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Terms to Know About Washing Machines and Dryers Service and Repair

Although they may have started out in the 1930s as luxury appliances, today it is hard to imagine life without a washing machine and dryer. Washers and dryers have become indispensable for keeping clothes clean and hygienic. Unfortunately, like with all appliances, washers and dryers need repairs. You can avoid costly repairs by keeping an eye on your drain, hoses and ducts so you can catch any problems before they become serious. By using your owner’s manual you may be able to fix some problems yourself but be sure to always unplug the machine first and hire a professional for most repairs. Here are some helpful terms to know when you are researching washer and dryer repairs.

  • Maintenance – Basic maintenance includes cleaning lint from your dryer, installing new hoses and more. These tasks can be done by a professional or by yourself if you are feeling handy.
  • Agitator – The agitator is the large piece in the middle of a washer that spins your clothes during a cycle.
  • Lint – Lint is a word for the small pieces of clothing that come off in the dryer. There is a lint screen in every dryer that must be cleaned out after each cycle to avoid fires.
  • Temperature – Washers need to maintain specified temperatures to ensure a proper washing of your clothes. If you believe your temperature control is off this will need to be repaired.
  • Warranty - Many brands offer a warranty on their products which covers repairs for a certain period of time for free or at a discounted price.
  • Leak – Leaks are easy to spot because they result in a pool of water around your washer. Leaks can originate from faulty hoses or valves.
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    Ted's Appliances
    2425 E Cork St, Kalamazoo, MI 49001
    In addition to our reconditioned inventory, Ted's Appliance also specializes in repair of your existing items. We have a huge parts inventory so we can service your appliance quickly and expertly.
    (269) 382-1540
    Keeter's Appliance Repair
    1432 Miami Rd, Benton Harbor, MI 49022
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    (269) 925-1063
    User Review: "I called this morning on my washer and they were out no more than 5 hours later and had it fixed on the spot before they..."
    Reliable Refrigeration-Appliance Repair
    199 Capital Ave Sw, Battle Creek, MI 49037
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    (269) 962-1215
    User Review: "Nice people to deal with friendly. They know what they are doing"
    Matt's Appliance Service
    281 Po Box, North Webster, IN 46555
    (574) 834-7400
    Paul's Service
    55 W State St, Huntington, IN 46750
    (260) 356-0489
    AAA Appliance Service Co
    11868 Lincolnway, Osceola, IN 46561
    (574) 679-4981
    Rader Larry Refrigeration & Appliance Service
    341 Riverside Dr, Huntington, IN 46750
    (260) 356-5671
    Bob Miller's Appliance Sales & Service
    2700 S Main St, South Bend, IN 46614
    (574) 291-6000
    Stanley Appliance Service
    1313 Fairfield Dr, Niles, MI 49120
    (269) 683-6081
    Lane Appliance
    Mill Creek, IN 46365
    (574) 289-5263
    AA Appliance Service
    2515 Beethoven Ave, Portage, MI 49024
    (269) 327-9210
    Kaufman's Appliance Repair
    950 Grove St, Defiance, OH 43512
    (419) 782-8340
    AA Appliance Service
    49621 24th St, Mattawan, MI 49071
    (269) 668-3055
    John's Appliance Service
    1121 N High St, Hartford City, IN 47348
    (765) 348-4422
    Ted's Appliances
    514 Columbia Ave W, Battle Creek, MI 49015
    (269) 963-0607

    Since the days of washboards and ringers, keeping clothes clean is a major part of ordinary household chores and duties. When appliances became affordable for the average family, less time had to be dedicated to this task. The average home has a washer and dryer, for those who do not own their own typically have access to a laundry center where they can pay to clean and care for their apparel. Washing machines function in different ways. Typically a large tub automatically fills with either hot or cold water and soap. The clothes are then rotated by a center device. After the water drains, the clothes go through a spin cycle to remove excess moisture. Newer, front loading appliances use a different method of cleaning the clothes and do not have an agitator. These models use a method that spins and drops the articles. Essentially they shake the dirt from the clothes. Front load appliances are popular because these models are energy efficient. Washing machines and dryers need regular maintenance to operate at optimum conditions. Periodically, hoses and valves need to be replaced. Lint must be removed from the dryer trap after each use to prevent a fire. Machines that break may need professional supplies and repair services. Problems with temperature controls and leaks are common complaints. If your machine is still under warranty, the retailer that sold you the appliance may send someone to your home to fix the problem. Keeping your washer and dryer in good condition with regular maintenance will extend its life. Also, seeking quality repair when needed will allow you to use your appliance for as long as possible. Reliable sources for keeping your clothing and linens in good condition are indispensable to many individuals' lifestyles.
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