Clean the lint trap and exhaust vent to ensure proper airflow. Check if the dryer is overloaded and avoid drying heavy items together. If the problem persists, you may require professional servicing.

Ensure the dryer is level and not overloaded. Check for foreign objects in the drum. If the problem persists, you may require professional servicing.

We recommend cleaning the lint trap before, or after, every load to maintain efficiency and safety.

We recommend cleaning the vent at least once a year to prevent fire hazards and maintain optimal performance.

Check and clean the drum and door seals to prevent lint buildup. If applicable, periodically check the exterior vent hood for obstructions.

Dryers typically last 8 to 12 years, or longer, with regular use. Regular maintenance can help to extend their lifespan.

There are two main types of dryers: vented and ventless. Vented dryers expel hot, moist air outside through a duct, requiring an external vent. Ventless dryers, including condenser and heat pump models, recycle air within the unit. Condenser dryers cool hot air to remove moisture, which collects in a tank or drains out. Ventless dryers are ideal for spaces without existing vents.

Standard dryers typically have a capacity of 7 to 8 cubic feet. Larger households may require a dryer with 9 cubic feet, or more. Smaller households, or apartments, may benefit from a compact dryer with 4-to 6 cubic feet.

Important features to consider include: moisture sensors, multiple drying cycles, energy efficiency, noise level, steam options, reversible door, and smart connectivity for remote monitoring and control.

Connect the dryer to the appropriate power source, attach the venting duct to an exterior vent (if applicable), level the dryer, and test it for proper operation. Refer to your owner’s manual for details.

Dryers require a 4-inch diameter exhaust vent that leads to the outside of your home. Rigid, or semi-rigid, metal ducting is recommended. We do not recommend using flexible plastic or foil ducts as they can be fire hazards.

Yes. Compact dryers, ventless dryers, and stackable washer-dryer units are ideal for small spaces.

Check if the dryer is properly plugged in and that the circuit breaker hasn’t tripped. Clean the lint trap and vent to ensure proper airflow. If the problem persists, you may require professional servicing.

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