Today almost a third of homes in the United States have a Kenmore appliance -- which is less surprising when you consider that by 1936, its parent company, Sears, had sold one million Kenmore laundry products through its stores. The brand's dryers continue to be a home staple because, when it comes to introducing new model designs, Sears has clearly operated under the principle of "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." In other words, Kenmore dryers are easy to use and dependable. Unfortunately, though, any machine will break eventually. Whether you need to replace a frayed belt that's making too much noise and could break, or simply need to switch out a damaged lint filter or knob, we can help you get your dryer back to normal again.