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If you are having an issue with your washer-such as it's leaking or doesn't drain the water-or if you have any other issues with your washer, you need professional help from a repair technician. Please call our Las Vegas Washer Repair toll free number and we will set up an appointment to get your washer back to optimum shape.
Simply call us at our Las Vegas Washer Repair toll free number to schedule your same-day washer repair:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
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Or contact us by email at: email@example.com Please include your name, contact information and a brief explanation of the washer problem that needs to be repaired. Once we receive the email, we will contact you immediately to schedule your appointment with Las Vegas Washer Repair.
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Our washer repairs service area includes all of Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. Please view the list of areas that we service below. If you do not see your area listed, please contact us to find out if we are able to provide you with washer repair services:
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Please read the following educational information in order to learn how to extend the life of your washer, as well as how to save energy-and money on your utility bills-by using your washer in the most efficient way. Please remember that this information is offered for educational purposes only and it is not suggested that you do washer repairs yourself. Since washer repairs require experience and professional training, it can be extremely dangerous if you do not have this experience or training. In addition, repairs to gas and electric systems are especially dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience needed. For experienced, professional help from a trained washer repair technician call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
Clothes washer how it works
Washer Agitate Cycle
The washer motor and belt run constantly. The agitate solenoid activates and the "wigwag' oscillates back Pushes its cam bar forward back and forth constantly. The bar ramp drops the plunger, shifting the washer transmission to 'agitate"
Washer Spin Cycle
At the end of the washer spin cycle, the spin solenoid releases its cam bar, which moves forward. The cam ramp forces the clutch yoke and shaft back up, releasing the clutch and stopping the basket. The cam bar ramp allows springs to pull the clutch shaft and yoke down. The clutch lining engages the clutch pulley and begins spinning the basket shaft. The spin solenoid actuates and polls the spin cam bar
Before Calling for Washer repair Help
If the washing won't start:
Check the circuit breaker in the service panel. Flip the breaker off, then on again.
If the breaker is on, check to see if the cord has become unplugged.
Check the washer lid switch under the lid. If you have a test meter, unplug the washer, remove the screws at the front of the console, and tilt it back. Disconnect the plug leading to the lid switch, and read the resistance between the contacts as you depresses the switch
If the washer is taking much longer to fill than it used to:
Check to see if someone has turned off the water supply.
Remove the washer fill hoses, one at a time, and check that each has strong flow.
Check the inlet screens (inside where the hoses connect to the machine) to see if they are clogged. They are easily removed. Brush away loose material with a toothbrush. Mineral deposits can be dissolved by soaking the screens overnight in vinegar.
If the clothes washer is "walking" during a wash, the machine is overloaded, or one of the leveling feet needs to be adjusted. Adjust the one that is not making solid floor contact using an adjustable wrench
H E L P F U L WASHER H I N T
How to Load a Washer
Proper washer loading is essential for the most efficient use of a washing machine. Put in the detergent first, the clothes next, and then add the water. If you put in the detergent first, the detergent becomes submerged by the fill water and promptly dissolves. On the other hand, if detergent is dumped on top of clothes, it remains oil the clothes in a dissolved or partially dissolved state until agitation starts, causing fading or streaking. Load the clothing loosely in the machine until clothes come to just below the top of the agitator. If a washing machine is overloaded, the speed at which the basket spins may be reduced, thus decreasing the amount of water extracted during the spin cycle. These abnormally wet a clothes will impose an unnecessary burden oil your clothes dryer.
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