Bosch

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Bosch WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Bosch Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Bosch Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Siemens

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR SIEMENS WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. SIEMENS Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. SIEMENS Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

FRIGIDAIRE

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR FRIGIDAIRE WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. FRIGIDAIRE Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. FRIGIDAIRE Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Amana

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR AMANA WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. AMANA Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. AMANA Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Panasonic

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR PANASONIC WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. PANASONIC Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. PANASONIC Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

IKEA

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR IKEA WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. IKEA Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. IKEA Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

BAUKNECHT

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR BAUKNECHT WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. BAUKNECHT Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. BAUKNECHT Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Mika

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR MIKA WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. MIKA Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. MIKA Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Asko

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR ASKO WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. ASKO Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. ASKO Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Sanyo

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR SANYO WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. SANYO Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. SANYO Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Bush

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR BUSH WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. BUSH Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. BUSH Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

GE

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR GE WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. GE Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. GE Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Indesit

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR INDESIT WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. INDESIT Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. INDESIT Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Neff

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR NEFF WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. NEFF Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. NEFF Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Candy

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR CANDY WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. CANDY Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. CANDY Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Hitachi

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR HITACHI WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. HITACHI Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. HITACHI Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Zanussi

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR ZANUSSI WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. ZANUSSI Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. ZANUSSI Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

ELBA

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR ELBA WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. ELBA Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. ELBA Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

BEKO

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR BEKO WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. BEKO Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. BEKO Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

VON HOTPOINT

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR VON HOTPOINT WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. VON HOTPOINT Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. VON HOTPOINT Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly […]

Armco

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Armco WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Armco Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Armco Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Maytag

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Maytag WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Maytag Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Maytag Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Kenmore

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR KENMORE WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. KENMORE Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. KENMORE Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Kitchenaid

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Kitchenaid washing machine Your Kitchenaid washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a Kitchenaid washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the Kitchenaid washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your Kitchenaid washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your Kitchenaid washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Kitchenaid washing machine s are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Kitchenaid Kitchenaid washing machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all Kitchenaid washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the Kitchenaid washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Kitchenaid Kitchenaid washing machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your […]

HP

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR HP WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. HP Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. HP Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Bruhm

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Bruhm WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Bruhm Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Bruhm Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Miele

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR MIELE WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. MIELE Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. MIELE Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Ramtons

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Ramtons WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Ramtons Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Ramtons Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Ariston

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Ariston WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Ariston Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Ariston Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

LG

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR LG WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. LG Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. LG Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Smeg

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR SMEG WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. SMEG Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. SMEG Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Sharp

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR SHARP WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. SHARP Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. SHARP Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Toshiba

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR TOSHIBA WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. TOSHIBA Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. TOSHIBA Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Daewoo

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR DAEWOO WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. DAEWOO Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. DAEWOO Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Haier

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Haier WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Haier Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Haier Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Fisher & Paykel

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Fisher & Paykel WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Fisher & Paykel Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Fisher & Paykel Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and […]

Hoover

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR HOOVER WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. HOOVER Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. HOOVER Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Electrolux

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR Electrolux WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. Electrolux Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. Electrolux Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Whirlpool

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR WHIRLPOOL WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. WHIRLPOOL Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. WHIRLPOOL Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]

Samsung

HOW TO REPAIR YOUR SAMSUNG WASHING MACHINE Your washing machine / washer could be working very well, then suddenly, a series of events happen that render it not effective or functional. Alternatively, a washing machine may break as a result of long-term usage effects. Could be simply a drainage issue, perhaps the machine’s basin filled with water but it didn’t drain well. Or it drained but did not spin. Maybe the clothes were washed but didn’t come out clean enough. Summarily, the washing machine basically stopped working at its best performance or it entirely stopped working. For a machine that works very well and so hard, it is not surprising that your washer will occasionally break down or its performance will go down to a point where the clothes are not getting clean enough. You can call our technicians for service, or with enough motivation and some technical skills, you can repair your washing machine by yourself. Most of these repairs require simple tools and can be performed by home-owners who have some appliance repair skills. Pre-service Safety Always unplug your washing machine from the power source before working on it, no matter how small the repairs may seem to be. Washing machines are heavy and can tip over. So, do not tilt the machine or move without help. SAMSUNG Washing Machine Will Not Start up It is the most basic of all washing machine breakdowns: the machine will not start. You have put the clothes in the washing machine basin, pressed the “ON” button or turned the dial, and then nothing happens. Check the power cord behind the washer to make sure that it is plugged in. Due to washers’ vigorous movements, especially when the load is imbalanced, machines may move. When a machine moves, it may inadvertently unplug the power cord. Cords that have been shortened with ties have no give. In this case, untie the cord to allow for more length and flexibility. Is the circuit breaker to the washer turned off? To reset a circuit breaker, find the electrical service panel. Locate the correct circuit breaker, turn it in the “OFF” direction, and then back to the “ON” position. Your front loader washer’s lid switch strike may be faulty. This is the area of the door frame that communicates to the machine that the door is properly closed and it is okay to begin filling with water. Close the lid and watch as the part on the door connects with the part on the machine. The top part should seat into the bottom part. Your top loader washer’s lid switch may be faulty. You can test this by setting the machine to “ON” and then pushing into the hole with the blunt end of a pen. If working correctly, the water should begin filling even though the lid is open. SAMSUNG Washing Machine Does Not clean clothes well This may be one of the more frustrating clothes washer problems because you notice it only after running the clothes through a full cycle. After washing your clothing, you remove it and find your supposedly clean clothes covered […]