Common Dryer Issues

Is your dryer making strange noises? Don't panic! In this blog post, we'll explore common dryer noises and provide tips on how to fix them. Say goodbye to annoying dryer sounds and keep your appliance running smoothly.

7/22/20231 min read

white front-load clothes washer
white front-load clothes washer

Firstly, inadequate heating is a frequent problem, often caused by a faulty heating element or thermostat. Secondly, excessive noise during operation may indicate a worn-out belt or motor. Thirdly, a dryer not spinning is commonly caused by a broken drive belt or faulty motor. Fourthly, if the dryer fails to start, it could be due to a defective power cord or a malfunctioning control board. Fifthly, a dryer that overheats may have clogged vents or a defective thermostat. Sixthly, clothes not drying properly could be a result of a clogged lint filter or blocked vent. Seventhly, a dryer drum that doesn't turn smoothly may have worn-out glides or rollers. Eighthly, a burning smell coming from the dryer might indicate a lint fire or overheating components. Ninthly, if the dryer door won't latch, it may need a new door latch or catch. Lastly, a malfunctioning timer can cause inconsistent drying times.