Tumble Dryer

Spinning Tumble Dryer With Clothes

In rainy autumnal weather tumble dryers are likely to be used more often than in the summer months.

But before you start using your tumble dryer regularly again, these are the simple maintenance tasks to carry out to keep it running well.

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Woman Folding Piles Of Laundry

It’s worryingly easy to make a mistake when doing the washing. Whenever you accidentally wash a coloured sock in a load of whites or completely forget to take the washing out of the machine until it’s started to smell, just remember you’re not alone. These mistakes are all common ones.

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Tools On Wooden Surface

There are three main functions of a tumble dryer: heating, spinning and drying (the clue is in the name for the third one). So if your tumble dryer has stopped doing one of these three things you’ll need to investigate. Here are some common problems which could be the cause of your tumble dryer woes.

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Why Is My Tumble Dryer Making a Rumbling Noise?

Roughly 16.5 million households in the UK own a washer-dryer or tumble dryer, and 54% of those who own such an appliance admit to using it during the summer months. Such an appliance can be great for getting laundry dry when the weather is less than impressive, but what do you do when yours starts to show signs of a fault?

One fault you may experience is your tumble dryer making a rumbling noise when it rotates. Typically, this is caused by one of 4 reasons, as outlined below.

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Why Has My Tumble Dryer Stopped Spinning?

“Oh the weather outside is frightful”, from freezing temperatures, to sleet, rain and frost. Winter is certainly here, and getting your laundry dry during the season can often be difficult. If your tumble dryer decides it no longer wants to work, the chore is nigh-on-impossible.

A common fault with tumble dryers is they stop spinning. In this post, we explain the most common reasons for why your tumble dryer has stopped spinning and how to fix it, starting with the most common reason.

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Why Does My Tumble Dryer Keep Blowing Thermostats

Roughly 60% of households in the UK own a tumble dryer, enabling them to dry their washing whatever the weather. But, as with all appliances faults can develop, meaning the appliance no longer works as it should.

In this post, we look at the role the heat thermostat plays in your tumble dryer as well as the reasons for why the part can trip / blow, preventing you from getting the most out of your appliance.

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Save Money With Your Tumble Dryer

Household laundry is one of the biggest sources of energy cost for homeowners, and there are roughly 14 million households using electricity to dry clothes.

If you’re one of those who plan to use a tumble dryer over the coming months, below we have a handful of helpful tips which will save you money and energy consumption, at the same time as ensuring your laundry dries.

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Common Tumble Dryer Faults

Come rain or shine, your tumble dryer can be an invaluable appliance within the home – particularly during the winter months when it isn’t possible to hang the washing out. But, as with all appliances, your tumble dryer is susceptible to faults. Below we look at 3 of the most common tumble dryer faults and explain how to fix them.

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How To Clean Your Tumble Dryer

Come winter, drying your washing can seem like an uphill battle. But with a fully functioning tumble dryer, there’s no reason why you cannot get your washing dry and prevent your laundry basket from overflowing.

Key to keeping your appliance working to its full potential, therefore keeping your laundry bin empty and your energy bills down is to keep your tumble dryer clean – and this can be done by following the advice outlined below.

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Tumble Dryer Care and MaintenanceWinter may be upon us, the skies may be grey and the rain falling on a daily basis; but we all need to make sure that our clothes are dried after being washed. Having clothes left to dry on radiators is not ideal, as the moisture contained will be drawn into the room which can lead to condensation and in some cases damp forming. Drying clothes on radiators can also hinder the performance of your heating and cost you money.

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