A malfunctioning washer or clothes dryer in a home is a major inconvenience. You are way too busy to visit a laundromat. In order to avoid piles of laundry everywhere, you’ll probably want to call a local appliance repair company for washing machine repair or dryer repair. Be sure to choose an affordable, trustworthy appliance repair company that performs same-day service like First Rate Appliance Repair.
We have the tools, training and experience to perform both common and complicated repairs in the original service appointment. We stock our service vans with manufacturer replacement parts for major brands of washing machines and clothes dryers – including GE, LG, Kenmore, Sears, Bryant, Armstrong, Carrier, Goodman, Lennox, RCA and more!
The most reoccurring type of washer repair is for strange noises coming out of the washer. Technicians knows how to uncover the cause of the strange sound and decide if we should repair or replace the broken parts in the washing machine. The source of the noise is typically because of a broken motor or worn-out bearings or belt.
In the event your washing machine does not agitate, check to see if it is not plugged in or if a circuit breaker is flipped off. The problem might also be because of a broken door latch, thermal fuse or timer. A washing machine that won’t turn on or agitate means the cogs, coupler, drive belt or transmission need immediate repair or replacement.
A washing machine that doesn’t spin means there’s a problem with the door latch, wax motor or motor coupling. We is able to repair these problems in no time at all and have your washing machine spinning again ASAP!
The typical causes for a washer overflowing is 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 often the reason why a washer doesn’t produce cold or hot water.
The most common dryer problem is strange noises coming out of the machine. Broken seals, bearings or worn-down belts can lead to loud noises from dryers.
A clothes dryer that will not generate enough heat to dry clothing is not very useful. The reason for the issue is either a broken high-limit thermostat, heating element or cycling thermostat. The same parts sometimes cause a dryer to be too hot. Our repairman will troubleshoot the dryer to determine the issue and solution.
When your dryer does not turn on, you will want to be sure the dryer is not unplugged and every one of the circuit breakers are on. If the appliance is not unplugged and still will not turn on or tumble, the heating element, high limit thermostat or cycling thermostat will likely need to be repaired or replaced.
The exact opposite problem happens when the dryer will not turn off. The cause of this problem is either a broken timer or door switch.
A dryer timer has to advance in order to complete the drying cycle. When the timer doesn’t advance, it might mean there’s a broken cycling thermostat or timer motor.
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