AAA Appliance Repair Offers Washing Machine Troubleshooting Tips
Washing Machine Malfunctions Can Sometimes Be Diagnosed By Consumers But Repairs Should Be Made By Factory-Trained Technicians
Carpentersville, IL – AAA Appliance Repair CEO James Dolbeare recently spoke about common washing machine problems and offered his advice. The initial diagnosis can often be made by the homeowner he said. For example, suppose the washer fills but won’t start. A simple four step process should be followed. First, determine if the washer is overloaded. Removing some of the clothes to reduce the load might help. Secondly, check if the motor is humming. The drain pump motor might be defective. Thirdly, check for tripped overload protector and reset it. Finally, unjam the drain pump if necessary. For more washing repair tips visit: http://aaasc.com/washing-machine-solutions/
Although the homeowner can often determine the cause of the problem, there comes a point where the complexity of today’s appliances requires the knowledge and experience of a veteran repairman. “Our factory-trained technicians are readily available,” Dolbeare stated. “We service all major brands as well as lesser known brands,” he added. The CEO also mentioned AAA Appliance Repair maintains a vast library of technical manuals to service more than 150 brands of appliances and offers a 1 year parts and labor warranty. For more information on AAA Appliance Repair visit: http://aaaasc.com/
About AAA Appliance Repair: AAA Appliance Repair was established in 1950 and is nationally recognized for its excellence in household, commercial, and biomedical appliance repair.
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