Every dryer repair job we handle for our Palm Desert CA clients, whether business owners or homeowners, is processed in a similar way.
It all begins with the diagnostics call, which is a no-charge phone discussion for the purpose of giving our repair technician insight on your situation. This is where you will detail as much as you know, such as the performance issues you are witnessing and the error codes that are showing up on your dryer’s display screen.
The more specific you can get, the easier it will be to diagnose your dryer issues. If you want to get a quote for your dryer repair in Palm Desert CA from one of our repair technicians, we will need to set up an appointment from within your home or place of work. We will inspect and find the dryer parts you need to replace to remedy the issue.
You are liable for the service call fee if no repair is ordered, but we will eliminate this charge and also give you $20 off your first service with us if you go through with the repair. For each dryer repair in Palm Desert CA we manage, our technicians give you an official invoice for the amount it costs us to get the dryer parts in Palm Desert CA and for our service guy’s labor fees.
This is such a minimalistic rate that you can guarantee our Palm Desert dryer repair service will be the most cost-affordable dryer repair solution you can find. Further, our stellar past of providing effective dryer repair solutions to Palm Desert CA residents says enough on its own.
Dial us up and request that one of our licensed appliance repair professionals comes out and examines your dryer as soon as you are free next.
If your dryer keeps tripping a breaker it could be because your circuit breaker has worn out over time. If that’s not the problem, there’s a good chance it’s the heating element causing the problem. When it becomes defective, it will short on the heater assembly and trigger the appliance to cause the breaker to trip. You can run a continuity test with a multimeter on the element and the terminal to see whether that’s the issue. Some other possible culprits include the drive motor, heating element assembly, and the terminal block.