Depending on the type of dryer you own (gas or electric), the type of fabric, the size of the load you are putting into the dryer, how wet the clothes are, and the condition of your dryer exhasut venting will determine your drying time.Continue reading
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.
Need a new dryer but do not know what kind? Well lucky for you there are two different kinds of dryers you can choose from. Some prefer to buy electric dryers over gas dryers or vice versa.
Before you purchase a clothes dryer, you will need to understand the difference between the two types because Electric and Gas both have their pros and cons.Although the difference between electric and gas dryers are how they are powered by but decades of testing reveled that they both perform similarly.
Appliance repair may seem like a daunting task, but it’s actually pretty easy! The hardest part is probably finding what part is which and what goes where. But don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. There are a few common parts that can cause your dryer not to start. This information involves both gas & electric drying machines.