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Spokane Washing Machine Repair

Choosing a dependable Spokane washing machine repair service can be challenging. You have a wealth of options to choose from, and they’re all promising to be the best, so who can you trust?

Signs you have a broken washing machine and need repair:

The Drum Fails to Turn

The Drum Doesn’t Fill Up

Water Is Left After in The Drum

Washing Machine Makes Too Much Noise

Water Is Leaking Onto The Ground

Washer Doesn't Turn On

Spokane Washing Machine Repair    

Choosing a dependable Spokane washing machine repair service can be challenging. You have a wealth of options to choose from, and they’re all promising to be the best, so who can you trust?

Top Spokane Washing Machine Repair

 Check for testimonials and ask for recommendations from friends and family. Do your due diligence online if you are web-savvy. We are confident you will find Avery Appliance Repair is the top washing machine repair company in Spokane.

Getting the best repair service is a job you only need to do once. Give us a try, and you will always have a repair company you can rely on—just a phone call away.

Not sure you need help? Let’s look at the two types of washing machines and the problems they can encounter to help you decide. If, after all is said in done, you are still unsure, we would be happy to take a look.

Types of Washing Machines

Washing machines can be divided into two types according to the position of loading.

  • Top Load Washer: As the name implies, you load your clothes into this type of washing machine from above. This allows you to easily pile in your dirty laundry without needing to stoop down. Top load washers are the most popular type of washer in many parts of the world.
  • Front Load Washer: In the US, though, front load washing machines are more commonplace than top-loaders with fully 65 percent of the market share. This type of machine uses less electricity and also uses less water and detergent delivering economy across the board. As well as saving money, you will get better results from a front-loader too.

There’s also a division according to how a laundry machine operates:

  • Semi-Automatic Washer: Semi-automatic machines have separate tubs for both washer and drier. Timers work independently for washing and drying.
  • Fully Automatic Washer: Fully automatic machines have a single drum which serves double duty for washing and drying. User input is limited to adding the requisite amount of detergent and setting the timer after choosing the cycle you want. The machine does all the rest for you.      

Signs of a Broken Laundry Machine

Washing machines are built to last, but problems inevitably develop over time.

Look out for these four signs that you might need to call in a repair service to restore your machine to full working order…

  • The Drum Fails to Turn: The belts or the lid switch are the most frequent culprits if the drum of your washing machine isn’t turning properly. If the issue is belt-related, this is a pretty quick fix. The lid switch, on the other hand, is more involved and you’d be much better off calling for professional help than attempting to troubleshoot and fix this alone.
  • The Drum Doesn’t Fill Up: The drum failing to fill up could be due to many factors. Our professional repair service can determine whether the hose is kinked, or a filter is clogged. Perhaps a water inlet valve is to blame, or it could be down to delayed cycle selection. Again, trying to solve this problem without seeking help is likely to eat up a lot of time with no guarantee of getting to the bottom of it.
  • Water Is Left After in The Drum: If your washing cycle has finished and a pool of water remains in the drum, there’s definitely something amiss. The first thing to check for is any rogue tangled clothing blocking the pump. The drain hose could be kinked or clogged. If these simple fixes don’t work, you’re probably going to need a new water pump, a job best left to the experts.           
  • Washing Machine Makes Too Much Noise: Any washing machine making more noise than usual needs attention. Check that the load of laundry is well dispersed and also make sure the washing machine is as level and close to the floor as possible. Loose drum or motor mounts can cause this, a job best reserved for an appliance repair service.

Why Choose Avery To Fix Your Washing Machine?

If you want your washing machine mended without breaking the bank, get in touch with us here at Avery Appliance Repair.

With over three decades of experience fixing all types of appliances, you’ll get a personal touch and guaranteed work, so you won’t need to worry about needing a repair after the repair.

Contact us today, and we’ll arrange for a visit to assess whether repairing your washing machine is the best course of action. If so, we’ll take care of business. If not, we’ll honestly advise you that it’s more prudent to invest in a replacement. We can also install that replacement if need be.

We’ll gladly provide testimonials from customers happy to call on us any time their appliances are acting up. We look forward to hearing from you!

Customer Reviews

“Our laundry wasn’t getting clean after running a full cycle. I called Avery and they had a general idea of what was going on. They came over the following day, diagnosed the problem and have our washer fixed quickly. I will definitely use Avery again in the future.”

“My front load washer stopped responding when I would push the buttons on the the front. Not sure if the buttons were broken or there was some kind of electronics problem. I called Adam and he came over, took a look and was able to order the part and fix it.”

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