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Our professional, factory-trained technicians come to your home equipped to fix your washer and get you back to business. Your washing machine carries a lot of responsibility, and we are here to make sure you can depend on us when something goes wrong.
Washing machine repair is what Bringer Appliance Repair does best. We are there when you need us most to keep you and your family clean and stain-free. If your appliance isn’t working as it should, it’s likely due to one of the most common problems we often see for washing machine repair:
Most Common Washing Machine Problems
Some fixes are surprisingly simple like a hose or connection that simply needs tightening. Others require a little more sophistication in diagnostics.
Wobbling: If your washer seems to be walking away with each load, it may simply be an unbalanced load, or an uneven machine. Either way, it is likely a simple fix.
An unbalanced load can be remedied simply by pausing the machine and rearranging the load inside. If your washing machine is imbalanced, wait until all the water has drained completely and then use the leveling feet to balance the machine.
Filling and Draining: Filling problems can be difficult to diagnose, but often deal with the water control unit, or the circuit board of the machine. A draining issue is likely a faulty pump or a blockage in the hose or motor. Both of these repairs require a bit of disassembly and should be handled by a washer repair professional.
Leaking: Washing machines can leak, even if you don’t see water on your floor. There may be leaking underneath the washing machine ruining your floor before you even realize it. The most common reasons for leaks are a broken or faulty hose. Finding a leak can be tricky if it is not clearly obvious. Before a flood appears in your laundry room, call our experts to locate the leak and fix or replace the hose quickly and professionally.
No Agitation: There are many possible reasons for why there is no agitation including a worn drive belt, agitator assembly, wigwag plunger/lifter, transmission mode lever, or drive spindle. It could also be caused by a bad internal timer contact, bad lid switch, or malfunctioning pressure switch.
Water Not Draining: Water will remain in the drum if you have a defective pump, worn belt, or clogged drain hose. Water not draining can lead to serious problems when not fixed in a timely manner.
No Cold Water: This could be something as simple as the cold-water valve not being turned on or there might be sediment buildup in the valve.
Spots on Clothes: If your clean clothes are coming out with spots that they didn’t go in the washer with you might have transmission oil from a defunct transmission.
If you are having any sort of washer trouble, we can help. No issue is too simple, and no job is too small, so give us a call.
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