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Dryer Repair

Discussion in 'Homeowners Corner' started by jblnd, Nov 28, 2016.

  1. jblnd

    jblnd New Member

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    Anyone have a handyman recommendation to fix a dryer? It works but no heat.
     
  2. JTC

    JTC New Member

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    I just had the same issue with an electric Samsung dryer. Ended up having to replace the heating element. Wasn't too bad of a repair. What type/model number is your dryer?
     
  3. jblnd

    jblnd New Member

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    Kenmore. I am sure that's the issue but not a handy person and would rather have someone replace either the fuse or the board.
     
  4. aloha

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    Mine had a reset button inside the dryer so the heating element didn't overheat.
    Just had to replace the reset button- worked fine ever since.
     
  5. Echogirl

    Echogirl New Member

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    Old Dominion Appliance Repair
    703-754-8500

    Alan Gailey is the owner. Fabulous service and reasonable prices!
     
  6. flynnibus

    flynnibus Well-Known Member Forum Staff

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    Not sure your handy level - but its an easy repair. I just did my Samsung for $14. The full spread of parts it could be was like $35 and its all stuff you can do with a screwdriver and a pair of pliers. Lots of youtube out there on it too.
     

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