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We have experience working on all models and brands of washers
in Dallas and surrounding cities. If your washer leaks, the water
doesn't drain completely or you have any other problematic issues
with it, call our toll free number and let us deal with it in order
to bring your washer to normal working condition. You can reach
us 24/7 at our toll free number for fast washer repairs in Dallas.
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased washer parts are shipped directly to you.
We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc.
We repair all washer brands in Dallas such as:
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Our Service area includes all of Dallas and the surrounding
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One word of caution: Most of the time when an
untrained person gets involved in washer repairs he has a great
chance of creating a "basket of disassembled parts" --
where your washer is a mess of parts that the washer repair technician
must then reassemble before he can even check what the trouble is.
Only once he has put the washer back together can he repair the
original problem. This, of course, ends up costing you more for
the same repair. In addition, if you get involved in washer repairs
which you are not familiar and experienced with, it can be dangerous.
This is because you deal with electricity and mechanical systems,
so you can easily injure yourself. The information bellow is only
for educational purpose and we don’t advise anyone to do your
own washer repair. For professional help call us to schedule your
repair appointment at our toll free number:
Based on my many years of experience in the service business, I
believe that the best four manufacturers of washing machines today,
in alphabetical order, are Amana, General Electric, Maytag and Speed
Queen. If they have made a reliable product. It also does not mean
that no other manufacturer makes a quality product.
No matter what the brand name, be very careful about selecting the
floor special. I believe that many base models are basically "bait
`n switch" products, very cheaply made, designed to provide
price, but not performance. Even some of the best manufacturers
will stoop to this practice from time to time so that they can give
their retailers a super competitive advertising item. Try to determine
the average estimated service life of the product. The typical washing
machine should last fourteen years. If you only get seven or eight
years, you would be better off paying a hundred dollars more and
getting a fourteen year service life. If you are really interested,
ask the salesman to take off the front of the lower priced washing
machine, and the front of a high priced machine by the same manufacturer.
Are the machines noticeably different inside? Is the low priced
machine of demonstrably cheaper construction (it shouldn't be)?
If the salesman will not, or can not, take off the front side of
the machine, to allow you to look at the inner construction, ask
yourself if you would buy a car from an automobile dealership where
they wouldn't lift the hood and let you look at the engine, or from
a salesman who couldn't find the oil dip stick?
Very little maintenance is needed on a washing machine. It's a good
idea to wipe your washing - machine clown thoroughly at least once
a week. If you spill detergent, clean it up immediately. Do not
let your equipment get gunked tip with detergent, etc.
Twice a year cleats your machine with two quarts of white vinegar
in a full tub full of hot water. Let the washing machine run through
the entire cycle. It will look shiny and new when the cycle is completed.
A washing machine is basically just a tub within a tub, within a
square metal box. It has a motor attached to the transmission by
a belt or direct drive attachment. The transmission will move the
agitator back and forth, as well as spin the inner tub. There is
also a pump to remove the water when the job is done.
If all the manufacturers put the same parts in the same places,
and all the various parts looked like their counterparts on competitive
machines, telling you how to fix a washing machine would be a snap.
Unfortunately, the parts don't all look the same and they are not
situated in the same place. Therefore, please don't try to repair
a washing machine without that particular brand's service manual.
Remember "knowledge is power." Buy the manual even if
you never expect to do any repair work yourself.
The tips and information that we have posted here is strictly for
educational purposes. This is because you deal with electricity
and mechanical systems, so you can easily injure yourself. The information
above is only for educational purpose and we don’t advise
anyone to do your own washer repair. For professional help call
us to schedule your repair appointment at our toll free number:
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