A broken-down washing machine can make your weekly chores much more difficult. When your washing machine doesn’t turn on, spin, or drain, you’ll want to book an appliance repair appointment as soon as possible. Mr. Appliance of Huntington Beach is here to provide washing machine repair, helping you get your laundry appliances back up and running in no time. After an appointment with our team, doing your laundry will be a breeze. We proudly serve Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, and the surrounding areas. For washing machine repair and maintenance, give us a call today.
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Why Isn’t My Washer Working?
We recommend keeping an eye out for the following signs. If any of these symptoms sound familiar, contact a professional for washing machine repair.
The machine won’t turn on - This is often due to a tripped, off-balance switch, which can be caused by an imbalanced load. Try opening the machine and repositioning or removing certain items of clothes. If there is still no change, it could be an issue with the timer circuitry or the outlet.
The unit is not spinning properly - Soaked clothes at the end of a wash are a clear indicator that the machine isn’t spinning. An appliance technician can check out the unit and see if the root of the issue is a defective lid switch, a burnt-out spin solenoid, a broken drive belt, a bad timer contact, or damaged wires.
There is no agitation - A worn-out drive belt, agitator assembly, wigwag plunger/lifter, transmission mode lever, or drive spindle can cause no agitation. A bad lid switch or malfunctioning pressure switch can also be a problem.
Excessive vibration - If you notice your unit making loud noises and vibrations, the floor beneath the washer should be inspected. This can indicate a weakened floor or worn damper pads.
Your appliance is leaking - When puddles and leaks begin to form, excess soap, loose hoses, drain hose clogs, and leaking injection hoses can be to blame.
Water is failing to drain - If water refuses to drain, it could mean you have a defective pump, a worn-out drive belt, or a clogged drain hose.
No cold water - If there seems to be no cold water, the cold-water valve could be turned off. If this isn’t the case, there may be a buildup of sediment within the valve.
Wash cycles are leaving spots on clothes - Transmission oil can leave stubborn spots within your clothes that won’t be removed even with soap and vigorous scrubbing. Save yourself from potential damage to your favorite clothing items and call a professional today.
Soap is still in clothes - Clothes coming out still covered in soap and bubbles can mean you have a defective timer contract or sediment-clogged cold water.
Types of Units We Service
- Combination units
- Compact units
- Top loading machines
- Front loading machines
Mr. Appliance of Huntington Beach can provide more than just washing machine repair! If you have an individual part in need of replacement, we will arrive fully stocked with all the necessary parts to get your appliance back up and running. We can replace your:
- Lid switches
- Lid plungers
- Pressure switchers
- Agitator assemblies
- Drive spindles
- Wigwag plumber/lifters
- Transmission mode levers
- Damper/snubber pads
Mr. Appliance of Huntington Beach is the one to call for all your appliance needs! From washing machine repair to preventative maintenance, we’ve got you covered. Our technicians will arrive with a smile on their faces, ready to get you back to living in comfort. With our upfront prices and excellent results, you’ll be glad you decided to call us for the job.
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