A damaged washing machine is an unthinkable trouble for many people. If you’re like many people in Avon, you’re stuffing as many tasks as you can into your day to get every little thing done, and a damaged washing machine is not in the equation. We’re here to help. Cleveland Appliance Repair is affordable and has trustworthy service technicians who are ready to help.
Our service technicians have all the devices needed to safely and also rapidly fix your washing machine. We’re only a phone call away. Our vans are equipped with supplier parts for major washing machine parts for GE, LG, Kenmore, Maytag, Whirlpool, Samsung, and also much more!
WASHING MACHINE PROBLEMS
UNUSUALLY LOUD NOISES
If you put a lot of garments in the washing machine, it’s likely your machine will make a lot of noise, especially while it’s on the spin cycle. As Avon home appliance repair work specialists, our service technicians can identify the problem and identify if it will be better for you to fix or replace the home appliance. Common causes of washing machine problems are because of a damaged pump motor, a used belt, or used bearings.
FAILS TO TURN ON
Before you panic, ensure your washing machine is plugged in and getting power. You also need to inspect the circuit breaker to ensure everything is functioning properly. Reasons for your washing machine not turning on is a damaged door latch, thermal fuse, or damaged timer.
If your washing machine won’t spin, there’s an problem with the wax motor, door latch, or motor coupling. There’s no need to stress. Cleveland Appliance Repair has service technicians who are ready to make the necessary repair services so you can continue your routine.
The key factor your washing machine is overflowing is a breakdown with the water level pressure switch or the air dome tube. Although these problems sound like complicated repair services, this an easy repair work we can make.
NO HOT OR COLD WATER
The key culprit of no hot or cold water throughout your washing cycle is a damaged temperature control switch. Another culprit in this scenario is a damaged inlet hose pipe.