The first clothes dryer created more than 200 years ago was very far from the convenient, state-of-the-art models that are present in almost every household today. The hand-cranked machine was invented in France by M. Pochon.
More than a century later, across the ocean another engineer started to develop a machine that could be used for drying clothes. The name of this engineer was Ross Moore, he was from North Dakota. It took him a long time to finish the design for an electrically-operated dryer, so the machine was released only in 1938. Several years later designer Brooks Stevens released his own version of a clothes dryer. Its specific feature was a glass window.
There are two types of dryers: tumbler and ventless dryers. Ventless dryers include spin, condenser, heat pump, mechanical steam compression, convectant, solar, and microwave dryers.
Even dryers made by the most popular brands (like Maytag, Whirlpool, LG, Samsung, Kenmore, Bosch, and Electrolux) experience problems. The dryers troubleshooting information you will find on this website will help you to deal with the issue on your own. Chances are that it is just a minor issue that will take you not more than half an hour to fix.