A damaged washer or faulty dryers can indeed be very annoying. Trips to the Laundromat are undoubtedly not possible every day. To avoid the build-up of dirty laundry, it is best advised that you call an appliance repair service that comes over and fix your machine on that very day like Curtis Weston Appliance Repair.
Our workforce is well versed with all the problems that may arise for all brands including GE, LG, Sears and several others and how to fix them. Our vans come prepared with all the necessary parts and tools so that we can complete the repair in the first trip. The van includes parts of brands like Lennox, RCA, Bryant, Carrier, Kenmore, etc.
This is the most prevalent problem with washers. We can swiftly locate the source of the sounds and then decide whether repair or replacement is necessary. The leading causes of the sounds are broken bearings, damaged belts or faulty motor pump.
WON’T TURN ON/AGITATE
First, check to see if the washer is correctly connected to a plug point and if all the circuit breakers are turned on. If the problem perseveres then it might be due to damaged latches of the door, timer or thermal fuse. A non-agitating washer means its cogs, coupler or other parts such as drive belt and transmission need to be repaired or replaced.
A non-spinning washer implies there is some problem with the latches or the motor and its coupling. These problems, however, can be rectified in almost negligible time, and you can get back to using your washer happily again.
The input water tube and the switch controlling the pressure due to water level are the usual culprits for this problem along with the faulty air dome of the machine.
NO HOT/COLD WATER
The temperature regulating switch or the input pipe is often what causes a washer not to produce hot or cold water.
Broken parts of the machine generally lead to sounds coming from it. Seals, bearings and belts are usually the ones that are worn out to cause the ruckus in the device.
NO HEAT/WON’T DRY
A dryer should produce enough heat so that the clothing comes out dry and we do not have to do so manually. Hence a dryer that does not dry out the clothes is really of no use to us. It might be due to the heating component breaking or damage to the thermostats in the machine. A dryer may sometimes turn out too hot which might be caused by faults in the same parts as mentioned above. Our mechanic will look into the appliance and deduce the problem before fixing it for you to use your dryer again.
WON’T TURN ON/TUMBLE
In the event of the dryer not turning on, check if the appliance is connected to the primary and also if the circuit breakers are turned on. Reviewing these, if still, the machine refuses to turn on, replacing/repairing the heating component or high extend/cycling thermostat would help to solve the problem.
WON’T TURN OFF
A door switch which is broken or timer is the main reason behind the dryer not turning off.
TIMER WON’T ADVANCE
The timer, of a dryer, needs to work for it to complete the drying cycle. A timer that does not advance can be due to damaged timer motor or broken thermostat.
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