Washer and Dryer Repair Services in Your Neighborhood
Is your dryer taking a long time to dry your clothes? If you have a malfunctioning washer or dryer, you can count on the licensed, bonded, and insured staff at All Appliance Service to get your appliance back to peak performance as soon as possible.
As a local, family owned and operated business, our experienced crew has been providing professional appliance repair services. Rely on our friendly technicians for prompt services. We offer a 1-year WARRANTY on appliance parts.
Our Washer and Dryer Services Include:
Diagnosing the problem
Finding the right part
Employing the right repair process
Getting things functioning again
Washer and Dryer Repair Tips
It is recommended that you shouldn't overload the machine.
If your washing machine won't spin or agitate, make sure that the selector switch on the control panel, if there is one, is set properly. Check if the button has been pressed all the way in. If it is, then try testing the switch. If it has failed, it will need to be replaced.
The hot water feed to your washing machine depends greatly upon its make and model. If the water flow seems to be sluggish, investigate the machine's water inlet valve. It could be defective and causing the problem.
If your clothes aren't drying properly, make sure the dryer is not pushed back against the rear exhaust duct causing an airflow restriction.
If the drive belts in your dryer become worn and break off, it will no longer prompt the drum to tumble. Upon inspection, if you find that the belt has become defective, you'll have to replace it so that your dryer can tumble again. Additionally, take a quick look at your idler pulley wheel. Pulley wheels tend to wear at the same rate as a dryer's belt and it may also need to be replaced.
Check the thermal fuse in case your dryer doesn't start up at all. In most models, the thermal fuse is a heat-sensitive fuse attached to your dryer's exhaust duct that is designed to blow if the dryer overheats. A blown fuse would cause your dryer to not heat, or to not work at all. Open up your dryer's cabinet and locate its thermal fuse. Test the component. If it has blown, replace it.