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Types of washers we repair

  • Front Load Washer
  • Top Load Washer
  • High Efficiency Washer
  • Automatic Washer
  • Semi-Automatic Washer
  • Washer-Dryer Combo
  • Laundry Center Washer
  • Compact Washer
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Common Washer Problems

Washing machine problems are especially frustrating. After all, you need clean clothes! Washing machines help us speed up our weekly routine so we can spend more time with our friends and family. So when they break down, we need to fix them as soon as possible. Buying a new washing machine will cost you hundreds. Chances are, you can get a trained expert to repair it for you for a fraction of the price. Down below are a few common washer problems you may want to read up on. If your washer is broken, make sure to schedule for an appliance repair appointment and ask for same/next day repair!

Water won't drain

Always be aware of possible water leaking out onto your laundry room floor. Stop your wash cycle if you see this happening. The main culprit for water not draining out of your washer is a clogged drain hose. Most likely, debris and hair built up in the drain hose after a long period of time. To check, simply remove the hose and shine a light inside. If there is something clogging the hose, go ahead and rinse it out. Even if nothing is there, it may be a good idea to rinse the hose out just in case.

If it’s not the hose, then you may actually have a broken drain pump. At this point, you’ll want to get a repairman to come over and replace it for you.

Clothes come out soaked

Maybe the water in your washing machine is draining, but your clothes still come out soaked. So what gives? Well, it’s probably an issue with your spin cycle. The spin cycle is what gets all the excess water out of your clothes at the end of your wash cycle. Of course you still have to throw your clothes in the dryer to dry them off, but the washer’s spin cycle makes it so you don’t have to throw soaking clothes in the dryer for hours.

The are a couple things that could be going wrong when your spin cycle isn’t working. First, check to see if you can run the spin cycle by itself. If it spins, then there may be something wrong with your control board. You need a trained appliance repairman to fix or replace that for you. If it’s not the control board, it could be a faulty switch somewhere telling the washer that the spin cycle is done even though it hasn’t started.

Washer won't spin

It’s one thing if the spin cycle won’t start. But if the washer doesn’t spin at all, then you may have some large mechanical issues with your appliance.

The most common culprit is a broken drum belt. Without a working belt, there is nothing pulling the washer’s drum to make it spin. If the belt is fine, then it could actually be your tub motor. Even if your belt is working, a broken motor would render that belt useless. At this point, schedule for repair so we can send an experience repairman out to take care of it for you.