Washing Machine Repair
It's to be expected that your clothes washer will eventually break down or lose enough efficiency that your laundry won't get clean. Perhaps water flooded the machine's basin and would not drain. Alternately, the water drained but the spinner did not work. Or, the clothes were washed, but the results were not particularly satisfactory in terms of their cleanliness. To put it succinctly, either your washing machine ceased operating at its usual level of efficiency or it simply gave up and stopped working entirely. At this point, it is necessary to get in touch with our repair team here at Orbit Appliance Repairs.
An Overflowing Washing Machine That Won't Drain
The unpleasant experience of lifting the lid of the washing machine only to find garments drifting in a bowl loaded with nasty gray water is something that a great number of households have had to endure. There is a possibility that a remnant of clothing or another item that is related to washing has become caught in the pump of your machine. Another possibility is that the corrugated tubing that feeds the pump is clogged. Since there are several potential causes, we recommend that you have our specialists at Orbit Appliance Repair have a look at your appliance before trying to solve this matter yourself.
Issues with Electronic Parts of Washing Machines
When the washing machine's fuse blows, it won't get power and won't work. Our company receives many calls for washer repair once the owner discovers the appliance is broken due to a faulty door switch. The washing machine wouldn't work if the door switch wasn't working properly. Repairing the main controllers is essential to an efficient washing machine. The printed circuit board in your washer regulates everything in it. The washing machine could be irreparably damaged by power surges. This is a repair solution that can be addressed swiftly and may save you headaches and money on more expensive repairs.
Washing Machines That Make a lot of Noise during your Washing Cycle
When a washer creates a pounding or grinding sound during the agitation or spin cycles, it is one of the more aggravating signs of a malfunction. This should be fixed immediately since continued use could cause the washer permanent damage. Directly beneath the tub is a set of bearings that could be worn out and in need of replacement. The tub bearings could want some oil if your washing machine is creating a squeaky noise. It's also possible that the pulley or belt driving the washer's motor is shot. This is a complex fix because you have to disassemble a lot of the device to get to the motor. There may be damage, such as cracks or fraying, to the belt that drives the pump pulley. Often times the belt will also have a charred rubber odor.
Washing Machine Agitator
When the washer's tub or basin fills with water but the central agitator doesn't turn, it's a common problem. The clothes get cleaned by rocking back and forth, which is called "agitation." The agitator, a plastic cone in the middle of the mixer, is responsible for this motion. The agitator's top and bottom halves are joined by a series of tiny plastic gears. If you suspect that a power surge has damaged your washing machine's motor, try resetting it. We can come to you and help with any brand's unique reset method.