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We repair all the brands and models of dryers in Houston. Whether your dryer runs noisy and it takes too long to dry the clothes or you have any problematic issues with it, just call our toll free number and let us take care of the rest. We are available anytime for your Houston dryer repair at:

You can always call our toll free line to schedule your Houston dryer repair appointment at:

877-244-4580

Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts

We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc. and we are not affiliate with any insurance and home warranty companies.

Or contact us via email. Please include your name, phone number and a brief description of the problem you are having with your dryer. We will contact you immediately when we receive the email, in order to schedule your appointment for your Houston dryer repair.

We service and repair all dryer brands and models:

Magic Chef dryers
Kenmore dryers
Roper dryers
Whirlpool dryers

Kitchen Aid dryers
Maytag dryers
Jenn Air dryers
Modern Maid dryers

Speed Queen dryers
Montgomery Wards dryers
Kelvinator dryers
and more view all brands

Our dryer repair coverege area includes entire Houston and the surrounding cities:

Acres Homes  
Clear Lake City  
Braeswood Place  
Kingwood  
River Oaks  
Sharpstown  
South Park  

North Shore 

Alief 

Houston Heights  
Independence Heights
Addicks  
Aldine
Oak Forest  
Memorial  
Meyerland 
Spring Branch  
 

Braeburn   

Houston
Willowbrook
Genoa  
Maplewood  
Harrisburg  

Sunnyside 
Inwood Forest 

view all of the zip codes in our service repair area


The information below is posted by us for you to become more familiar with your dryer. Also, this information will also help to you to use your dryer more efficiently and effectively, which will save you money on your utility bills and unexpected dryer repairs. However, we do not recommend that you to get involved with any dryer repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most air conditioning systems require experience, professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. For professional help call us anytime at:

877-244-4580

Gas Dryers

The dryer door switch causes an interruption of electricity when the door is open, and therefore a cessation of dryer operation. Another safety device in every dryer is a thermostat that keeps the dryer from overheating. When the inside of the dryer reaches a high heat (perhaps a buildup of lint is preventing normal air flow), this so-called high-limit thermostat opens and interrupts the electric circuit, causing the dryer to shut down. Keep in mind that every dryer uses electricity even models that employ gas as the heat source. Electricity is needed to ignite the gas and operate the motor. (Some gas models have a pilot light that burns all the time, similar to the pilot on a gas stove. These don't have electrically operated coils to ignite gas.) An interesting feature of many newer model clothes dryers is an electronic dampness-sensor system. What this does is "measure" the dampness in clothes, keeping the dryer turned on as long as the clothes need drying, but shutting the dryer off as soon as drying is completed. This prevents dryer operation when it is not needed. Generally, these sensors are in the form of baffles located in the drum and wrapped with wire. Wired baffles are either positive or negative. When wet clothes are put into the dryer and lay across baffles, moisture completes the circuit between positive and negative, and the dryer operates. When the clothes are dry, the moisture has dissipated and the circuit is broken. The dryer shuts down. A sign that something is wrong with the electronic sensor system is when the dryer does not shut off automatically when clothes are dry. This is a complicated, delicate system, and its dryer repair should be left to a factory-trained dryer serviceman. The heat source in a gas dryer and its controls A CLOTHES DRYER that uses gas as a heating source can be compared with a gas stove, although the two are not alike. But comparison may make Understanding easier. A gas dryer has a main burner that resembles the burner on a stove. Just as gas is fed to the stove's burner, gas must be fed to the main burner of a dryer. The dryer's main burner is positioned in the air-flow path so that heated air is circulated through the drum in which damp clothes are tumbling. Just as with a gas stove, there has to be a means of igniting the gas coming from the main burner. In a gas stove, this is accomplished by means of a gas-fed pilot light that is burning constantly. There are some models of gas dryers that have a gas-fed pilot light, but they are few and far between, so for all intents and purposes the similarity between a gas stove and a gas clothes dryer ends here. In most dryers that use gas as a heating source, the device that ignites the gas when the dryer is turned on is an electrically operated glow coil. It works in conjunction with another part called a thermocouple control. In essence, the thermocouple control is a safety device that will shut off gas going to the main burner in the event of an accidental flame-out. This prevents lethal gas from permeating the home. Involved with the glow coil and thermocouple is a solenoid that is on the gas line. When the solenoid activates, it opens a valve to allow gas to flow to the burner. When the solenoid deactivates because gas (heat) is no longer needed, or there is a flame-out, or if a malfunction such as an excessive buildup of heat creates a hazardous situation, the valve seals the gas line. A solenoid is an electromagnet consisting basically of a spring-loaded iron bar that moves freely into and out of a coil of wire. When electricity flows through the coil of wire, the coil becomes a magnet that has more force than the spring. It pulls the iron bar through the center of the coil. When voltage is interrupted, the spring controlling the iron bar has greater pull and returns the iron bar to its original position, out of the coil.

For professional dryer repair help in Houston call us anytime at:

877-244-4580

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