Washing Machine Repair Service in Greater St. Louis, MO

Keeping Your Home’s Washing Machine up & Running

A washing machine is a convenient modern appliance we often take for granted until it develops a problem and we can’t do our laundry. Mr. Appliance of Greater St. Louis offers professional washing machine repair services to homeowners in St. Louis, Ballwin, and Chesterfield, MO. We recommend scheduling residential washing machine repair services quickly whenever you notice your washing machine starts having problems. Being proactive with prompt, professional solutions can prevent further washing machine damage or water damage to your property. Many things can go wrong with a washing machine, including machines that won’t turn on, spin, or drain. You can rely on us for routine appointments and emergency plumbing services for residents in the city, suburban communities, and throughout the greater St. Louis area. We invite you to learn more about our appliance services and reach out to us today to schedule service.

Repairing All Types & Brands of Washing Machines

You can rely on our repair technicians to provide preventative washing machine maintenance and repair service on all these appliance types and brands. Our experts perform repairs on a broad range of washing machines, such as front-loading washing machines, top-loading washing machines, combination units, and compact washing machines. Check out these washer brands we commonly service:

  • LG
  • Whirlpool
  • Samsung
  • GE
  • Maytag
  • Kenmore
  • Speed Queen

Common Washing Machine Problems We Repair

Your washing machine is a complicated appliance designed to perform a simple job. If you notice your machine has problems, we strongly recommend contacting us as soon as possible and without hesitation. The quicker our team can identify and repair your washing machine’s problem, the less likely it will suffer from further damage. Learn more about some of the common washing machine issues we fix:

  • Washing machine won’t turn on – Trying to start your weekly wash can be frustrating when the washing machine won’t turn on. This problem may be due to a tripped, off-balance switch. Try redistributing your clothes inside the washing machine to see if a more balanced load will prompt the appliance to start up. If not, you might have an issue with the outlet’s timer circuitry.
  • Washing machine won’t agitate – Many things can impact a washer’s ability to agitate, including worn drive belts, wigwag plungers/lifters, agitator assemblies, drive spindles, or transmission mode levers. Other causes of this problem include bad lid switches, internal timer contacts, or malfunctioning pressure switches.
  • Washing machine won’t spin – A washing machine that does not spin properly or stops spinning can cause your wet clothes to still be soaked when your wash cycle ends. Your problem might be a defective lid switch or plunger, damaged wiring, burned-out spin solenoids, bad timer contacts, or broken or worn-out drive belts.
  • Washing machine has excessive vibration – A washing machine with excessive vibration might not be leveled correctly, or you might have placed it on a weakened wood floor. Other causes may include worn snubber pads or damper pads.
  • Washing machine has no cold water – Your cold-water valve might be turned off, or sediment may have built up in the valve.
  • Washing machine leaks – Water leaks coming from your washing machine are expensive and can damage your home. These leaks might be because of excess soap, loose drain hose clogs or hoses, leaking tubs, pumps, or tub water injection hoses.
  • Washing machine does not drain properly – A defective pump will cause water to stay in your washing machine’s drum and not drain properly. Other causes include clogged drain hoses and worn drive belts. If your water doesn’t drain correctly, this issue can lead to severe problems, so contact us to repair your washing machine whenever it has this issue.
  • Washing machine leaves soap on clothes – No one wants soapy clothes after they’ve been through the wash. This problem can be due to a defective timer contact or a cold water valve clogged with sediment.
  • Washing machine leaves spots on clothes – If your clothes have spots that won’t come out with soap and water, your appliance may have a defunct transmission producing transmission oil in your washer.

We Have All the Parts Your Washing Machine Needs

Mr. Appliance of Greater St. Louis can replace all parts your washing machine might require to keep it working correctly. Be sure to contact us to get a cost estimate on your washing machine repairs. We can replace any of the following parts on your washer:

  • Timers
  • Belts
  • Hoses
  • Pumps
  • Lid plungers
  • Lid switches
  • Agitator assemblies
  • Pressure switches
  • Wigwag plunger/lifters
  • Drive spindles
  • Transmissions
  • Transmission mode levers
  • Solenoids
  • Damper/snubber pads

Contact Mr. Appliance of Greater St. Louis Today

Don’t let your family’s dirty laundry pile up on your laundry room floor because you have a broken washing machine. Mr. Appliance of Greater St. Louis’s qualified technicians can quickly and accurately diagnose and resolve your washing machine problem so that you can return to your routine. Our courteous, uniformed professionals offer service on your schedule, and we back up our parts and workmanship with warranties. Contact us today to schedule service.

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