A washing machine is a convenient modern appliance that people often take for granted until a problem happens and they can’t clean their laundry. Mr. Appliance of Leesburg & Martinsburg specializes in professional washing machine repair services for Leesburg, VA, and Martinsburg, WV households. We strongly advise homeowners to schedule residential washing machine repair services as quickly as possible when any problems affect your washing machine’s reliable performance. Being proactive and letting a repair specialist can help you avoid further washing machine damage or water damage to your property’s flooring, woodwork, and other features. Many issues can develop with washers, such as machines not spinning, turning on, or draining. Our company offers regular service appointments and emergency repair services for residents in communities like Sterling, Ashburn, and Hamilton. You can learn more about our appliance services and reach out to us today to schedule washing machine repairs at your home.
Repairs for All Washing Machine Types & Brands
You can rely on our washing machine repair specialists to perform repair and preventative maintenance services on all brands and types of washing machines. Mr. Appliance of Leesburg & Martinsburg has a team of experts ready to repair a broad range of washing machines, including compact washing machines, front-loading washing machines, top-loading washing machines, and combination units. The following are examples of washer brands we commonly repair and maintain:
Common Washing Machine Problems We Resolve
Your washing machine’s operational details are complicated, but it performs a simple task. If you notice your washer has any problems, we urge you not to neglect your appliance. Instead, contact Mr. Appliance of Leesburg & Martinsburg to get quick and conclusive solutions to your appliance issues. The quicker our team can pinpoint and resolve your machine’s exact problem, the less likely it will sustain further damage. Some common washing machine issues we fix include the following:
- Washing machine won’t turn on – You may understandably get frustrated when you go to start your wash and your washing machine doesn’t respond. This issue may be due to a tripped, off-balance switch. You can try redistributing your clothes to rebalance the load in your washing machine to see if it will start up and run. If that doesn’t work, your appliance may have an issue with the outlet’s timer circuitry.
- Washing machine won’t agitate – Many things can lead to a washer not agitating, such as worn agitator assemblies, transmission mode levers, wigwag plungers/lifters, and drive spindles. This issue can be because of malfunctioning pressure switches, internal timer contacts, or bad lid switches.
- Washing machine won’t spin – Washing machines that stop spinning or don’t spin properly can cause clothes to be still soaked when the wash cycle ends. Your washing machine issue might be damaged wiring, bad timer contacts, a defective lid switch or plunger, worn-out or broken drive belts, or burned-out spin solenoids.
- Washing machine has excessive vibration – A washing machine vibrating excessively may not be leveled correctly, or the weakened wood floor it’s on could be the culprit. Worn snubber pads or damper pads may be other possible causes.
- Washing machine has no cold water – Sediment might be built up in your machine’s valve, or its cold-water valve might be turned off.
- Washing machine leaks – A washing machine with water leaks is a costly problem that can cause damage to the flooring and other materials in your home. These leaks could be because of leaking tubs, tub water injection hoses, or pipes. Other causes may be excess soap, loose drain hose clogs, or loose hoses.
- Washing machine does not drain properly – A defective pump causes water to stay in your machine’s drum and fail to drain properly. Other causes may lead to this issue, such as worn drive belts or clogged drain hoses. Water not draining correctly can result in further severe problems, so reach out to us to repair your washing machine if this issue happens.
- Washing machine leaves soap on clothes – Nobody wants their clothes to be soapy after they go through the wash, rinse, and spin cycles. This problem can be due to sediment clogging a cold-water valve or a defective timer contact.
- Washing machine leaves spots on clothes – If you find spots on your clothes that won’t come out using soap and water, your washing machine may have a defunct transmission-producing transmission oil in your appliance.
We Have All the Parts for Your Repair Needs
Mr. Appliance of Leesburg & Martinsburg can replace all your washing machine’s parts to keep it working correctly and efficiently. We strongly recommend contacting us to get an estimate of what your washing machine repair will cost. The following parts are examples of what our appliance repair experts can replace in your washer:
- Lid switches
- Lid plungers
- Pressure switches
- Agitator assemblies
- Transmission mode levers
- Wigwag plunger/lifters
- Drive spindles
- Damper/snubber pads
Choose Mr. Appliance of Leesburg & Martinsburg
Don’t let your weekly loads of laundry pile up in your closet because you have a broken washing machine. Mr. Appliance of Leesburg & Martinsburg’s highly trained and knowledgeable appliance repair specialists can diagnose your appliance’s exact issue and solve it quickly to help you get back to your regular chores and daily life. Our courteous, uniformed professionals perform service on your schedule and offer warranties to back up all our parts and workmanship. Contact us today to schedule service.