#1 in Appliance Repair*
An inefficient dryer can mean higher energy bills and longer dry times. Is your dryer performing at its best? From annual maintenance to heat element repairs, we’re here to help. Sears Home Services repair technicians are familiar with every brand of dryer—from Kenmore, KitchenAid, Amana, Frigidaire, Whirlpool and more.
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Dryer Problems & Solutions
My dryer is making strange noises or vibrations.
If your dryer is making strange noises, then a failed dryer drum seal might be the cause. This seal can wear down over time as a result of frequent overloading, or through contact with foreign objects. It will eventually need to be replaced.
My dryer runs, but never heats up.
If your dryer won't heat up, then it could mean that the thermal fuse has failed. Some things can cause this to happen include blocked ventilation, clogged lint screens, or a consistently overloaded machine. If the thermal fuse is broken, it would need to be replaced.
My dryer doesn't run.
Your dryer will stop running when its thermal fuse has failed. The causes for it's failure vary, but can involve a clogged lint screen, an overloaded machine, or blocked ventilation. If the thermal fuse is broken, it would need to be replaced.
My dryer runs, but does not get my clothes dry.
Your dryer will not be able to dry your laundry if the heating element has broken. Some things that can cause it to fail include blocked ventilation, a clogged lint screen, and a consistently overloaded machine. If the heating element fails, it will need to be replaced.
My dryer runs, but then shuts off quickly.
If your dryer runs for a short time before shutting off, then it could indicate a problem with the thermostat. Problems with this component can spring up as a result of blocked ventilation, a clogged lint screen, or a consistently overloaded machine. If the thermostat fails, it will need to be replaced.
What to Expect with a Sears Home Services Repair
Rest assured that our technicians will remind you of your service in plenty of time and treat your home with professionalism and respect.
You'll receive a service confirmation with a link and phone number to reschedule or make changes.
You’ll receive an automated confirmation call the day before your scheduled repair.
Your service technician will contact you the day of your repair, providing a service window time.
90 Day Guarantee
Repairs include a 90 day warranty on the work completed.
All major credit/debit cards accepted. Checks and/or cash are also accepted.
Additional Resources & Information
*Source: Traqline Market Share Report June 2014