Dryer Repair Las Vegas
Is your dryer acting up and is not getting hot? Give Gabe Gordon a call on our local number. We will send out a dedicated service member to assess the dryer problem. Remember, we have staff on hand 24/7 for any emergency.
Or if you prefer, send us your inquiry at email@example.com. Briefly specify the problem you are having along with your contact information.
We provide dryer repair to all Las Vegas zip codes and surrounding cities. The following areas correspond to our Appliance service areas:
North Las Vegas
North North Las Vegas
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We repair all brands major dryers
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Information has been provided here to assist you in knowing about your dryer. This will enable you to effectively use your appliances and a give long life to them. This shall, in turn, reduce your usage costs and help you in save your money. Do not undertake repairs on your dryer by yourself. Familiarity, training, and appliance repair tools are the necessary elements for the safe and efficient repairs. Without these, electric and gas appliance system repairs may be dangerous. Get the assistance of our professionals with years of experience at Gabe Gordon Appliance Repair in Las Vegas. Do not forget to ring us 24/7 at:
DRYER MAINTENANCE AND INFORMATION
Extend the life of your dryer and improve its function by regularly performing some simple maintenance. Accomplish this task using simple tools you have laying around the house. No special experience is needed. The time spent on your machine will pay off with lower bills and fewer service calls.
Each month, check the lint screen of your dryer and wash it out with mild soap. Hold the screen flat and slowly pour water over the mesh. Removing the build up on the lint filter keeps the air flowing freely within the dryer. When airflow is stifled or trapped it creates a fire hazard. Avoid needless service costs when you are diligent about checking the lint screen.
Yearly, inspect the inside of the dryer thoroughly. Unplug the dryer prior to inspection. Use a flashlight to look inside the drum and in the back of the machine. The amount of lint and debris may surprise you. Remove the access panel and collect any large pieces of debris. Brush the interior of the dryer carefully with a brush. Use a shop-vac or vacuum hose to suck up the accumulated dust and debris. Removing the dirt keeps the airflow to the motor flowing freely. Restricted airflow may cause the motor to overheat. Pay special attention to the ends of the motor and the area surrounding the motor. The longevity of the dryer increases when it is free of dirt. Check carefully in the corners and edges for lint or dust. Thoroughly clean out any hint of dust. It builds up fast.
Finally, check the exterior dry vent flap. The flap is located outside of your house and behind the location of the dryer or nearby. Make sure the flap moves freely and closes tightly and lays flush with the opening. Sometimes the flap may stick or wedge open. Heat or air conditioning escapes your house quickly through these gaps. The cold air from the outside during winter months seeps into the dryer and decreases drying efficiency. Small animals or bugs may also enter the exposed vent line. Clean out the vent with the brush and vacuum as far as you can reach. Use the flashlight to locate any large objects that may reduce airflow.