Why It Is Crucial For An Expert To Repair A Broken Appliance In Good Time

Posted on: 10 February 2021

The first thing that people generally do once an appliance breaks down is to try and repair it. DIY appliance fixes sometimes work, especially if the problem is minor and easy to manage. However, complications might arise from the repair process, and trying to fix the problem yourself could do your appliance more harm than good. For example, you can nullify the manufacturer's warranty by interfering with the inner workings of a machine. [Read More]

Washing Machine Banging And Making Noises? What You Can Do

Posted on: 22 May 2020

Your washing machine may not sound silent, but it shouldn't be clanging around or banging when it's running. If your machine is doing these things, there may be a problem. If your machine is banging, there may be something loose, and if you let it go, it could worsen and cause your machine to break even more. If your machine is making noise, you need to investigate the noise. Read on for tips to help you repair your washing machine. [Read More]

Clothing Not Coming Out Clean? Tips To Repair Your Washing Machine

Posted on: 14 January 2020

Your washing machine is supposed to be getting your clothing cleaned and sanitized. If it isn't cleaning your clothing properly, then you're walking around wearing dirty clothing. The washing machine uses soap and water to clean your clothes, so if it isn't cleaning properly then you may have an issue either with the water coming in or the soap dispenser that is supposed to be dispensing the soap to your machine/clothing. [Read More]

Dryer Troubleshooting

Posted on: 29 May 2019

When the dryer is not working, it can be quite a problem to work out what is wrong with it. Fixing it may not be such an issue, but first things first, the diagnosis must be completed. There are a few parts that can fail, including the heating element, the motor, and other smaller parts. There are two main reasons why problems arise: wear and tear and blockages to the lint traps or vents. [Read More]