Wilmington Washer Repair Services.
Wilmington Washer Repair.
If you’re like most homeowners, your washing machine is something you simply can’t live without. So if your brand-name washer stops working, you need a reliable team to come in and fix the problem quickly before you get stuck spending hours at the local Laundromat.
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Washer Repair Services
At Island Appliance Repair, we offer thorough, effective branded washing machine repair services. No matter the scope of your problem, we pledge to address it quickly and in a cost-effective fashion. We understand how much you rely on your washing machine and how important it is to be able to get your laundry done in the comfort of your own home. And when you call on us, we’ll respond quickly so that you’re not kept waiting. It’s all part of our pledge to provide the service and professionalism you deserve.
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Washer won't spin
The washer’s lid switch assembly is a safety mechanism that prevents the washer from spinning when the lid is open. If the lid switch fails, the washer won’t spin.
The drive belt plays an important role in making the washer spin. If the belt is broken, the dryer won’t spin.
The motor coupling is as safety mechanism designed to fail if the washer is overloaded. This protects the motor and transmission from damage. The motor coupling can also wear out over time.
The drive pulley works with the drive belt and motor to make the washer drum spin. If the pulley is worn out, the belt can slip off causing the washer to not spin.
Washer is making loud noise
The tub bearing helps the washer tub spin smoothly. If the bearing is worn, it can cause excess noise. Replacement of the bear is a very complex repair requiring almost complete disassembly of the washer.
Over time, the belts can get dry and cracked. When this happens, the washer may make a loud noise during operation.
The drain pump can cause a loud noise when the washer is draining if debris is caught in the pump.
The clutch assembly is connected between the transmission and the inner tub. Its job is to bring the washer gradually up to speed during the spin cycle. If the noise is related to the spin cycle, or at the end of the cycle, the issue may be a worn out clutch.