Faulty Parts That Will Cause a Dryer Not to Start

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If your dryer will not start at all, there are a few simple things to check first, such as if the door is shut completely or if the dryer is unplugged. Unfortunately, there may come a day when a more complex problem will present itself. If you have checked the obvious reasons a dryer isn’t working, now it is time … Read More

Replacing a Drive Belt in a Kenmore Dryer

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If your dryer seems to work as designed, but the tub is not actually rotating, then the most likely cause is a broken dryer belt. Dryers operate using a drive belt that helps to rotate the tub with a motor. However, if this belt has come loose or broke during the last use, the tub will not rotate. The heat … Read More

How to Replace Your Aluminum Dryer Vent Hose

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For most dryers, the actual vent of the dryer and the venting system installed in your home is connected by an aluminum hose. As this hose ages, it can become crushed or even damaged with holes in the structure. When this happens, it effects air flow and your dryer cannot effectively dry your clothes anymore. However, replacing this hose can … Read More

How to Replace a Faulty Timer in Your GE Dryer

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The timer in your GE dryer model GRDN510EMWS controls the various functions of your appliance. The motor on the back of the timer moves the dial, which manages how much time is left in the cycle and regulates the temperature and moisture control functions. If the dial is not advancing, your dryer won’t progress through the cycle. A malfunctioning timer can also … Read More

How to Replace the Moisture Sensor Bar in Your LG Dryer DLE3170W

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Auto dry on your LG dryer model DLE3170W is a convenient feature that takes the guessing game out of selecting dry times for your laundry. Unfortunately, when your appliance begins to experience issues while on auto dry, such as, over-drying your clothes or turning off before your clothes are dry, the moisture sensor bar has most likely malfunctioned. Luckily, replacing the sensor … Read More