In our last post, we identified the most common issue that occurs in commercial dryers (no heat) and walked you through the various causes of this issue. Here are two additional problems you may encounter and what to look for when they occur.
Nothing Turning On
If you turn the dryer on and lights won’t come on the drum won’t turn, it can be the result of a few different problems:
The Circuit Breaker – With 220V machines, you need to make sure you have all legs of your power working properly.
The Neutral Leads – This issue may be the result of a bad power cord, especially in 120V machines.
The Control Fuses – Make sure all of the control fuses are in working order.
When you run a commercial laundry service, you may encounter issues with your dryers from time to time. Here are some common problems that can occur:
The most common problem that occurs in commercial dryers is a lack of heat. The drum continues to turn, but the clothes just won’t dry. The most common problem is a bad ignition, depending on what type of ignition system the dryer runs on.
Glow-Bar Ignitions – A glow-bar ignition works by sending electricity through a heating element until it is hot enough, which signals the gas valve to turn on. Check the glow bar when the dryer is in operation. If it doesn’t begin to glow red hot, you will need to check the voltage.
When it comes to the longevity of your commercial laundry equipment, preventative maintenance is essential. Being familiar with the inner workings of your commercial washers and performing regular maintenance tasks will keep them in excellent condition, so you avoid a costly replacement. Here are some tips for maintaining your commercial washers in Florida.
Clean the Screens – To keep your commercial washer in top shape, we recommend cleaning or replacing your water filter screens on a regular basis. These screens can be blocked by accumulated particles which can slow down water flow to the machine.
Use the Right Cleaner – Always use the manufacturer-recommended cleaners to prevent damage to the machine or the clothing that is washed in it.
Check the Hoses – Inspect the outlet and inlet hoses along with [...]
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