Is It Dangerous to Delay Dryer Repairs on an Overheating Unit?
By Northeast Appliance Service, LLC on 2016-09-13
When your dryer isn't performing the way it should, it may develop a tendency to overheat as it cycles. This overheating can be the result of the appliance working much harder than usual in order to accomplish the same goal: getting your clothes and linens dry in a timely fashion. A few of the most common causes of overheating:
- Overpacking the dryer during a load
- Excessive lint in the dryer vents
- Improper vent duct materials
Whatever the cause, you should take overheating seriously. When hot air builds up in your appliance, the intensity of the heat can put you at risk of a dryer fire. Lint is extremely flammable. So are other items in your laundry room. That's why it's so vital to schedule dryer repair at the first sign that overheating has become a regular issue.
In and around Hackensack, you can count on Northeast Appliance Service, LLC, for superior dryer repair. We have more than 10 years of experience providing dryer repair service, and we put quality first. Plus, we stand behind our work with a 90-day parts and labor warranty, so if your overheating problem doesn't go away, you can call us back out to your home to take another look.
Contact us at (201) 210-5354 to learn more!