If you have a problem with an appliance, you need to do some thorough troubleshooting.
The motors that run appliances can wear out before the life of the appliance.
For instance, a dryer motor may wear out, but the dryer is still going strong. In some cases, you are better off replacing the motor instead of the entire dryer.
Troubleshooting the appliance can sometimes be difficult.
This is the time to call in a professional, licensed and insured electrician. When buying appliances you need to be sure you have the right hook up.
For instance, if you buy an electric dryer and your home has the hook ups for a gas dryer, you are going to need the wiring to run the dryer and the right type of receptacle.
Some refrigerators today need special wiring depending on what type they are and what they can all do.
If you do need to repair an appliance or install any wiring or receptacles, you should call a professional, licensed and insured electrician to make sure everything is done according to code.