Your Whirlpool duet dryer, or any other brand dryer, is the middle phase (wash,dry, fold) of the 3 laundry phases.
You need this piece of laundry equipment to be functioning efficiently, whenever you transfer clothes from the washer to the dryer and push the power and start buttons.
You just cannot afford to encounter any problems with your Whirlpool duet dryer.
For those of you with medium to big families, you can relate to what I’m saying. Your toddlers change diapers faster than politicians change ethics.
As for those teenagers, they have to change their clothes just to run out side a pick up the mail, hence the mounds of laundry you are always seem to be staring at. Your dryer just keeps spinning and spinning and spinning.
Let’s face it, some of you are naive to the fact that as hard as your Whirlpool duet dryer works, you are not going to have any problems. Whirlpool should have named it the “energizer dryer”.
Your Whirlpool duet dryer, or high efficiency dryers, as they are often times called, are smart. I say smart because I saw an
article somewhere, where dryers nowadays change colors to the human touch. Sorry I cannot find the link to the source – but
With a price tag close to one thousand dollars and all the bells and whistles, you should not have any problems with your
fancy, dandy duet dryer.
Let’s profile your dryer then I will tell you the most common problem of the duet dryer.
. 9 dry cycles
. 5 temp. settings
. steam drying
. sensor drying
. wrinkle prevent
.width 27 inches
. height 38 1/8 inches
. depth 31 inches
The most common problem with your duet dryer, it will start to make a squeaking noise. For those of you who have do-it-yourselfers in your family, and want to avoid expensive repairs, here is what’s causing the squeaking and how to remedy it.
The squeaking noise means that your drum (8 rollers) are worn and need replacing. The Whirlpool duet dryer repair kit will
take care of this problem. It consists of, a drum belt, 8 drum support rollers, idler puller and clamps. Part number 4392067.
Replace belt and idler pulley as well.
So, if you are a do-it-yourselfer and want to save money on repairs, checkout this related video.