So, does a dryer repair cost more or less than a washing machine? On average, it’s slightly less the typical cost for dryer repair can vary significantly, ranging anywhere from $155 to $325.
The residential appliance repair process starts with you calling us at 281-505-2800 or filling out our short contact form. We will immediately schedule a convenient appointment for you. Our skilled technician will soon be on his way to your residence. He will make sure to bring all the tools, equipment and materials with him. Our technician will quickly identify the problem and find the best solution. He will give you a plan of action as well as an accurate estimate of all expenses.
For professional commercial appliance repair, please call us at 281-505-2800 or fill out our short contact form. We will provide you with a convenient time window for your repair appointment. Our tech will be on his way bringing with him all the equipment and tools necessary. He will thoroughly examine your broken commercial kitchen appliance. Usually, commercial appliances get a lot of use out of them. Sometimes dirt and grease get into internal parts.
We’re here to help you make easy work of your dryer repair, with our online help it only takes our customers an average of 30 minutes or less to fix their dryers. Below you have access to all of our dryer related troubleshooting videos like why it won’t start. We have listed the appliance dryer repair symptoms that commonly occur (won’t heat, won’t tumble etc.) based on how often they are reported by our customers. Simply click on the symptom your dryer is experiencing and you’ll learn about the parts that can fix this issue.
Common Broken Dryer Symptoms
Learn how to repair your dryer when it's making noise by troubleshoot common problems and parts like bearings, seals or worn belts.
Will not start
Find out how to fix a dryer that will not start, by checking a few key components, such as the heating element, high limit thermostat, or cycling thermostat.
No heat or not enough heat
When your dryer is not producing any heat or not enough heat to dry clothes, inspect common parts like heating elements or fuses.
Will not tumble
When your dryer won't tumble or turn, looking at common parts to see if they may be worn or defective, like switches or belts.
Timer will not advance
Find out what can cause your dryer's timer to stop advancing by using our list of troubleshooting tips and repair parts like cycling thermostats or timer motors.
Takes too long to dry
If your dryer is taking too long to dry your clothes, troubleshoot common problem parts like coils, thermostats and heating elements.
Will not shut off
Learn how to repair your dryer when it won't shut off, by checking the most common parts that cause this symptom, like door switches or timers.
Shuts off too soon
Find out how to repair your dryer when it shuts off too soon on the auto dry setting by checking a few key components like thermostats, heating coils or fuses.
If your dryer is too hot, you should start by looking at common parts to see if they may be worn or defective, like thermostats or fuses.