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When your dryer doesn’t heat, making unusual noise or you have any other problems, we are available for all your dryer repair needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide same day service and our service call is free with the repair. Our low price policy will give you assurance that you are getting the lowest price for your dryer repair. Call us 24/7 at our Toll Free line:

866-385-2081

Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts

We repair the following dryers brands:

Kelvinator
Kenmore
Kitchen Aid
LG
Hotpoint
Insinkerator
Jenn Air
and many more check the rest of the brands
GE
Modern Maid
Montgomery Wards
Welbilt
White Westinghouse
Litton
Lennox
Magic Chef
Maytag

Our Service areas includes All the Phoenix and surrounding areas

Mesa
Mobile
Morristown
New River
Palo Verde
Paradise Valley
Peoria
Phoenix
Pinal
Wickenburg
Wintersburg
Wittmann
Queen Creek
Rio Verde
Yavapai
Youngtown
Glendale
view all of the areas that we service

If you would like to learn more about your dryer please read the information below. It will help you to improve the efficiency of your dryer and reduce your utility and repair bills. However we strongly encourage you DON’T get involved in repairs in which you are not familiar and that involves working with electrical or gas components. Unfortunately we have seen some people try it and it always turns out to be costly. And, most important, it can put your safety at risk, which cannot be repaired or replaced. Call us today at:

866-385-2081

DOMESTIC AUTOMATIC DRYERS

Electric dryers.

Most regular-size electric dryers operate on 200 to 240 volts. If you do not have this service in your home, an electrician will have to wire a special outlet or your dryer will not work. Get an estimate of rewiring costs before you buy the dryer. Although drying time is much longer, some electric dryers operate on 110 to 130 volts. This electrical service is common to most homes. However, the dryer should have a separate 15-ampere, grounded circuit, which is not common in older buildings. If you operate the dryer on the same circuit as other appliances, you may blow fuses or trip circuit breakers. Any outlet for a dryer should be grounded; that is, it should have three holes, one of which connects to a wire leading to the earth outside the building. Using an adapter plug will solve the problem of fitting a three-prong plug in a two-prong hole, but it may or may not provide grounding.

To be sure about grounding, call an electrician.

Gas dryers. A gas dryer needs a convenient gas line. If you have a gas range or water heater in your home, gas should be accessible. You also need an ordinary household electrical outlet to operate the motor, lights, and controls.

Exhaust vents. Almost all regular-size dryers require exhaust vents to channel heat, moisture, and the lint that gets past the filter to the outdoors. To give maximum air flow, ductwork should be short; and lint buildup will be minimized by having few elbow bends. The best spot for a dryer, therefore, is next to an outside wall where a vent hole can be made small, compact dryers may require no venting.

Repair. Because a dryer is a relatively simple machine with few moving parts to break down or wear out, it will probably need less servicing and will last longer than your washer. But a gas model can have pilot light problems, an electric dryer may need coils repaired, and in both lint may build up in the venting.
You can help keep your dryer in good working order by removing lint from the lint filter and vents. If you have metal vent pipes, take them apart and clean them with a brush or a vacuum cleaner attachment. If you have inexpensive plastic vent tubing, you may wish to replace it every few years.
Most dryers have permanently lubricated motors, but if lubrication is required for the dryer you plan to buy, follow directions.

DRYERS SPECIFICATIONS

Electric Models.

Note: Exhaust openings on sides of dryer are located in the same spot on both sides. Side, rear, and bottom exhaust openings are for four-inch ducting.

Gas Models.

Note: Exhaust openings on sides of dryer are located in the same "pot on both sides. Side, rear, and bottom exhaust openings are for hour-inch ducting.