We cover the whole of Co.Dublin & surrounding areas
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Regardless of the weather, Tumble dryers are very convenient for drying clothes in a short space of time. But when it stops working, help is at hand! Just give us a call to arrange a visit from a knowledgeable and friendly service engineer who will diagnose the fault and have your dryer back working in no time!

Common problems with Tumble Dryers include – Not heating or drying clothes, main motor making a loud noise, not rotating or spinning, belt broken, bearings worn out, will not turn on, not pumping water into the tank, leaking, door not closing properly etc. Whatever the issue, most tumble dryers can be repaired at a fraction of the cost of buying a new one. So give us a call today to arrange a visit from one of our expert engineers.

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Common Faq

Opting for Dryer repair should be your primary decision, except when the expense surpasses that of a new oven. Should your oven consistently underperform, necessitating frequent servicing, it could signal that it’s no longer a practical investment. The accumulation of expenses can swiftly become burdensome through repeated repair and part replacements. With these factors in mind, our technician will evaluate your appliance’s state during the initial visit and advise on the feasibility of proceeding.

We furnish you with adept and skilled technicians who are dedicated to resolving your concerns. Employing state-of-the-art tools, we swiftly pinpoint issues and provide effective solutions. We handle all the necessary assessments, ensuring your confidence in partnering with the finest appliance repair company in Dublin

  1. Failure to Heat: The dryer doesn’t produce heat, leading to damp or wet clothes after a cycle.

  2. Inadequate Drying: Clothes take longer to dry than usual, indicating reduced heating efficiency.

  3. Overheating: The dryer becomes excessively hot, potentially damaging clothes or posing a fire risk.

  4. Noisy Operation: Unusual noises such as squeaking, thumping, or rattling during operation.

  5. Failure to Start: The dryer doesn’t turn on or respond when you press the start button.

  6. Unbalanced Drum: Drum imbalance causing excessive shaking or vibration during operation.

  7. No Tumbling: The drum doesn’t spin or rotate, preventing proper drying.

  8. Clothes Getting Stuck: Clothes getting caught or stuck in the drum, often due to worn or damaged components.

  9. Faulty Timer or Controls: Malfunctions in the timer, knobs, buttons, or digital displays.

  10. Burning Smell: A burning odor during operation, which may indicate overheating or lint buildup.

  11. Lint Buildup: Accumulation of lint in the lint trap, ducts, or vent hose, potentially leading to reduced efficiency or fire hazards.

  12. Door or Latch Problems: Issues with closing, locking, or opening the door, preventing the dryer from starting.

  13. Electrical Problems: Wiring issues, blown fuses, or tripped circuit breakers preventing the dryer from operating.

  14. Excessive Drying Time: Clothes take longer to dry than usual, even with appropriate settings.

  15. Error Codes: Displayed error codes on the dryer’s control panel, indicating specific issues.

  16. No Heat in Gas Dryers: For gas dryers, issues with the gas supply can lead to no heat during drying.

  17. Uneven Drying: Clothes coming out unevenly dried due to poor heat distribution.

  18. Drum Not Turning: The drum fails to turn even though the dryer is running, leading to ineffective drying.

  1. Electric Dryers: Electric dryers typically have a lifespan of about 7 to 12 years. Proper care and regular maintenance can extend their longevity.

  2. Gas Dryers: Gas dryers tend to have a slightly longer lifespan, averaging around 9 to 15 years. Like electric dryers, regular maintenance is crucial for optimal performance.

However, it’s important to note that these estimates are general guidelines and can be influenced by several factors:

  • Usage: Frequent use, larger loads, or longer drying cycles can contribute to quicker wear and tear.
  • Maintenance: Regular cleaning of lint traps, exhaust vents, and proper ventilation can significantly extend the dryer’s lifespan.
  • Quality: Higher-quality dryers from reputable brands may offer better durability and a longer operational life.
  • Environmental Conditions: Extreme temperatures, humidity, and other environmental factors can impact the machine’s components over time.

To ensure your dryer lasts as long as possible, consider these tips:

  1. Clean the lint filter after every load.
  2. Regularly inspect and clean the exhaust vent to prevent lint buildup and improve efficiency.
  3. Avoid overloading the dryer, as it can strain the motor and other components.
  4. Use proper ventilation to prevent overheating and reduce strain on the machine.
  5. Address any unusual noises, vibrations, or performance issues promptly.

Open Hours

Monday to Friday – 9am to 7pm

Saturday – 9am to 1pm

Sundays and bank holidays – Closed

€0 call out charge on all repairs !