At Mr. Appliance of Edison, we are experts at fixing washing machines that have stopped working. When the slightest indication of a problem emerges, we suggest having one of our repair specialists troubleshoot and diagnose the problem. When caught proactively, malfunctions tend to be less expensive and easier to fix.
There are many indicators that your washing machine may have an issue, including:
- Clothes are still soaked and full of soap after spin cycles
- Water is leaking out of the machine’s door
- When running, the washer is noisily vibrating
- The laundry detergent is not releasing from its compartment
- The water is too cold or too hot
- There is a pool of water at the bottom of the machine after each cycle
- The machine is not spinning or agitating the clothes normally
Whatever the case, our team is ready to go above and beyond to fix your washing machine as quickly as possible. Let us get your washer running again at an affordable rate and in a timely fashion.
Versatile Washer Machine Repair Service
Arriving at each location in a van packed full of state-of-the-art equipment and specialty parts, we do everything in our power to complete appliance repairs on the first visit. We service every washing machine brand, including Whirlpool, Kenmore, LG, GE, Samsung, and Maytag.
If a specific manufacturer part is needed, we will assist you in locating the part and ordering it promptly. Experienced and highly trained, our specialists will do their very best to expedite every phase of the repair process.
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How to Fix a Washing Machine
Many homeowners attempt to fix their washing machines by themselves. In some circumstances, a DIY repair may be viable.
Some common washing machine repairs you can make on your own include:
- Minor problems with the water valve, such as if the machine fills too slowly or won't fill at all
- Minor pump issues, such as if the washer won't drain properly
- Issues with the lid switch, such as if the washer won't agitate
These problems can usually be fixed by replacing the broken water valve, pump, or lid switch. If the problem is more complex, it is best to call someone familiar with the technical aspects of the appliance. That way, you don't have to worry about accidentally making the problem worse.
Who to Call to Fix Your Washing Machine
If a DIY solution won't cut it, or you simply don't want to risk it or don't have the time, reach out to Mr. Appliance of Edison!
Our repair technicians are well versed in all the working parts of washing machines and understand their underlying mechanics. As a result, we can pinpoint a problem and implement the proper repair safely and efficiently.
If your washing machine is not draining, cleaning, or spinning correctly, we can check for:
- A burned-out solenoid
- A worn-out drive belt
- A tripped switch
- A defective timer circuitry
We pride ourselves on being able to service virtually any washing machine malfunction, including:
- Top- & front-loading washing machines
- Stackable washing machines
- Compact & combination units
Washing Machine Maintenance to Prevent Future Emergencies
Mr. Appliance of Edison recommends receiving preventive maintenance visits to ensure your washing machine is running smoothly. Discovering issues or faulty parts before they turn into significant problems can save you money in the long run.
Our recurring maintenance visits will inspect all aspects of your machine. Looking at the pumps, lid switches, plungers, hoses, and pads, we will make sure everything is functioning as it should be.
To request washing machine repairs near you, give us a call at or contact us online today!