Clothes Dryer Repair Service
Trusted Clothes Dryer Repair Service in Northern Los Angeles, CA
As with any laundry appliance, a clothes dryer can also encounter maintenance problems. Our expert repair technicians can detect any issues with your clothes dryer.
Need Your Clothes Dryer Fixed? Technicians Near You in Northern LA, CA
Our team of skilled technicians boasts a wealth of experience in managing various clothes dryer models. We offer comprehensive diagnostics and repair services tailored to a wide array of dryer styles. Our dedicated professionals stand ready to address your appliance repair needs, providing prompt service at your home and at your convenience. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, we ensure the protection and maintenance of your clothes dryer, delivering 100% job satisfaction. Trust ReliableTechTeam to provide exceptional, cost-effective clothes dryer services.
Common Problems and Solutions
Most frequent questions and answers
Is it worth fixing a dryer?
Depending on the dryer's age and the problem's complexity, repairing it may be a viable option. If your dryer is less than four years old and the repair cost is under $500, fixing it could be a good choice. However, if it's older and repairs are more expensive, you may want to consider purchasing a new appliance.
How do you know if your dryer needs attention?
Typical indications that your dryer needs an inspection by an experienced appliance repair technician include: failure to start, drum not spinning, insufficient heat production, squealing or grinding noises, banging and popping sounds, or the dryer stopping mid-cycle.
Why does a dryer make a clunking noise?
A slower clunking/squeezy noise might point to issues such as metal-to-metal scraping from worn drum glides, a worn belt, or a loose clothes baffle. If you hear clunking when the drum is empty, there could be objects in the blower wheel.
What could be the issue if my dryer isn't heating at all?
First, check the circuit breaker to ensure your dryer is receiving the correct power. On some dryer brands, the motor will run but won't heat. The dryer's circuit breaker requires 240 volts, with the motor needing 120 volts to operate and the remaining 120 volts powering the heating element on an electric dryer.
Why does my dryer take so long to dry?
This issue is often caused by kinked vent tubing, a vent restriction, or venting material that is too long from the dryer's location to the outside vent. If the venting material appears to be short enough but the problem persists, there may be a vent restriction or the distance from the dryer vent to the outside is too long. A quick way to test vent airflow is to turn on the dryer without any clothes inside. The amount of airflow should be equal to the air exhausting from the dryer without the vent attached. If the issue continues, call us right away to schedule a service appointment.
Areas We Serve in Northern Los Angeles, CA
San Fernando valley:
Arleta, Burbank, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Encino, Glendale, Glenoaks, Granada Hills, Hansen Hills, Hidden Hills, La Crescenta, Lake Balboa, Lake View Terrace, Mission Hills, North Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Pacoima, Panorama City, Porter Ranch, Reseda, San Fernando, Shadow Hills, Sherman Oaks, Sun Valley, Sunland, Studio City, Sylmar, Tarzana, Toluca Lake, Toluca Terrace, Tujunga, Valley Glen, Valley Village, Van Nuys, Verdugo, West Hills, West Toluca Lake, Winnetka, Woodland Hills.
Valencia, Saugus, Canyon Country, Stevenson Ranch, Santa Clarita, Newhall, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Santa Rosa Valley, Lynn Ranch, Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Oak Park, Westlake Village, Agoura Hills.