller, drum slide, drum bearing, or dryness control board.
Dryer Brands Our Pros Service
- Arctic Air
- Deco by Equator
- Fisher & Paykel
- Fulgor Milano
- Kitchen Aid
- Magic Chef
- Modern Maid
- Speed Queen
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