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Washing Machine Repair Service – How To Fix A Washer?

Changes in work habits and lifestyle of people are making them busier. They are pre-occupied with routine activities and have little time for caring home. Most people use modern gadgets to help them complete their work on time. The washing machine is a must have appliance for those who have little time to complete their household chores. However, a problem with your washing machine can adversely affect your daily routine.

​Here are some common problems you are likely to face when you use a washing machine.
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  3. How To Fix A Washer That Won’t Start
  4. How To Fix A Washer That Does Not Agitate
  5. How to Fix A Washer That’s Timer Won’t Advance
  6. How to Fix A Washer That Shakes and Moves
  7. How to Fix Washer That Won’t Stop Filling With Water
  8. How to Fix A Washer With A Burning Smell

This is one of the most common problem washing machine users have to face. To identify and rectify the problem you can check these components:

  • The pump
  • Pump motor
  • Drive belt
  • Drive motor
  • Shock absorbers
  • Tub dampening strap
  • Pump pulley
  • Tub bearing
  • Clutch assembly
  • Agitator directional cogs.

Checking the condition of each part can be difficult and time consuming. To make your easier, you could call an appliance repair company. These companies have several technicians who have experience in handling these situations.

  • Pump
  • Gasket
  • Water inlet valve
  • Door boot seal
  • Pressure switch
  • Water level switch
  • Door catch
  • Air dome tube
  • Boot seal
  • Tub seal.

A thorough inspection of these parts should help in solving the problem. However, make sure you turn off the power supply before you inspect these parts.

​Does Not Start

This can spell disaster in the lives of people who depend on a washing machine to complete their daily chores. If your machine does not start, you can start by checking the lid switch and actuator. You can also check the condition of:

  • The start switch
  • Door switch
  • Timer

If you don’t find any problem with these parts, you can check the knob, drive motor, and the main control board. This should help in solving the problem.

​Does Not Agitate

To identify the problem you have to check these parts:

  • Agitator assembly
  • Drive motor
  • Drive belt
  • Transmission
  • Lid switch
  • Timer
  • Select switch
  • Water level switch.

Checking these parts is not easy and you may need some special tools such as multi-meter. If you are repairing the machine for the first time, it is in your interest to get help from an expert.

​Problem with Timer

If the timer is not working properly, you can check:

  • The lid switch
  • Timer motor
  • Water level control
  • Timer knob
  • Drain pump

The water inlet valve.

These are the most common parts that can cause a problem with the timer. If you are unable to fix the problem, you should call a professional.

​Machine Shakes and Moves

A damaged shock absorber, suspension spring, snubber ring, tub spring, pads, dampening strap, or leveling leg could cause this problem. You can start by checking the shock absorbers and the suspension spring. If these parts are in perfect condition, you can check the pads, ring, strap, and the leveling leg.

​Problem with Water Level

You are likely to face this problem when the machine does not stop filling water or does not fill water to the proper level. To rectify this problem you must check:

  • The water inlet valve
  • Water level switch
  • Air dome tube
  • Pressure switch
  • Electronic controls
  • The inlet hoses.

You will need a multi-meter to check electronic components such as switch and electric board. If any part is worn out or damaged, replace it immediately to rectify this problem.

​Burning Smell

The burning smell that you get from the machine may be due to a problem with:

  • The spin belt
  • Drive belt
  • Motor pulley
  • Pump belt
  • Drain pump
  • Clutch assembly
  • Spring, glide
  • The drive motor.

Burning smell is a sign of a serious problem in the machine. You must avoid using the machine until the problem is rectified.

​Other Appliances That We Service Include:
  • Dryers
  • Fridges, Freezers, Ice makers
  • Ovens, Stoves, Ranges
  • Dishwashers
  • Microwaves


We Service Edmonton City, Calgary City and Surrounding

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