Dryer repair

If your dryer is not coming on or doesn't dry the clothes efficiently and needs professional repair service, we can arrive to your home, office or business any time that it is convenient for you. Call us 24 hours 7days a week at our local number for fast San Diego dryer repair:

800-307-8292

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased dryer parts are shipped directly to you.

We repair all dryer brands in San Diego County such as:

Magic Chef
GE
Maytag
Kenmore
Kitchen Aid Jenn Air
Hotpoint
Modern Maid
Montgomery Wards
Kelvinator
Roper
Sears
Whirlpool
Admiral
and many more view all brands

Our dryer repair service area includes all of San Diego and the surrounding cities that are listed below:

San Diego
Chula Vista
Coronado
Del Mar
Oceanside
Escondido
San Marcos
Lemon Grove
Imperial Beach
Poway
Vista La Mesa
National City
Poway
Encinitas
La Jolla
Santee
Solana Beach
El Cajon
Del Mar
Point Loma
view the rest service areas

One word of caution: Below we include helpful information and maintenance tips for your dryer. If your dryer problem still cannot be resolved after reading the text, we strongly advise for your own safety not to get involved with any dryer repairs on your own. We are ready to help for all of your dryer repair needs. For professional San Diego dryer repair help call us to schedule your dryer repair appointment at our local number:

800-307-8292

DRYERS

All dryers are automatic and have control centers with billions or dials that allow you to program the dryer to handle loads different fabrics, such as cotton, delicate, or permanent press. Different dryer settings allow adjustment of drying temperature and time.

As with automatic washers, the more controls you buy on an automatic dryer and the more sophisticated the controls, the higher dryer price. So before shopping for a dryer, consider both how much money you wish to pay for a dryer and the time you can afford to spend around the dryer, then choose the dryer that offers the best compromise between convenience and economy.

DRYER CONTROLS

Dryers have two kinds of controls: those that adjust drying temperature, and those that, after drying, time and turn the dryer off.

Temperature. Today, dryer temperatures are low to accommodate the man made fabrics while air flow is high to hasten drying. Actually, dryer temperatures differ comparatively little, and controls are there primarily to provide the proper dryer turn-off. Temperature settings now available on dryers include the following.

1. Drye regular setting, or high heat, for cottons and linens.

2. Dryer permanent press setting for man made fabrics. First heat relaxes wrinkles in fabrics; then, for 5 or 10 minutes clothes tumble without hem. Some dryers signal when they are near the end of the cycle. As the dryer cycle is completed, clothing should be removed to keep wrinkles from setting.

3. Dryer delicate or knit setting, or low heat, to prevent fabrics from over-drying, shrinking, harshness, and carrying static electricity.

4. Dryer air fluff setting for freshening items like bedding, stored clothes, shag rugs, and bedspreads. This setting operates the dryer at room temperature.

5. Damp dry for clothes that will be ironed immediately. Some dryers offer as a substitute for this control a means for automatically sprinkling clothes in the dryer.

To benefit from these temperature settings, dryer loads should consist of similar fabrics. Otherwise, some clothes over dry while 11 hers remain damp.

Time. Dryers are designed with three different kinds of turn-off controls: the dryer timer, the dryer thermostat and timer, and the dryer sensing system.
Timer. With this type you estimate the total drying time for a load and set the control for the number of minutes you want the dryer to operate. When the time is over, the dryer shuts off.

TO help you estimate an approximate drying time for a load, the dial is usually divided into settings for regular, delicate, and permanent press fabrics. If you still guess wrong, you may return to find wash either over dry or still damp. Over drying is the bigger because it can cause discoloring, shrinkage, and wrinkles.

When you set these dryer controls, you select a temperature in addition to a time. When the dryer reaches that temperature, the heat turns off and the timer advances. As soon as the temperature drops, the heat turns on again and the timer stops. As the clothes dry, there is less and less heat. Dry clothes, or almost dry clothes, get hot faster and stay hot longer. When the heat is off long enough, the timer advances and completes the drying cycle. While guesswork is not completely eliminated, the chance of an over dry or wet load is decreased to a great extent. Moisture sensing.

As moist clothes tumble in the dryer and contact Limit electronic sensors, the moisture completes an electric circuit that? keeps the heat turned on (Fig. 6). As the moisture decreases during drying, the current in the circuit decreases. When the moisture in the clothes cannot complete the circuit, the heater turns off, and tumbling continues for a short time to cool down the clothes before the tumbling stops. This kind of automatic control gives you I lay most accurate results.

Tumbling. Stationary drying for woolens, canvas shoes, and washables that should not be tumbled can be provided by a 110 fumble control. Wet articles are put on a rack in the drum, which remains stationary while heated or unheated air flows past.

After reading the text and the problem cannot be resolved, we strongly suggest that you call us for your dryer repair appointment at.

800-307-8292