Overheat Shutoff

 

Dryer repeatedly stops during a cycle.

 

If your dryer stops repeatedly during a normal drying cycle, it is typically due to the dryer overheating. A dryer vent clogged with lint or other obstructions will force the dryer to work harder, causing the unit to overheat. The overheat shutoff is the dryer's last attempt to prevent a fire.

If you are experiencing any signs of overheat shutoff, have your dryer vent professionally cleaned as soon as possible to help prevent a dryer fire. Call us today at 866-498-7233 to schedule your dryer vent cleaning.