A malfunctioning washing machine or clothes dryer in a laundry room can be a huge inconvenience. Most homeowners are way too busy to visit a laundromat near their home. To avoid enormous piles of dirty laundry everywhere, you’ll probably want to hire a professional appliance repair service for washing machine repair or dryer repair. Go with an affordable, dependable appliance repair company that performs same-day service like United Appliance Repair.
Technicians have the proper tools, training and experience to perform both basic and difficult repairs in the scheduled appointment. We stock our vans with parts for all name brands of washers and residential dryers – including LG, Kenmore, GE, Bryant, Sears, Armstrong, Carrier, Lennox, Goodman, Amana and more!
The most reoccurring type of washing machine repair is for loud noises coming from the washer. Technicians can diagnose the reason of the loud noise and determine whether we will need to repair or replace the broken appliance parts in the washing machine. The cause of the noise is often due to a broken pump motor or worn-out belt or bearings.
In the event your washer doesn’t turn on, check to see if it’s not plugged in or if a circuit breaker might have flipped off. The issue could also be from a broken door latch, thermal fuse or timer. A washer that will not turn on or agitate means the cogs, coupler, drive belt or the transmission need immediate repair or replacement.
A washer that doesn’t spin means there is an issue with the door latch, wax motor or motor coupling. We is able to fix these problems right away and have your washer spinning again very soon!
The usual reasons for a washer overflowing is either the water level pressure switch, water inlet valve or the air dome tube on the washer.
A broken temperature control switch or inlet hose is usually the reason a washing machine does not produce hot or cold water.
A very common dryer issue is loud noises coming from the machine. Broken seals, bearings or worn belts can lead to strange noises from dryers.
A clothes dryer that won’t produce enough heat to dry laundry isn’t very helpful. The cause of the problem is likely a broken heating element, high limit thermostat or cycling thermostat. The exact same parts can also cause a dryer to be too hot too. The repairman will inspect the dryer to uncover the problem and solution.
When your dryer won’t turn on, you first want to be positive the dryer is plugged in and that all of the circuit breakers are flipped on. If the appliance isn’t unplugged and still does not start or tumble, the high-limit thermostat, heating element or cycling thermostat will likely need to be repaired or replaced.
The opposite problem happens when the dryer doesn’t turn off. The reason for this problem is either a broken timer or door switch.
A dryer timer needs to advance in order to complete the cycle. When the timer doesn’t advance, it could mean there’s a broken timer motor or cycling thermostat.
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