Clothes Dryer Repair Guide

In this clothes dryer repair guide you will find information that will guide you on how to repair a dryer. It will walk you through the steps in repairing your dryer.

One thing you need to know before you get started repairing your clothes dryer is that most problems that occur with dryers is caused by the vent being stopped up. So after you make necessary repairs, check your vent and remember to always clean out your lint trap each time you use your clothes dryer.



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The procedures for clothes dryer repair vary greatly depending on the manufacturer. So, the first thing you must know is the manufacturer of your clothes dryer.


Over the years, appliance companies have merged, split up and gone out of business. This may cause some confusion, for example Whirlpool manufactures Roper brand. Therefore, if you have a Roper dryer you must look at the Whirlpool dryer repair section. The next thing you need to know is the exact problem that is occurring with your dryer. First check your clothes dryer to see the exact problem. Then look at the list below of problems that commonly occur with dryers and click on the one that best describes its problem. It’s important that you get this right because I will be asking you to check parts unnecessarily if you click the wrong link. But don’t worry you can always start over.

If your gas dryer is not heating click here Gas Dryer Repair Guide. Note if your gas dryer has any other problem choose from the links below.



With all the appliance company buy-outs, shutdowns and merges, it is easy to get confused as to what brand appliance you really have. Not to mention Sears Kenmore appliances are made by all appliance companies. It is important when repairing appliances to know what brand you are dealing with so I created this page to help you determine what brand appliance you have. Who Made My Appliance

Reading A Wiring Diagram For Appliance Repair
FAQ About Dryers
Dryer Belt installation Guide - Belt Diagrams
Dryer Vent Installation Guide
Dryer Cord Installation
How Dryers Work
Washer and Dryer Maintenance
Appliance Parts installation Tips
Gas Dryer Repair

Dryer Cuts Out After A Few Minutes Of Running           

Electronic Board Repair


Whirlpool Dryer Repair

Roper, Crosley, Estate, Maytag (after 2006) and most Kenmore

Whirlpool Clothes Dryer Disassembly


Whirlpool Dryer Noisy
Whirlpool Dryer Not Running
Whirlpool Dryer No Heat
Images and descriptions of Whirlpool dryer parts


General Electric Dryer Repair

Hotpoint and RCA

GE Dryer Disassembly Guide
GE Dryer Not Heating Or Long Dry Time
GE Dryer Noisy
GE Dryer Not Running
GE Timer Won't Advance/ Dryer won't cut itself off
Images and descriptions of common GE dryer parts


Maytag Dryer Repair (Before 2006)

Maytag Dryer Not Running
Maytag Dryer Not Heating
Noisy Maytag Dryer Repair Guide
Images and descriptions of Maytag dryer parts

Frigidaire Dryer Repair

Noisy Frigidaire Dryer Repair
Frigidaire Dryer No Heat Repair Guide
Frigidaire Dryer Won’t Run guide

I hope these pages help you with your clothes dryer repair.

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