If your dryer is not come on or doesn’t get hot or you have any other problem, you need our dryer company in Oakland or Fremont. Our dryer repair team is ready to take care of the rest; returning your dryer to perfect working order. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for Oakland or Fremont dryer repair appointment. We will do our make every effort to schedule your dryer repair appointment for a time that is most convenient for you:
Be assured that we always work with your busy schedule for your Oakland or Fremont dryer repair or service appointment.
Please note that all purchased dryer parts are shipped directly to you.
If you prefer, you can set up your dryer repair appointment also via email. In your note please provide us with your name, phone number, zip code and a brief description of the problem that you experiencing with your dryer. When we receive your email we will contact you as soon as possible, with the solution for your Oakland or Fremont dryer repair appointment.
We service and repair all dryer brands and models:
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Our dryer repair coverege area includes entire Oakland or Fremont and the surrounding cities:
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The information which we provide on our website is to help you gain more knowledge about your dryer. Our goal also is to help learn how to bring more efficiency usage for your dryers which will bring to you savings on utility, future repairs and extended life of your dryers unit.
Warning: DRYERS CAN BECOME DANGEROUS IF YOU TRY TO REPAIR WITHOUT EXPERIENCE, TRADE KNOWLEDGE, AND THE RIGHT TOOLS. Chances with your safety and health can become very expensive. The following information is strictly for your own knowledge. Our strong advice for you is to not perform any dryer repairs on your own. Dryer repairs without professional experience, training with gas or electric systems and knowledge can become very dangerous.
The biggest enemy you have in a clothes dryer is lint. Lint will plug up the venting, reduce the efficiency of your dryer, increase your energy bill, cause expensive service calls and can catch fire. Lint is creating millions and millions of dollars of extra business for the service industry. It doesn’t have to be that way. Your dryer can be safe. All you have to do is maintain the product properly. Please read the maintenance section of this chapter very carefully and follow my directions to the letter. It could save you hundreds of dollars in service calls, your house and possibly your life and that of your family. Some dryers will only last three to five years before they de¬velop serious service problems. Before you buy a dryer do your homework. Read Consumer’s Reporr and make sure you are buying a good machine. Most dryers have one thermostatic control set to operate around 145 degrees F., but some dryers offer an adjustable thermostat which you can set according to the nature of the load you are drying. The adjustable thermostat can range from 120 degrees for delicate clothing to 155 degrees for heavy cottons and linens. You can check your dryer’s temperature by inserting a candy or meat thermometer in the exhaust vent at the point where the vent is attached to the dryer. The machine’s temperature sensors are usually located within the exhaust duct, just inside the dryer. There is another thermostat in your dryer, but it is there for safety purposes only. The safety thermostat shuts off the heating element or burner when the temperature in the dryer exceeds 200 degrees. Normally, your dryer will never even approach 200 degrees; it gets that hot only in cases where the thermostat sticks, the heating element becomes grounded, or the air flow through the dryer is blocked. Most dryers that were built within the past few years have sealed-for-life lubrication, if you ever disassemble the dryer for any reason, however, you must be sure that all bearing surfaces are lubricated; use the manufacturer’s recommended lubricant. One important spot to check is around the front edge. The drum of many modern dryers is supported on rollers at the rear, while in front the flange of the door opening serves as a bearing surface. If the surface appears to be dry, lubricate it according to the manufacturer’s instructions.