One of the first things I tell people to check when doing some simple diagnosis on their dryer is to first check the back for clogged lint. This is one of the more common problems when facing a troublesome dryer that just isn’t doing what it is supposed to do: dry your clothes.
We all know that the longer that dryer runs, the more we have to pay at the end of the month for utility bills. This can be frustrating because some people do not have the time or money to call a professional appliance repair company to come out and fix their problems. But this can simply be resolved because the most common problems can be fixed by just about anyone, and in a timely manner at that. Let us get started Dryer Repair Los Angeles.
Before doing any type of repair or maintenance on your dryer or any appliance on that matter: you should simply unplug it from its power source. More than not, when people are trying to troubleshoot an appliance problem, they forget this simple first step and it can and has caused serious injuries or even harmful effects to themselves and their families. So be safe, and unplug it from the outlet.
You are going to want to get at an access point from behind the dryer: simple pull the dryer away from the wall so that you can get to the coil duct system near the bottom of the dryer. With the proper tool, loosen the clap so that you can pull the duct from the dryer exhaust. Do not force anything, because you do not want the duct to rip. The duct is make up of very good material that is designed to withstand hot temperatures, but something they can rip if their forced. You are going to want to remove the other end of the duct that is mounted to the wall. Once you have both ends removed, simply check for any lint that might be in the dryer exhaust pipe: you can easily do this with your hand, just be careful of any sharp edges around the opening of the exhaust hole.
Once you remove all the lint from the dryer exhaust hole, you can now take the dryer duct outside and remove any lint that might be clogged inside.