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    Al Gurm Abu Dhabi Washing Machine Repair

    Before calling a technician to repair your dryer, you might be pleased and even surprised to learn that you can do many repairs yourself. In contrast to your washing machine, the dryer is a simpler device that is lighter in weight. This means that even critical dryer repairs that involve removing the drum are relatively easy. Many issues are as easy to solve as cleaning out a vent, while others require only a few minor adjustments.
    The type of tools you will need will vary depending on the repair. Generally, you will use basic household tools that you may already own, such as a cordless drill, Phillips head screwdriver, pliers, putty knife, shop vacuum, and shop light. To open some panels, you may need to purchase a hex nut driver set.
    Important Safety Instructions
    As high-voltage appliances, electric dryers do present a great danger to the do-it-yourself repair person. Follow all safety instructions. In order to generate enough heat to dry and tumble clothes, electric dryers use twice the amount of voltage (240V) than is found in common household outlets. You will see this on the electrical service panel, with a dryer circuit breaker that is twice as big as the other circuit breakers. Always take care to flip off this circuit breaker and unplug the machine before undertaking any repairs.
    • Dryer Produces No   Heat or Does Not Heat Up Enough
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    • Turn machine to   a heating cycle:   Check to make sure that your dryer is on a drying cycle that   includes heat. An "air-only" cycle will not adequately dry   the clothing.
    • Clean the lint   filter:   If your lint filter is clogged, heated air will not freely   flow through the drum, slowing the drying cycle. Clean the lint   filter and dispose of the lint.
    • Clean vent tube:   The rigid metal or corrugated foil vent tube that leads to the   exterior may be clogged. Remove and shake it to force the lint   out.
    • Check your   circuit breakers:   Even though your electric dryer operates on double circuit breakers,   only one of the breakers needs to be operable for the drum to   rotate. This leads to a situation where the drum is rotating   normally but no heat is being produced because that second, critical   breaker is not working. A gas dryer does not require that   double-breaker system; you will find only one breaker for these   types of dryers.
    • Determine if the   heating element is working:   Electric dryers use a cylinder-shaped element to heat air. The air   is drawn into one end of the element, heated, then passed out the   other end and into the drum. If the element is not working, air   cannot heat up.
    • Dryer   Will Not Start

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    • Check cord,      plug, and receptacle:      Because of the dryer's high voltage draw, the cord and peripheral      items such as the plug and receptacle may become melted. If you      discover this, do not use the heater until you can entirely replace      all affected items.
    • Check door      actuator:      For your dryer to start, both your dryer door actuator and door      switch must be working. Located on the door itself, the actuator is      little more than a spring-loaded metal "finger" that      pushes into the door switch. This is an easily available cheap item      that is simple to replace.
    • Check door      switch:      The door switch is a fairly inexpensive electrical device located      in the dryer. The actuator "finger" pushes the switch      when the door is closed to tell the dryer that it can begin      working. Check this item with a multi-meter for electrical      continuity. If this is not working, replace this item.
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    •     Dryer   Is Not Venting to Outside
    When the dryer is venting properly, you should be able to go outside and feel hot, damp air coming out of the vent. If this is not happening, there are four key points to check that might be blocking the air.
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      • Vent: At      the vent-the very endpoint-lint may jam up when the flaps are      not working properly. Clear with your fingers or suck out the vent      with a shop vacuum. You may need to entirely replace this outdoor      vent if the flaps do not open and close freely.
      • Vent tube: You      may have either a rigid metal or corrugated aluminum foil vent tube      leading from the dryer to the wall. Remove at two points-the      dryer and the wall-and clear out the vent.
      • Dryer: Lint      may have become clogged within the dryer. Special devices such as      Lint Lizard or Lint Eater attach to your vacuum or drill and allow      you to grab out the lint from within the limited spaces of the      dryer's interior.
      • Dryer      filter: The      dryer lint filter should be cleaned after every load. Replace the      filter if it is broken or otherwise not trapping the lint.
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      • Dryer   Is Noisy
      Not all dryer noises mean the same thing. Diagnose your dryer's problem by identifying the noise.
      • Squeaking noise:   This may mean that your drum roller bearings are not operating as   they should and either need to be replaced or lubricated. These   bearings look like little rubber wheels and are located within the   machine. You will need to open the machine at the top, then slide   the drum forward to access the bearings.
      • High-pitched squealing   noise:   Your idler pulley may need to be replaced. The idler pulley is a   spring-loaded arm that regulates the tightness of the drum belt. If   it is too tight or too loose, the friction causes the squealing   sound.
      • Thumping noise:   If the dryer had a long period when it was not being used, the   rubber on the drum rollers may have flattened. When the drum   rotates, it will not spin smoothly. Every time the round drum hits a   flat area, it will thump. Replace the rollers, as they cannot be   repaired.
      • Screeching   noise, like metal on metal:   Your dryer glides may be worn or damaged. A glide is a small,   inexpensive part made of plastic and felt that acts as a guide for   the drum to move on the drum rollers. After enough time, glides will   eventually wear down. Remove the top of the dryer, then the front   bulkhead to access the glides. Glides cannot be repaired, so replace   them entirely.
      • Dryer Drum Will   Not Move
      When the dryer will not tumble the clothes, the cause might be that the motor has broken. But when you can hear the motor running and the drum is still not turning, the cause is likely a worn or broken drive belt. This is a cheap part that is easy to obtain, but it does require accessing the dryer drum.
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      • Remove the dryer's   top panel by inserting the putty knife in the slot and pressing the   spring-loaded clips on the left and right sides.
      • Release the front   bulkhead with the appropriate tool, likely the hex nut driver or   Phillips head screwdriver.
      • Release the   electrical harness by unsnapping the plastic connector.
      • Lift the front   bulkhead forward and set it out of the way.
      • Loosen the drive   belt by releasing the tension on the idler pulley. Lift the drive   belt up and away from the drum.
      • Drape the new drive   belt around the drum, making sure that the ribbed side of the belt   is against the drum.
      • Reach to the back   and loop the belt over the driveshaft and the idler pulley.
      • Replace the   bulkhead and top panel. Plugin the machine and turn on the circuit   breaker again to test.