Frustrated how your dryer just goes off at the middle of cycle before your clothes get dried, without you knowing what exactly the problem might be?
To correct the problem, it’s important to know some common reasons why your dryer doesn’t complete a cycle, as it could just involve a minor repair that can be done yourself.
As frustrating as getting your laundry stuck because your dryer doesn’t complete a cycle, there are some things you can do to fix your dryer and have it running again.
Here are a few tips:
The drive motor is what spins the shaft of the motor, which then spins the idler pulley, which in turn causes the drive belt which is enclosed around the dryer drum to also spin. What makes the drum spin during the cycle is the movement of all the above mentioned elements.
If the drive motor during a cycle, overheats or goes off and then restarts after it cools off, it means the drive motor is bad and has to be replaced. However, the drive motor wire uses a connection that can be worked on, while the motor internal components cannot be fixed. Also, the drive motor should be replaced if it refuses to run when power is applied to it.
The dryer timer is a knob that controls the panel and helps in setting the drying time. During the cycle, a small motor on the back of the timer helps advance the timer. However, if the contacts aren’t working, the dryer will not be able to start, nor heat or complete its cycle. You will have to replace the timer in order to have the dryer working properly, thereby completing its cycle.
Your dryer is the one appliance that you simply cannot do without. So, when you need fast repairs, call Express Repair GTA at (647) 492-7773. Here are a few reasons why you should call us: