UTAH
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UTAH
DRYER REPAIR
SERVICE

How It Works:

1. Schedule

Contact us anytime to schedule a convenient day and time that works best for you.

2. Repair & Service

Our repairman will quickly and accurately diagnose, repair, service or maintenance your dryer.

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We Repair, Service, And Maintain Most Major Dryer Brands, Makes, and Models in Utah

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Our repairman will accurately diagnose and fix problems correctly… the first time.

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Our repairmen are uniformed, odor-free, well-groomed, and passed a background check.

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We honor manufacturer warranties on parts and labor, and only use approved materials.

WE CAN REPAIR ANY DRYER PROBLEM

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14 COMMON DRYER PROBLEMS

Which one do you need fixed?

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15 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Baffle (or lifter) is loose or broken. (2) Blower Fan Blade is broken. (3) Blower Wheel housing is obstructed. (4) Blower Wheel is wobbling or worn out. (5) Drive Belt is hard, brittle, or frayed. (6) Drive Motor is bad. (7) Drum Bearings are dry or worn out. (8) Drum Belt is frayed or slipping. (9) Drum Glides (or slides) are worn down or broken. (10) Drum Roller Axles are wobbling. (11) Drum Rollers (or support rollers) are worn down or broken. (12) Felt Drum Seals are worn or torn. (13) Idler Pulley is loose. (14) Motor Bearings or Bushings are worn out. (15) Motor Windings or Switch are bad.
Enjoy a Quite Dryer again.
noisy - makes strange noises
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9 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Baffle (or lifter) is loose or broken. (2) Blower Fan Blade is loose or broken. (3) Blower Wheel is slipping or obstructed . (4) Blower Wheel Sleeve is worn out. (5) Drive Belt is hard, brittle, or frayed. (6) Drum Belt has no tension. (7) Drum Roller Axles are wobbling or binding. (8) Drum Rollers (or support rollers) have flat spots or are broken. (9) Idler Pulley is bent or cracked.
Enjoy a Smooth Running Dryer again.
shaking or vibrating
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22 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Belt Switch is faulty . (2) Circuit Breaker has tripped. (3) Door Switch senses the door is open when it’s closed. (4) Drive Belt is worn out or broken. (5) Drive Motor Windings have shorted out. (6) Drive Motor is overheating or bad. (7) Electronic Control Board is burned out. (8) Electronic Control Board is receiving voltage but not transmitting it. (9) Exhaust Vent is restricted. (10) Exterior damper is closed. (11) Motor Relay has burnt out . (12) Outlet is faulty. (13) Power Cord is shorting out. (14) Power Cord Prongs are disconnected. (15) Start Switch is faulty . (16) Terminal Block is faulty or overheating. (17) Terminal Block Is Tripping Circuit Breakers. (18) Thermal Fuse is blown. (19) Timer Contacts are stuck open. (20) Timer is malfunctioning. (21) Timer Motor is bad . (22) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Running Dryer again.
stopped running, won't start
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23 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Cycling Thermostat is not regulating the temperature . (2) Exhaust Vent or Tube is clogged. (3) Gas Control Valve is faulty. (4) Gas Value Solenoid Coils are weak or malfunctioning. (5) Heater Relays shorted out. (6) Heating Element is broken, shorted out. (7) High Limit Thermostat contacts stay open or is malfunctioning. (8) Igniter is not glowing or burnt out. (9) Igniter is too weak to open the gas valve, or glows but then shuts off. (10) Lint Filter (or screen) is full. (11) Main Control Board is receiving voltage but not transmitting it. (12) Main Control Board isn’t detecting sensor signals. (13) Outlet is faulty. (14) Power Cord is shorting out. (15) Radiant Flame Sensor electrical contacts are stuck closed. (16) Radiant Flame Sensor is stuck, or doesn’t trip when the igniter heats. (17) Temperature Sensor is coated with fabric softener or faulty. (18) Thermal Cut-off Fuse has shorted out. (19) Thermal Fuse is blown. (20) Thermistor is not detecting or regulating the temperature. (21) Timer Internal Cams are worn out. (22) Timer is malfunctioning or not getting power. (23) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Properly Working Dryer again.
not dry - wet
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25 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Blower Wheel is obstructed . (2) Blower Wheel is worn out, loose, or slipping. (3) Cycling Thermostat is not regulating temperatures properly. (4) Door Seal is distorted or deteriorated. (5) Exhaust Tube (or vent) is restricted by lint or debris. (6) Felt Drum Seals are torn or have gaps. (7) Gas Value Solenoid Coils are weak or malfunctioning. (8) Heater Relays shorting out. (9) Heating Element is faulty or shorting circuiting. (10) High Limit Thermostat is malfunctioning. (11) Igniter takes too long to open the gas valve, or glows but then shuts off. (12) Lint Filter (or screen) is full or clogged with fabric softener residue . (13) Main Control Board is receiving voltage but not transmitting it. (14) Main Control Board isn’t detecting sensor signals. (15) Moisture Sensor is inaccurately reporting moisture levels. (16) Outlet is faulty. (17) Power Cord is shorting out. (18) Radiant Flame Sensor is stuck, or doesn’t trip when the igniter heats. (19) Temperature Sensor is coated with fabric softener or faulty. (20) Thermal Cut-off Fuse is shorting out. (21) Thermal Fuse is tripping. (22) Thermistor is not accurately sensing or regulating the temperature. (23) Timer Contacts or Internal Cams are worn out. (24) Timer is malfunctioning . (25) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Properly Working Dryer again.
takes too long
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9 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Switch senses the door is open when it’s closed. (2) Drive Belt is worn down or broken. (3) Drive Motor is seized. (4) Drive Motor Windings or Switch are bad. (5) Drum Bearings are dry or worn out. (6) Drum Glides are deformed. (7) Drum Roller Axles are binding. (8) Drum Rollers are worn out or broken. (9) Idler Pulley is bent or stuck.
Enjoy a Properly Turning Drum again.
not spinning, turning, tumbling
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16 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Blower Wheel is faulty. (2) Cool Down Thermostat is faulty. (3) Cycling Thermostat is not regulating temperatures properly. (4) Door Switch senses the door is closed when its open. (5) Heating Element is burnt out. (6) High Limit Thermostat is malfunctioning, or is faulty. (7) Lint Filter (or screen) is full or clogged with fabric softener residue. (8) Main Control Board is receiving voltage but not transmitting it. (9) Main Control Board isn’t detecting sensor signals. (10) Moisture Sensor is inaccurately reporting moisture levels. (11) Solenoid Coils is malfunctioning. (12) Thermistor is not accurately sensing or regulating the temperature. (13) Thermostat is not detecting the temperature. (14) Timer Contacts or Internal Cams are worn out. (15) Timer is malfunctioning. (16) Timer Motor is bad.
Enjoy a Properly Working Dryer again.
won't shut off
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17 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Catch is worn down. (2) Door Strike is broken. (3) Door Switch senses the door is open when it’s closed. (4) Drive Motor is overheating or bad. (5) Exhaust Tube (or vent) is restricted by lint or debris. (6) Lint Filter (or screen) is full or clogged with fabric softener residue. (7) Main Control Board is receiving voltage but not transmitting it. (8) Main Control Board isn’t detecting sensor signals. (9) Moisture Sensor is coated with fabric softener. (10) Moisture Sensor is inaccurately reporting moisture levels. (11) Motor Relay has burnt out. (12) Power Cord is shorting out. (13) Thermal Fuse is blown. (14) Timer Contacts or Internal Cams are worn out. (15) Timer is malfunctioning. (16) Timer Motor is bad. (17) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Properly Working Dryer again.
shuts off too soon
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4 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Cycling Thermostat is broken or contacts have fused together. (2) Cycling Thermostat is malfunctioning, or is faulty. (3) Timer Contacts or Internal Cams are worn out. (4) Timer Motor is bad.
Enjoy a Working Dry Timer again.
timer doesn't work
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9 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Blower Wheel is loose or slipping. (2) Cycling Thermostat is malfunctioning, or is faulty. (3) Cycling Thermostat is inaccurately sensing the temperature. (4) Cycling Thermostat not regulating temperatures properly. (5) Exhaust Tube (or vent) is clogged by lint or debris. (6) Felt Drum Seals are distorted or missing. (7) Heating Element has a faulty limiter or is shorting out. (8) High Limit Thermostat contacts have fused together or is faulty. (9) Thermistor is not accurately sensing or regulating the temperature.
Enjoy a Properly Heating Dryer again.
too hot - overheating
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Circuit Breaker is weak. (2) Drive Motor is bad. (3) Drive Motor Windings are shorting out. (4) Heating Element Assembly is shorting out. (5) Terminal Block Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Working Dryer again.
trips the circuit breaker
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2 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Switch is faulty. (2) Door Switch senses the door is closed when its open.
Enjoy a Properly Working Dryer again.
runs constantly, or too long
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2 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Catch is worn down. (2) Door Strike is broken.
Enjoy a Properly Working Door again.
door won't close
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Circuit Breaker has tripped. (2) Outlet is faulty. (3) Power Cord is shorting out. (4) Power Cord Prongs are disconnected. (5) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Working Dryer again.
no power - won't turn on

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Baffle (or lifter)
Belt Switch
Blower Fan Blade
Blower Wheel
Blower Wheel Housing
Blower Wheel Sleeve
Circuit Breaker
Cool Down Thermostat
Cycling Thermostat
Door Catch
Door Seal
Door Strike
Door Switch

Drive Motor
Drum Bearings
Drum Belt
Drum Glides (slides)
Drum Roller Axles
Drum Rollers (support rollers)
Electronic Control Board
Exhaust Tube (or vent)
Exterior Damper
Felt Drum Seals
Gas Control Valve
Gas Value Solenoid Coils
Heater Relays
Drive Belt

Heating Element
Heating Element Assembly
High Limit Thermostat
Idler Pulley
Igniter
Lint Filter (or screen)
Main Control Board
Moisture Sensor
Motor Bearings or Bushings
Motor Relay
Motor Windings or Switch
Outlet
Power Cord
Power Cord Prongs

Radiant Flame Sensor
Solenoid Coils
Start Switch
Temperature Sensor
Terminal Block Wires
Thermal Cut-off Fuse
Thermal Fuse
Thermistor
Timer
Timer Contacts
Timer Internal Cams
Timer Motor
Wires