Imagine going to the laundromat, only to find a sign saying that all the machines were out of order.
We have dealt with laundromat owners in the North Hollywood CA community and we know how frustrating it can be to not have a reliable appliance repair company around. Thankfully, our long past of happy clients who paid for dryer repair in North Hollywood CA through one of our repair guys is proof in-and-of itself that we are, by all means, reliable.
Every service crew sees members come and go, and through our longstanding position in the North Hollywood CA market we have watched many of our employees stick around. Regardless, the impression left when others turn to us for their North Hollywood dryer repair needs is always second-to-none. This is because we have formulated a simple, yet highly-effective way to treat every single dryer repair that we face.
First, we undertake the diagnosis process whether you believe you know what the problem is or not. That way, we are certain there are no other dryer parts that could also be defective or in need of replacement. Then, we construct a rough draft of the invoice to give you an idea on what you can expect to pay once your dryer repair is done.
What we actually charge you post-repair will be dependent on what we are charged; service hours are easily figured out by the Major Appliance Service National Price Guide textbook. Meanwhile, the receipt total for dryer parts in North Hollywood CA that are bought for your repair is what we will go by when giving you the bill for repair.
If that wasn’t already great enough, you also get to save even more whenever we get special cost cuts on dryer parts through our local suppliers. Long story short, give us a shout if you require dryer repair in North Hollywood CA as we are highly-qualified to take your call.
When a drying machine doesn’t want to start it’s often because the door switch or the plunger has a defect. If the plunger goes missing or gets damaged it needs replaced for the machine to work again. Also, it’s very common for a dryer door switch to wear out after a few years and shutting the door aggressively can cause it to wear out faster. To check whether the switch is at fault, you must use a multimeter to test for continuity. The same should be done with the thermal fuse afterwards, which is located on the blower housing unit.