Whether it’s during the summertime or winter, not having a dryer properly heating and drying your clothes is an issue that can quickly become a headache, especially if it’s not addressed promptly.
While some folks might be able to get away with drying their clothes outside over the summer, not every person has proper clotheslines to do this. And, after having invested in a high-quality Samsung dryer, you’re probably not going to want to be air drying your clothing anyway. In other words, for many, dryers are a necessity year-round, and with Samsung being a top-of-the-line brand, it only makes sense that you’d be upset when your dryer is on the fritz. On the other hand, the good news is that when your Samsung dryer does fail on you, there are a few simple troubleshooting steps you can take that might be able to help you fix your problem on your own.
Or, if you prefer, you can always give us a call, and we’ll have your dryer back up and running in time.
Even when you set your dryer to the air dry setting, it will still release hot air when drying your clothes. The reason for that is that every dryer in the world is designed to release hot air to dry them. Your dryers settings are merely a way to control how much heat is being released during a cycle. So when a heating issue occurs and your dryer is blowing nothing but cold air, the reason it’s doing so is usually because one or more of the following parts are faulty:
While these components are designed to last as long as possible, they’re not invincible. In other words, it’s not unusual for these components to wear out over time due to regular use, especially when you’re dealing with an older machine. With that said, a few common factors that could cause these components to wear out prematurely include:
Naturally, avoiding these things in the future will ensure the dryer works in the future.
However, no matter what components of your dryer are failing, there are a few steps that you can take to fix some of those issues. Below, we’ll go over a few tips to help you try to resolve the issue on your own.
While fixing your own dryer can be easy, there are several benefits to looking for professional help. While it’s an additional expense, professional help can ensure that you save time, prevent potential injuries, and prevent additional damages to your unit.
When you hire our team of trained professionals, we ensure that: