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Washer Repair Los Angeles

Is your washer is not draining, is it leaking or doesn’t spin? For any of these problems or any other washer issues, Los Angeles washer repair is on call to help 24 hours ad day, 7 days a week at:

866 876-3188

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased washer parts are shipped directly to you

We repair and service the following washer brands:

Admiral
Amana
Kenmore
Frigidaire
ASKO
Bosch
Magic Chef
Brown
Caloric
Coldspot
Dacor

Whirlpool
Hotpoint
GE
Kitchen Aid
Maytag
Jenn Air

Goldstar
Kelvinator
LG
O'Keefe and Merritt
Wolf

Roper
Sears
Speed Queen

White Westinghouse
Sunray
Tappan
Thermador
Wards
Wedgewood
Gaffers and Sattler
Montgomery Wards

And many more see the all the washer brands we service.

Our washer repair coverage areas include entire Los Angeles County:

Los Angeles
Long Beach
Glendale
Santa Clarita
Beverly Hills
Calabasas
Baldwin Park
Malibu
Manhattan Beach
Pico Rivera
Redondo Beach
Westlake Village

Hollywood
Torrance
Pasadena
Palmdale
Lancaster
El Monte
Hawthorne
Hermosa Beach
Inglewood
San Fernando
San Gabriel
West Hollywood

Inglewood
Downey
West Covina
Norwalk
Burbank
Agoura Hills
Carson
Compton
El Segundo
Santa Monica
South Pasadena
West Covina

View the full list of the zip codes responding for Los Angeles washer repair

We are fully insured and bonded. Our technicians are professionally trained and certified to provide 100% satisfaction guarantee washer repair service in Los Angeles. Our washer repair service call is Free with a repair and is protected with low price match policy for the entire Los Angeles County.

To schedule your appointment for Los Angeles washer repair call us at our toll free number:

866 876-3188

or send us an email at appointment@precisionappliancerepair.net . Please include your name, phone number and problem that you are having with your washer. We will contact you within the 60 min. of receiving the email to schedule your appointment for Los Angeles washer repair.

HOW A WASHER WORKS

Most of today's washers, even the least expensive ones, have pre-wash soak and/or rinse cycles, detergent and bleach/dye dispensers, water temperature controls, water level controls for conserving water when washing small or medium loads, lint filters, and a series of washing cycle controls to vary the action of the agitator and the spin cycle. An automatic washer basically does what you would do if you were going to wash clothes by hand, but it does it faster: clothes go in, water comes in and the clothes are washed, dirty water goes out, clean water comes in, clothes rinse, water goes out, and clothes come out. When you set the washer selector switch and apply power, a double solenoid valve is activated. Water is allowed to flow in to the preset level, at which point the solenoids slam shut and cut off the inflow of water. (Many washers also have an washer overflow sensor or some system to handle an overflow of water if the solenoids fail to shut off the water.) Next the washing cycle is activated. The washer agitator moves back and forth, and sometimes up and down as well, to clean the clothes. Agitator action is driven by a washer motor, a system of gears and/or belts, and a cam to create the reciprocal (back and forth) motion needed. Meanwhile, in most units a pump is used to recirculate and filter the wash water. The pump is activated and the wash water is drained from the washer tub. To reduce the amount of water even more, the washer motor causes the tub to spin. The water is pulled out of the clothes by centrifugal force, leaving the clothes damp instead of soaking wet. During washer operation, short pauses occur as the washer moves from one cycle to another, or even in the middle of a particular wash or rinse cycle. These pauses are part of normal operation of a servo-mechanism inside the washer as it changes from one mode to another.

Maintenance tips for your washer

Many owner's manuals suggest occasionally sanitizing the interior of your washer to help prevent the spread of illness among family members. This is particularly important whenever children are suffering from communicable diseases, or when there has been exposure to hepatitis, herpes, etc. This sanitizing procedure is also good for periodic freshening and deodorizing of the washer. For the best effectiveness, sanitize the washer immediately prior to washing a load of clothes. Pour 11/2cups of liquid chlorine bleach in the
bleach dispenser and close the lid. Use a warm rinse, normal agitate and 0
spin cycle, and set the water level selector at small load. Run the washer through the shortest wash cycle on the selector knob. The washer will fill with water, dispense the chlorine bleach, agitate and spin the water out, leaving the washer clean and sanitized. Even when you do not sanitize the machine, it will increase longevity of the appliance if you use a soft, dry cloth to gently wipe dry all interior surfaces at the end of each laundry day. Leave the lid tip for at least an hour, to let the inside air dry and freshen.

To improve the quality of washing with non-phosphate detergents, pretreat stains and grease spots before loading clothes into the machine, use soft water, and use the hottest water permitted for the fabric. Be sure to use enough detergent, and dissolve non-phosphate detergents in water before adding to a load of clothes. Never pour the detergent directly on any clothing.
The so-called all-purpose detergents wash dirt out of clothing, and can be used for soaking, pre-washes, as well as the actual washing. Be sure to read instructions that come with the package before using any detergent.
In soft water, any detergent or soap may be used.

Soft water generally means that a lesser amount of cleaner is required to wash clothes completely. In hard water, soap forms ascum. For this reason, use detergents if your water tests hard. Soap should only be used if you also add a water conditioner such as Calgon or Spring Rain to the wash water.

At the end of the cycle, be sure to thoroughly wipe out the interior of the tub and the enamel exterior surfaces with a clean, damp cloth.

Then as a safety step, be sure that all switches are off. (You can also lengthen the life of the hoses and valves by shutting off the water at the faucets.)

All of the above tips are for informational purposes only. For your safety, we strongly encourage any washer repairs to be performed only by a certified technician. Our technician's are available at:

866 876-3188