Is your dryer shutting off too soon and not completing its cycle? Do you constantly go downstairs to check your clothes and they’re still wet! Then you have to dry it, wait for it, and go into your scary basement one more time. No worries, we are here to help you identify the parts in your dryer that would be causing it to turn off too soon. You may have to repair a certain part or call a technician to repair it for you.
The worst day of the week…you know…the one no one looks forward to. You separate your lights from your darks and your towels and whatever you may have. That all goes in the washer. Phew! That’s a job all on it’s own. Now, it’s time for the tricky part. Do you dry everything for the sole reason that you enjoy having warm clothes as soon as they come out of the dryer? Or do you hang dry everything? We did some research and found out what fabrics are safe to put in your dryer and what fabrics you might want to hang dry or take to the dry cleaner.Continue reading
Dryers: we’re all pretty familiar with them. For decades, they’ve helped to make laundry a little bit easier, saving us the hassle of having to line dry everything and speeding things up so we can have our warm fluffy towels, dry clothes, blankets, and more sooner.
We turn the knob, push start and expect it to handle the rest. But how does the dryer know just what to do? Part of this is thanks to the Dryer Timer, a key player when it comes to managing the different cycles, which is why they’re this week’s Product Pick.Continue reading
Don’t you wish you could easily reverse the door swing on your dryer to make it more easily accessible from your washing machine? The good news is that it can be done! The better news is that you can do it yourself in about twenty minutes! Here is a step by step process that shows you how to reverse your door swing on a Maytag (Whirlpool) Dryer (model number MGDC300BW1).
Have you noticed that your dryer isn’t heating up as much as it used to? Maybe it’s not even heating up at all anymore? This may be due to a faulty thermal fuse in the back of your dryer, but don’t worry. We will guide you through easy steps in testing and replacing a faulty thermal fuse if needed.
Are you noticing that your clothes are coming out of the dryer still damp? Or maybe you’ve realized that it has been taking longer than usual for your dryer to fully dry your laundry. These issues may be due to a clogged duct or vent that requires cleaning, but don’t worry! Below are the simple steps to help guide you through cleaning your drying machine.