Washer Services

Washer Services are endless Washing machine plays a vital role in our daily life because it has made washing clothes simpler and more comfortable. Machine washing is a quick and efficient way to keep your clothes clean and fresh. It saves time and energy, extends the life of your clothes, and gives a more thorough cleaning than hand washing. 

No matter which model or brand washer machine you choose, follow our advice for maintenance tips and more ways to help your appliance stand in perfect working condition over time. Anyway, you can always get Professional Washer Services from our company. 

Just call and book your next Washer Service with us at +1 832-500-4679

Washer Repair Services In The Greater Houston Area

    Multiple indicators that something is wrong with your washing machine.   Our Washer Services Department has identified the most common problems with washing machines. 

     Some of these indicators could be:

  • The washer will not start.

  • The washer is not spinning.

  • The washer is not draining.

  • The washer makes loud noises during operation.

  • The washer shakes a lot and will move across the floor.

  • The washer needs to fill the washer up with water.

  • The washer is leaking water.

  • The digital display shows an error code. 

Common Washer Machine Problems and Solutions

First: Washer Machine is Leaking

The water around your washing machine can have a variety of causes. Let’s start with the most straightforward fix, a loose water hose connection between the washer and the wall. The hose can loosen due to the constant vibrations from washing machine cycles. If you suspect your leaking washing machine results from a loose hose connection, all you have to do to fix it is tighten the hose. 

The washers or seals may also be worn out if that’s not the issue. 

To check hoses, disconnect your washer machine from the power source and either open the cabinet or unscrew the access panel from the back. The inside of a washer has many internal hoses, so check each for any signs of damage that could be causing the leak. If you find a damaged hose, you must replace it.

Finally, it could be a broken drain hose. Cracking, abrasions, and other damage happen to hoses over time. Hoses typically last about five years before needing to be replaced by our technicians from Washer Services Department or by yourself.

Secondly: Washer Machine Is Noisy

Washer Services and repair suggestions, if you have vibration problems, are common. Loud noises could mean something is bouncing around, for example, coins from the pocket of a pair of socks. Usually, these items will fall into the sump hose or filter, making them easy to remove. Other times, they stay in the drum, rattling around with each washer cycle. 

If the items are in the drum, slowly turn the drum until the object falls into the hose or filter, where it can then be removed.

If a trapped object is not the cause of the problem, the drum may be damaged, or there may be a faulty motor. A professional technician from Washer Service Department will need to fix these problems for you; ultimately, it may be in your best interest to purchase a new washing machine. 

Thirdly: Washer Machine Moves or Shakes 

It’s not unusual for a washing machine to move about a bit during a wash cycle. However, if it bounces around loudly, there could be another issue. It simply means the washing machine isn’t level on the ground. Can you adjust the legs to set up the device correctly? 

If the problem only presents itself sometimes, it could mean you have an unbalanced or heavy load. When it’s vibrating noisily, stop the machine cycle and open it up to see if there are more clothes on one side of the drum. If that’s the problem, move the clothes around and try to spread them. 

You may have faulty suspension rods if the problem is not leveling or load size. Sometimes they become disconnected, which can cause your washing machine to bounce around. A technician can easily replace them.

Fourthly: Washer Machine Won’t Spin

If your washing machine won’t spin, it’s overloaded with too many items. Overloading the appliance can stop it from turning, so try removing some items. You may have a blocked drain pump if that’s not the issue. This can happen when something gets stuck in the outlet pipe, which stops water flow in and out of the machine. 

If an unbalanced load or blockage is not the cause, there may be a faulty internal component, such as the motor or the control board. The technician from Washer Service Department can fix these components or replace them. 

Fifthly: Washer Machine Won’t Fill with Water

 First, could you check the water hoses? These may stop the flow of water, or there could be a blockage inside that needs to be removed. 

If the washer machine is humming but not filling with water, this indicates that it is trying to take water in but can’t, so check the taps. These can sometimes get clogged with dirt preventing water flow through the hose. To fix the problem, turn the taps off to clean them. If the hot tap is blocked, you’ll have to drain the hot water tank first. Could you do this by disconnecting the hose and turning the tap on until emptying the tank?

If you are getting a water flow through your hose, but your washer still needs to fill with water, the problem could be with your water valve or connectivity. Could you call us, and we will fix this problem?

Sixthly: Washer Machine Won’t Drain

In this case, you may have a blockage in the washer machine’s draining system. A blocked washing machine drain pipe is typically the result of soap residue buildup, leftover dryer lint, items from pockets (paper tissues, coins), or grease, oils, and others. 

First, could you check the filter? Could you call us, and we will fix this problem? The filter is usually located at the front of the washer machine and can be twisted out. Could you remove any blockages you find? Next, you’ll want to check the hoses to see if the filter is free from blockages. To do this, you’ll first want to drain the washer manually. Then disconnect the power and hoses, check the hoses for any blockages, and remove any you find. 

If your washer machine still doesn’t drain, you may need to clear debris from your laundry drain manually. To do this, remove the unit’s drainage pipe, usually located on the back, and disconnect it. Once you have disconnected this drain hose, you should be able to snake the hose like you would any other drain fixture.

Finally, could you set your washer machine on a short wash cycle? If the block has been successfully cleared, you are an excellent technician! If it does, the union must be removed entirely, or a more severe issue will require a professional technician. 

Seventhly, the Washer Smells Bad 

This issue often occurs when only cold washes are performed. First, try a cycle with hot water. If it doesn’t go, try taking it for a spin with this safe mixture of ingredients:

  • ¼ cup of baking soda
  • ¼ cup of water
  • 2 cups of white vinegar

Please put it in your washer machine’s detergent draw and then run a cycle on a high heat temperature.

If the smell is still, could you check the filter on your washer machine? The drain trap filter can contain a lot of buildup from debris from your clothes. 

Eighthly: Washer Is Ruining the Clothing

One of the easiest things you can do to avoid holes in clothes during the washing and drying cycles is to do better sorting clothes before you wash them. That means never washing a delicate item with heavy jeans or dresses with zippers and studs. Instead, use the washer bags for lace and silky fabrics.

You should also check the spin cycle speeds. If you’re using a cycle with a final spin that is too high for the type of fabric you are washing, it can be a main problem.

Lastly, overloading the washing machine can damage clothing. Remember it. 

Lastly, Washer Machine Won’t Turn On

Usually, the main problem can be the power source. It may need to be reset. Or replace the control board with Washer Service Technicians. 


Brands Washer Machines we are working

  • Whirlpool
  • GE
  • Kenmore
  • Samsung
  • Maytag
  • Miele
  • Bosch
  • Frigidaire
  • Haier
  • Indesit
  • AEG
  • Admiral 
  • Siemens
  • Broan
  • Amana
  • Asko
  • Ariston
  • Brendt
  • Beko
  • Blomberg
  • Dyson
  • Electrolux
  • Fisher&Paykel
  • Hoover
  • Hotpoint
  • Hitachi 
  • Zanussi
  • Panasonic
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