A washing machine is one of the most convenient appliances people often take for granted until it has a problem and cannot run their laundry. Mr. Appliance of Park Slope offers Brooklyn, NY homeowners professional washing machine repair services to ensure they have fresh, clean laundry whenever they need it. We suggest scheduling an appointment for residential washing machine repair services as quickly as possible after noticing any problems with your residential model. Being proactive and resolving a functional issue can help you avoid additional damage to your unit or water damage ruining your flooring, woodwork, and other home features. Many things can happen with washing machines that impact or destroy their performance, including machines not spinning, turning on, or draining. We can schedule appointments for routine servicing and emergency appliance services to keep residents in all Brooklyn neighborhoods dressed in spotless clothes. Get more information about our appliance services and then reach out to us anytime you need to schedule service.
Repairs on All Washing Machine Types & Brands
You can trust our washing machine and appliance repair professionals to perform preventative maintenance and repair services to resolve issues with all brands and types of washing machines. Our technicians do repair work on a broad range of washing machines. You can contact us to fix combination units, compact washing machines, top-loading washing machines, and front-loading washing machines. We commonly service all the following washing machine brands:
Common Washing Machine Problems We Resolve
Washing machines are complex appliances that have a singular job. If any problems develop with your unit, you should never hesitate to contact Mr. Appliance of Park Slope. The quicker our appliance repair team can identify your problem and resolve it with professional solutions, the less chance your washing machine will develop further damage to its components. Below are some common washing machine issues our repair specialists fix:
- Washing machine won’t turn on – Starting your wash can be stressful when your washing machine doesn't respond. This problem’s cause might be a tripped, off-balance switch. You can attempt to redistribute your clothes, so they're more balanced in the washing machine, and your appliance may start up if that is the issue. If not, your washing machine issue might be with the outlet’s timer circuitry.
- Washing machine won’t agitate – Many things can lead to a washer not agitating, such as worn drive belts, agitator assemblies, transmission mode levers, wigwag plungers/lifters, or drive spindles. Bad internal timer contacts, lid switches, or malfunctioning pressure switches can cause this problem.
- Washing machine won’t spin – A washing machine not spinning properly or at all can cause your clothes to still be soaked after the wash cycle ends. Your problem might be damaged wiring, bad timer contacts, a defective lid switch or plunger, burned-out spin solenoids, or worn-out or broken drive belts.
- Washing machine has excessive vibration – A washing machine vibrating excessively may have incorrect leveling or could sit on a weakened wood floor. Worn damper pads or snubber pads may be other causes.
- Washing machine has no cold water – Your cold-water valve might be switched off, or you could have sediment built up in the valve.
- Washing machine leaks – Water leaking from your washing machine can be costly and damage your home's flooring, woodwork, and other materials. Excess soap, leaking tubs, loose drain hose clogs or hoses, tub water injection hoses, or pumps can cause this issue.
- Washing machine does not drain properly – A defective pump can result in water remaining in a washer’s drum and not draining properly. Other causes might be worn drive belts and clogged drain hoses. Water not draining correctly can cause significant problems, so you should contact us to repair your washing machine if it has this issue.
- Washing machine leaves soap on clothes – No one wants to deal with soapy clothes after they finish washing in their appliance. This problem’s cause could be a defective timer contact, or you could have sediment clogging a cold-water valve.
- 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 suffer from a defunct transmission, producing transmission oil in your washer.
We Have All the Parts to Fix Your Washing Machine
Mr. Appliance of Park Slope has all the parts needed to replace in your washing machine to ensure it performs at its best again. Reach out to us to get an estimate on how much your washing machine repair cost will be. We can replace any part of your washer, including the following:
- Lid switches
- Lid plungers
- Pressure switches
- Agitator assemblies
- Drive spindles
- Wigwag plunger/lifters
- Transmission mode levers
- Damper/snubber pads