WE AT APPLIANCE REPAIR FIX ALL HIGH END APPLIANCES BOSCH, THERMADOR, GAGGENAU, SUB ZERO WASHERS, DRYER, DISHWASHERS, REFRIGERATORS, RANGES, OVENS, COOKTOPS, AIR CONDITIONERS.
APPLIANCE REPAIR is located. We service all Bosch, Thermador, Gaggenau, GE, Kenmore, Maytag, liebherr, Subzero, Kenmore, KitchenAid , LG, Electronics, Magic Chef, Maytag, Miele, Roper, Whirlpool, Amana, Fishel and Paykel appliances. Dealing with the recession most people prefer to repair what they have appose to purchasing new appliances. Paying the high cost for new appliances can be a waste of time and money. With our expertise, we will determine if your existing products can be repaired or cost efficient to be replaced.
– At APPLIANCE REPAIR, we only provide excellent service. Providing satisfaction is one of our main goals.- With a variety of service solutions to choose from, we are certain that you will be happy working with us.
-SAME DAY SERVICE REPAIR.-$90.00 DIAGNOSTIC FEE.-Resolving the appliance repair issues of our customers in a timely and affordable fashion is our #1 goal. We value our customers and want to be your go-to company for all your home appliance repair needs. Appliance Repair offers itself as the best home appliance repair company and possesses the necessary tools and experience to maintain and repair ALL of your household appliances.
Drain Pump Issue
Some washing machines have coin traps, which are designed to catch small items. If something gets lodged there, the machine may not drain until you remove the item. The trap is usually at the bottom of the machine and is designed so you can easily can clean it. If you don’t find anything there, if your machine doesn’t have a coin trap, you may find a blockage by disconnecting the drain hose from the outlet on the back of the machine. There may be lint, or even a sock, in the hose or the drain outlet.
Cleaning Fans and Coils
Condenser coils are located on the back of the fridge or across the bottom. These coils cool and condense the refrigerant. When the coils are clogged with dirt and dust, they can’t efficiently release heat. The result is your compressor works harder and longer than it was designed to, using more energy and shortening the life of your fridge.
Clean the coils with a coil cleaning brush and vacuum. A coil cleaning brush does a thorough job and will easily pay for itself (look for one at appliance parts stores). The brush is bendable to fit in tight areas. They can be used for cleaning your dehumidifier and air conditioner coils too.
The door seal on a front-loader is basically an inanimate, non-moving part of your machine, but it is critical to its operation. The drum rotates on a horizontal axis as it pulls your laundry through the water and detergent solution. Even with low water levels in high-efficiency washers, owners have to pay attention to the door seal that prevents water and suds from leaking down the front of the machine. Carefully inspect the black door seal on the door as well as the contact surface on the frame of the washer during your yearly maintenance regimen. In general, you can use bleach to wipe and clean away buildup and residue that may prevent an airtight seal from happening. However, some manufacturers forbid the use of chlorine, even in diluted form, recommending only a soft cloth and detergent.