As homeowners, you’ve heard the rule of thumb that you need to clean your dryer lint trap after every load! Is this true? Yes!! There are many reasons why cleaning your lint filter is good for your drying machine. We are here to tell you why it is important to clean your lint filter after every use and how often you should clean it!
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.
There could be many reasons as to why your dryer is still spinning but not producing any heat. Your dryer consists of so many different parts that any one could contribute to this problem. Listed below, we have the most likely parts that could be causing this problem. First, see if these parts are the issue, if not you may need technical help from a repair guide.
Doing laundry seems pretty simple but do you use the same setting for every dryer load? If yes, then you are most likely doing your laundry wrong this entire time. By using the same settings for every load will not give the best results from your dryer unless you were all the same types of fabrics with the same size load.
These setting might be confusing but there are there for a reason. By following our guide and you’ll never ruin your garments by picking the wrong settings.
Welcome to our series, every week we will be selecting a new part or product we sell and explaining its use and importance. This article will talk about the Lint Catching Brush that goes in and brings out lint from the dryer traps. 1st Source Servall will explain the way the lint catching brush is used in your drying machine and how it reduces fire hazards within your dryer.
Welcome to our new series, every week we will be selecting a new part or product we sell and explaining its use and importance. This article will talk about Thermal fuses which are used for your drying machine. If your dryer is not heating it may be a faulty thermal. 1st Source Servall will explain how this part works and why it is important.
A thermal fuse is a safety part that’s purpose is to shut off the electrical flow that powers the heating mechanism when the exhaust becomes overheated. It is similar to an electrical fuse and it can’t be reset, it must be removed and replaced when it is worn out or broken.
Did you know more than 15 thousand clothes dryer related fires occur each year? Laundry is something we have integrated into our normal lives but following these dryer safety tips can help save your property and family from any dryer related fires.
Thermistors, Thermostats, Thermal Fuses, Thermal Cutoffs… with so many parts monitoring the temperature of your dryer it can get a little confusing. Although they may all sound similar, each part serves a different purpose, working to make sure that your dryer is running safely and efficiently.
In this Product Pick of the Week, we’ll be talking about some of the most common temperature sensing and monitoring parts in your Dryer and share with you a few signs that they may need to be replaced. Continue reading