Dryer won’t turn on?

When you’ve got a lot on your plate as it is, the last thing you want to come across is a situation where your dryer won’t turn on. Our crews have been at it for a long time restoring dryers and diagnosing them properly, and we’ve come to the conclusion that there should be an online resource aimed at assisting clientele in determining what’s wrong with their machine and what can be done to fix it.

Drive belt - Once possible reason your dryer won’t turn on is because of a faulty drive belt. Some dryers have a mechanism where if the drive belt snaps it activates a switch that kills the power to the entire machine. This can be a relatively simple fix as it would require you to check and see if the belt is broken; if it is then all that’s needed is a simple replacement of the busted driver belt.

Thermal cut out fuse kit - There are many different safeguards in your machine that prevent from such things like overheating or other types of temperature control. They typically consist of fuses and thermostats that are contained in a kit; so when your dryer won’t turn on you can simply check your kit to see if it’s the source of the problem.

Other types of issues that could be contributing to your dryer not turning on can be things like your belt switch, main control board, or timer. Although these components are rarely the source of the problem, they’re still worth checking because if they’re the sources of the problem they would have to be replaced altogether.

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