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Dryer repair in Okotoks

Stressed out from a dryer that won’t turn on? You’ve found the perfect solution – our dryer repair service at SMS Appliances Okotoks ! With extensive knowledge and expertise in dryers of all leading brands, our skilled technicians can get any dryer back in tip-top condition with quality repairs. We understand that time is of the essence when it comes to dryer fixes, so we focus on providing efficient and reliable services. Whether you’re dealing with a lack of heat or strange noises, you can rest assured that our appliance experts will have your dryer up and running in no time at all!

Why Choose Our Service

If you’ve been dealing with issues involving your dryer recently, don’t worry – the dryer repair services of SMS Appliances in Okotoks are here to help. We ensure the highest level of customer service and satisfaction, along with a commitment to resolving any dryer issue you may have. You don’t need to see it as an expenditure to buy a new dryer; allow our dryer repair team to fix your dryer at an affordable rate, so that you can get back to using it quickly and conveniently. Don’t endure ineffective machines any longer – call SMS Appliances today for dryer repairs, dryer fixes, and all other related dryer tasks.

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Is Your Dryer Not Working Well?

Strange noises coming out of the drying machine is a prevalent issue for homeowners. Broken seals, bearings, or worn-down belts can lead to loud sounds. Drum bearing or drum supporting bearing do wear out or get damaged over time.

Drum bearings that are frayed or damaged can be diagnosed by removing the dryer belt and turning the drum by hand. If it rotates freely, then the bearing is not frayed. However, if the drum squeaks, makes grinding sounds, or is hard to turn, you should replace the bearing to avoid further damage.

The drive belt wraps around the dryer drum, as well as the tension pulley and the drive motor. The drive belt can be worn out or get damaged over time, which causes noise as the dryer is turning. If the drive belt is worn out or damaged, replace it.

Strange noises coming out of the drying machine is a prevalent issue for homeowners. Broken seals, bearings, or worn-down belts can lead to loud sounds. Drum bearing or drum supporting bearing do wear out or get damaged over time.

Drum bearings that are frayed or damaged can be diagnosed by removing the dryer belt and turning the drum by hand. If it rotates freely, then the bearing is not frayed. However, if the drum squeaks, makes grinding sounds, or is hard to turn, you should replace the bearing to avoid further damage.

The drive belt wraps around the dryer drum, as well as the tension pulley and the drive motor. The drive belt can be worn out or get damaged over time, which causes noise as the dryer is turning. If the drive belt is worn out or damaged, replace it.

If your drying machine doesn’t produce any heat, this is often caused by a broken heating element, high heating thermostat, or cycling thermostat. This can also cause the dryer to overheat. A thermostat is a device made to prevent a dryer from overheating, and it should be closed for continuity (electric current passing through). 

If it gets overheated, the thermostat will have no continuity, and often, a multimeter will have to be used to test for continuity. A blown thermostat is an indication of a restricted exhaust vent from the dryer to the outside.

Always check the dryer venting when replacing a blown thermal fuse. The heating element warms the air before entering the dryer drum. The heating element can burn out over time, causing the dryer not to heat. 

In order to determine whether the heating element has burned-out, a multimeter must be used to test for continuity. Once it has been determined that there is no continuity, it is wise to  replace the heating element.

Make sure the dryer has been plugged in and the circuit breaker is on. If the dryer won’t turn on, even after it has been plugged in and the circuit breaker is on, check the high-limit thermostat and the heating element. Please refer to the question above on how you can tackle these problems.

If the drying machine won’t shut off, the issue is usually a broken door switch or a timer. The timer can be tested using a multimeter and checking the wiring diagram. If a timer is defective, you should replace it immediately. 

The door switch is an on and off mechanism that prevents the dryer from operating when the door is open. The door switch is at fault when you press the door switch lever, and the dryer door is closed, but the drum dryer light remains on.

To complete the drying cycle, a dryer timer needs to advance. However, if the timer won’t advance, this can be due to a broken timer motor or cycling thermostat. Please refer above for an explanation of the cycling thermostat and the broken timer.

Contact Our Dryer Repair Technicians Today!

Opening Hours
Mon – Fri : 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday – Sunday : Closed

Address
322220 12 St E, De Winton, AB T0L 0X0

Phone Number
(403) 540 – 2738

Email
okotoks@smsappliances.ca

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