Washing Machine Repair Service

A washing machine is a wonderful convenience that can often be taken for granted — until it breaks down and leaves you with loads of dirty laundry. When you notice problems, schedule your washing machine repair service right away to limit the risk of water damage or further complications.

Whether you need to investigate suds left in the machine or why it simply won't turn on, your local Mr. Appliance® can provide regular service or emergency repair to address the problem. Our service professionals also provide careful preventative maintenance, which we recommend for any major residential appliance.

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Common Washing Machine Problems We Repair

These appliances have a lot of moving parts, which makes washing machine repair a common necessity. These are just some of the issues we see and fix daily:

  • Washing machine won't turn on: A tripped, off-balance switch, a problem with the timer/control board, or an electrical issue with your outlet can all prevent your machine from turning on. Don’t risk your safety with electrical aspects - contact a professional immediately.
  • Washing machine is not spinning or agitating properly: A defective lid switch, lid plunger, damaged wires, a broken or worn-out drive belt, or a bad timer/control board can all be reasons why the washer isn't spinning. Do not attempt DIY repair as this can make the problem worse.
  • You notice excessive vibration: Worn dampers or an unleveled machine can cause excessive vibration. If the interior of the drum moves excessively compared to the fixed exterior, trust your local Mr. Appliance for expert washer repair.
  • Your washing machine leaks: Excess soap, loose hoses, drain hose clogs, broken pumps, tubs, or fill hoses could be to blame for washing machine leaks. To avoid further damage to the flooring and surrounding area, contact your local Mr. Appliance as soon as possible.
  • Clothes don't come out of the wash clean: If wash cycles leave spots or excess soap on laundry, it could mean you need your water valve, timer, control board, or detergent dispenser replaced.
  • Your washing machine isn’t draining: Water will remain in the basket if you have a defective pump, worn drive belt, or clogged drain hose. When your washing machine won’t drain properly, our service professionals will take care of your washer's drain system.

A service professional fixing a washing machine with a list of common issues, such as the washer won’t turn on, is leaking, vibrating excessively, not cleaning clothes, or isn’t draining.

Washing Machine Brands We Service

Your local Mr. Appliance offers convenient scheduling and upfront, flat-rate pricing for washing machine repair service and maintenance. Our service professionals have many years of experience providing quality workmanship backed by the Neighborly Done Right Promise® and a one-year parts and labor warranty for residential repairs.

We know how to fix a wide range of washers, including:

  • Top-loading washing machines
  • Front-loading washing machines
  • Combination units
  • Compact washing machines
  • Smart washers

All Mr. Appliance franchises are locally owned and operated and may offer fewer or more washing machine repair services than those listed here. Don’t see your appliance listed? Ask your local Mr. Appliance about the service.

We have extensive experience with the different brands we service, including:

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Washing machine brands Mr. Appliance repairs: Whirlpool, Maytag, Samsung, LG, Frigidaire, Amana, Bosch, Electrolux.

Washing Machine Replacement Parts We Install

If you've noticed any problems with your washer, your local Mr. Appliance is here to help resolve the problem so you can get back to your laundry routine. We’ll find the parts your machine needs for an easy and effective washer repair. Some common parts we replace include:

  • Agitator
  • Belt
  • Control board or timer
  • Damper
  • Door gasket
  • Drain pump
  • Drive coupler
  • Lid switch and plunger
  • Pressure switch
  • Solenoid
  • Transmission
  • Transmission mode lever
  • Water inlet valve

List of common parts Mr. Appliance replaces with visual icons: drain pump, control board and timer, door gasket, water inlet valve.

How To Repair a Washing Machine: Our Process

When you notice something is wrong with your washer, trust a professional to get the repair done right. A DIY repair gone wrong can make the problem worse or even break your machine, so trust a Mr. Appliance service professional to service your broken washing machine.

Here’s how the process works:

  1. Call Mr. Appliance or schedule service online when you notice something wrong with your washing machine.
  2. A Mr. Appliance service professional will arrive at the scheduled time to inspect your washer and provide an upfront, flat-rate quote for the parts and repair.
  3. Mr. Appliance will source the proper parts to complete the service.
  4. The service professional will repair your washing machine, install any new parts, and clean up afterward.
  5. Our Neighborly Done Right Promise® covers all residential parts and repairs for one year and commercial parts and repairs for 30 days.

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Trust Mr. Appliance for Your Washer Repair

With nearly 30 years of experience, Mr. Appliance provides trusted and quality washing machine repair services for your home and business. Here’s why you should give Mr. Appliance a call next time you need to fix your washer:

Find Reliable Washing Machine Repair Near You

Don't let laundry pile up because of a broken-down washer! Schedule service with your local Mr. Appliance online or call us today. We'll leave your washing machine in great condition and can even service your dryer to keep it running efficiently throughout the year.

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Washing Machine Repair FAQ

Here are answers to the most common questions we receive.

Why Does My Washing Machine Shake?

An unbalanced load is the most common reason washing machines shake. Your machine may also not be level, whether it’s due to an uneven floor, warped supports, or worn-out damper.

Why Does My Sink Gurgle When the Washing Machine Drains?

This happens because the washer pushes a relatively high volume of water through a shared drain. If the drain is fully or partially blocked, it creates a vacuum, pushing air ahead to make the gurgling sound. If your sink gurgles when you do laundry, it's time to call in a local plumbing expert to inspect your drain. The drain is likely partially clogged and in need of service.

Can You Repair a Washing Machine Yourself?

No. Washing machine repair is difficult, so do not tackle it yourself. Attempting DIY repair can also void your warranty. It’s easy to further damage your machine if you’re not an expert, so schedule service with Mr. Appliance to get the repair done right the first time.

Is It Worth Repairing a Washing Machine?

Yes, it’s usually worth repairing a washing machine, but consider the age of the machine, repair costs, and the severity of the issue to make your decision. You can trust your local Mr. Appliance service professional to assess your current washer honestly and recommend repairs or a replacement.

What Is the Most Common Washing Machine Failure?

The most common issue folks run into with washing machines is usually drainage — things such as a clogged filter or a kinked hose. These can often be sorted out quickly without too much time or cost involved.

Is It Worth Fixing a Leaking Washing Machine?

A few factors such as cost, age of the appliance, and the source of the leak determine whether it's worth fixing. If you like your washing machine, a repair is usually the way to go. For example, leaks can be caused by one small malfunction that’s not worth replacing the whole appliance over. Your local Mr. Appliance service professionals will identify the source of the leak and make a recommendation based on what they find.

How Long Does It Take To Fix a Broken Washer?

Some washers can be fixed the same day, while some could take a few days to repair, depending on what is wrong with it and the availability of the parts needed.

Are Washer Problems Easy To Fix?

Some washer problems are simple to fix, such as unclogging a drain or getting rid of leftover suds. Other problems are complicated, such as repairing the control panel, which requires expertise to fix. In these cases, a DIY approach can cause more damage. You can always trust your local Mr. Appliance service professional to get your washer back in working order.

How Long Should a Washing Machine Last?

Currently, the national average is eight to twelve years if maintained properly. If you take good care of it, don't overload it, and give it the occasional maintenance check, it can sometimes last even longer. But as with any hardworking appliance, its lifespan can also be shorter if it's doing extra heavy-duty work all the time with little or no maintenance.

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