We repair all brands/models Dryers in North Metro, GA such as Kenmore Dryers, Whirlpool Dryers, GE Dryers, Admiral Dryers, Amana Dryers and many more.We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for North Metro, GA dryer repairs and there is no extra charge for the weekend or night dryer repair appointments. Our service call is Free with the dryer repair and all the work is guaranteed for 1 year.
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Please read these preventative and easy-to-repair tips. However if your Dryer problem cannot be resolved with our easy tips, consider calling us for an appointment. We will be happy to help.
Anatomy of Dryer
Air is drawn in the front bottom of the dryer. It passes around the outside of the dryer basket and enters the system then at the rear of the dryer basket. It will on passes either over the dryer burner flame or over the hot coils of the dryer heater. It is then heated and drawn through holes at the rear of the basket. Inside the basket, the heated air passes around the clothes (pick., up moisture and lint). It is then drawn through holes in the inner dryer door panel, and down through the lint trap. For, the lint is trapped so that it is forced out the dryer exhaust system. The air enters the air duct as it is being pulled by the dryer blower and is forced out the exhaust duct where a biased thermostat measures the air temperature. The air then passes out of the dryer and into the exhaust system to the outside.
Dryer Cycles of Operation
The following is a description of the cycles of operation of a clothes dryer.
This cycle selection allows the user to vary the drying time up to 70 minutes and to determine the temperature setting by adjusting a Separate temperature dryer control switch. The user can choose from four (4) different temperatures: Regular (high), Medium, Low, and Air Fluff (no heat). Once the dryer and temperature selection have been made, the dryer start button must be depressed to start the dryer. One hundred and twenty volts is applied to the dryer drive motor which, in turn, rotates the drum and the blower. As the motor comes up to speed: (1) the centrifugal switch in the motor opens the circuit to the motor run windings; (2) closes a holding circuit which parallels the circuit through the dryer start switch that is closed only while the start button is pressed; and (3) closes a set of contacts to complete a 210-volt circuit through the heating element, to complete a 120-volt circuit to the burner on gas models.
(This switch arrangement in the motor is designed to open the heat circuit.) The temperature of the air in the drum will normally be kept between 100 and 180°F when the Regular heat selected. A dryer high limit thermostat is in series with the thermostat to prevent dryer overheating. Approximately 6 minutes before the tinted cycle is complete, the circuit to the heating element or burner will open, permitting the clothes to cool down before the drum stops rotating. This feature helps to reduce wrinkling of the clothes.
Auto-Dry The temperature control dryer thermostat a-high limit thermostat are connected in parallel with the dryer motor. The dryer timer motor is, therefore, shunted out of circuit by the thermostat as long as it is closed. This prevent the dryer to heat air for an extended period of time until reaches the selected cutout temperature.