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If your dryer requires professional repair help because it don't dry the clothes all the way, starts and suddenly stops or you have any other problems, just call our toll free number and let us take care of the rest returning your dryer to perfect working order. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to schedule an appointment for your Dallas dryer repair. We will do our best to set up a repair appointment for a time that is most convenient for you:

800-434-0196

For parts only: 800-370-9281

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

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We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc.

 

We repair all dryer brands such as:

Magic Chef
Speed Queen
Jenn Air
Kitchen Aid

Maytag
Kenmore
Modern Maid
Montgomery Wards

Roper
Whirlpool
Kelvinator
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Our Service area includes all of Dallas and the surrounding cities that are listed below:

Downtown Dallas
East Dallas
North Dallas
Northwest Dallas
South Dallas
West Dallas

Mesquite
Irving
Grand Prairie
Duncanville
Highland Park
Desoto

Lancaster
Kleberg
Balch Springs
Coppell
Carrollton

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The information below is to help you learn more about your dryer. This information will also help you to use your dryer in the most efficient and effective way and you will be able to save money on utility bills and future repairs. The life of your dryer will be also be extended.
Caution: DRYERS CAN BE DANGEROUS TO REPAIR IF YOU ARE NOT EXPERIENCED AND CERTIFIED. Do not take chances with your safety and health. The following tips are strictly for educational purposes. We strongly advise you to not get involved with any dryer repairs on your own. All dryer repairs require professional experience and training with electric and gas systems and can become dangerous if you are not knowledgeable. For help call our dryer service technicians 24/7 at:

800-434-0196

AUTOMATIC DRYER CONTROL

In this system a single-pole, double-throw thermostat is connected to the dryer timer motor and the heat source. With this arrangement, one or the other of the dryer components is energized, but never both at the same time; when the heat source is off, the dryer timer motor is on, and vice versa. By using a short-duration timer in conjunction junction with the dryer thermostat, a time/temperature relationship is automatically established. It works like this: The dryer thermostat, which senses the temperature of the exhaust air, turns off the heating element or burner upon start-up. The timer motor is off, and the timer not advances. The clothing is very damp al this point, entering the drum from the heat source absorbs a great deal of moisture. Because of the evaporative process, the temperature remains fairly cool and temperature rise is rather low. If the dryer now shuts down with the proper little sensor is shorted or grounded. Look for clips, or wire strands across the "feelers," or for a break in the insulating, material If the dryer continues to run, the problem is most likely within the control. You may use your VOM to check further by testing the timer contacts or the relay. Stuck timer or relay contacts prevent the dryer from turning off. Open or high-resistance contacts prevent the dryer from running. If these components test okay, your problem definitely is in the control area. Before condemning the control, however, check to see that a positive ground is provided by a wire attached from the cabinet to the cold-water line. Since the critical control current is fed to ground, this wire must be provided in addition to the cabinet ground provided to file neutral line of the power supply, used in most areas. While a ground to a water line is acceptable for safety purposes, it is not sufficient to allow proper operation of electronic controls.
DRYER THERMOSTATS
Thermostats are also of great importance in determining the dryer temperature relationship, vital for good results in drying clothes. Those which control the operating temperature are referred to as operating thermostats, to distinguish from high-limit thermostats, used as safety devices to prevent severe overheating. Many operating dryer thermostats are adjustable ones, controlled by the user when setting the heat range or temperature control. Typically, they consist liquid or gas filled thermal bulb, connecting capillary tubing, a closed expandable diaphragm, switch contacts, and a control screw. The thermal bulb is normally located in the exhaust air stream. As temperature rises, the liquid in the sealed bulb vaporizes, exerting pressure in the diaphragm at the opposite end of the capillary tube connecting the two components. Pressure causes the diaphragm to expand, and the resulting movement opens the switch contacts, breaking the electrical circuit to the heat source. As the exhaust air cools, the diaphragm contracts and again closes the switch, resuming heat input. This cycling action, which maintains desired temperatures, may occur many times during a drying period. The "temperature" knob on the dryer turns the control screw, which places spring tension against the diaphragm, thus varying the amount of pressure required to activate the switch contacts and raise or lower temperature levels.
If your dryer has no control knob with which you adjust the temperature, it likely uses fixed bimetallic thermostats. The dryer fixed-temperature thermostat is also often used as high-limit or safety device. Wired in series with the heat source, it is located on the housing of the heating element or burner. Fan-belt breakage, blockage of air flow, or any other condition that could contribute to overheating causes the high-limit device to open, breaking the electrical circuit to the heat source. This keeps the dryer heat at a safe level.

Caution: DRYERS CAN BE DANGEROUS TO REPAIR IF YOU ARE NOT EXPERIENCED AND CERTIFIED. Do not take chances with your safety and health. The following tips are strictly for educational purposes. We strongly advise you to not get involved with any dryer repairs on your own. All dryer repairs require professional experience and training with electric and gas systems and can become dangerous if you are not knowledgeable. For help call our dryer service technicians 24/7 at:

800-434-0196

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