Washer won’t run for some reason. First of all, check if the appliance is plugged into a power source. If so, make sure that the cycle-selection knob is in the right position. If none of this helps, contact us for washer repair.
Washtub is filling too slowly. If low water pressure is not the case, there might be a problem with the hose or water valves. So shut off the unit and take a look if there is anything wrong with these two components.
Appliance won’t agitate. This issue might arise due to a blocked pump, bad lid switch, drive belt and timer to mention a few. For a correct diagnosis, it would be better if you turn to us for washer repair.
Washer won’t drain properly. In most cases, a clogged drain hose is to blame. If you can’t see any visible blocks, there can be a problem with a drain pump. And don’t forget that too much detergent may also lead to poor draining.
Unit is leaking water. This common issue might be caused by numerous factors, such as a broken drain or fill hose, damaged door seal, defective drain pump, or faulty water-inlet valve. If you want to detect the culprit of the problem right, call us for washer repair.
Now that you are aware of these common symptoms, keep an eye on your appliance. Should there be anything wrong, get in touch with Green Wire Appliance Repair!