Dryer would not work
George K. • Lacey, WA • October 17, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Checked all electrical parts and found the dryer door switch was inoperative. If we called for a repair service, it would cost us approx. 96.00 (previous experience) just for the service personnel to come out and check what the problem is. He would then fix it if he has the part on hand, most likely he would have to order the part and this would take a few days and we would have to schedule another appointment costing us time and additional cost. We went on line and found the part through Appliance Parts Pros.com and ordered the part which cost us about $22.
Appliance Parts Pros also, provided a video on how to do repair, which provided value information.
This has been a great experience and I would definitely use it again.