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Your washer at home works like a tub that is equipped with a spinner. The spinner agitates the detergent-laden water to clean your clothes and sheets. The action of moving soapy water dislodges the dirt. Different cycle settings and water temperatures are used to clean different types of fabric. Delicate fabrics are not handled the same way as rough linens. The soapy water carries the dislodged dirt as it is drained from the washer. Fresh water is then pumped into the washer to complete two or more rinsing cycles.

Have you noticed any of these common problems with your washing machine?

  • A devastating flooding problem can happen to a standard washer, wherein you get water spilled all over the floor. The water leaks can result from a number of things.
  • Your washing machine does not drain.
  • Your washing machine fails to finish running its cycle.
  • Your washing machine overfills.
  • Your washing machine does not start.

Handy Troubleshooting Tips for Common Washing Machine Problems

Water leaks can result from pipe bursts and failure in washer gaskets and fittings. Unplug the appliance and check the unit thoroughly for leaks. Check the washer door if it’s sealed. Inspect the water supply hoses for damage. The pump needs to be replaced if you see leaks around the pulley seals. Tub leaks may be the result of a rotting tub, which may require you to buy a new washer.

  • If the washer does not drain, then immediately check the water supply hoses. Ensure that there are no kinks and the water flows out smoothly. The airflow must also be sufficient to drain the water out of the washer tub.

  • If your washer keeps on running without finishing its cycle, then it may be a problem with the timer. Corrosion or scorching contacts can result in stalled timers.

  •  If the washer overfills or it won’t start, then you may want to call an appliance repair technician to diagnose what’s causing the problem. An overfilling washing machine may mean either a defective switch or a water-inlet valve. A washing machine that fails to start, on the other hand, may have something to do with motor or drive belt problems. Complicated issues like motor transmission failure and a broken drive belt are best left to professionals. To properly repair your washer, you need special work tools that depend on the model of the washer.

Still having trouble with your washing machine? Then let our professional appliance repair technicians help you.

If you are in the Houston area, then contact us now and schedule a service appointment. We will give you a price estimate before one of our appliance repair pros comes over.

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