Washer Repair in Long Beach


At Max Global Appliance Repair, we understand the importance of having a functional washing machine in your home. That's why we offer top-quality washer repair services in Long Beach and the surrounding areas.

Our team of skilled technicians has the experience and expertise to diagnose and repair a wide range of washer problems, from minor issues to major malfunctions. We work with all major brands and models of washing machines, including top-loaders, front-loaders, and high-efficiency machines. Our technicians come equipped with the necessary tools and replacement parts to complete most repairs on the spot, so you can get back to your routine as soon as possible.

If you're experiencing issues with your washer, don't hesitate to contact Max Global Appliance Repair for reliable and affordable washer repair services in Long Beach.

Common Washer Problems

Here are some of the most common problems that can occur with a washing machine:

Won't start: If the washer won't start, check the power cord, circuit breaker, and door latch to ensure everything is properly connected and functioning.

Not spinning: If the washer fills and agitates but does not spin, the motor coupler or drive belt may be broken. This can also be caused by a faulty lid switch or malfunctioning timer.

Leaking water: A leaky washing machine can be caused by a variety of factors, such as a damaged door seal, worn-out hoses, or a malfunctioning water inlet valve.

Overflows or doesn't fill: If the washing machine overflows or doesn't fill, there may be a problem with the water level pressure switch, the water inlet valve, or the hose that connects them.

Excessive noise or vibration: A washer that makes excessive noise or vibrates excessively can be caused by a worn-out drum bearing, faulty motor, or improper leveling.

Foul odor: A musty or foul odor coming from the washing machine can be caused by a buildup of detergent, fabric softener, and other residues. This can be resolved by running the washer on the hottest cycle with vinegar and baking soda.

Not draining: If the washer is not draining, there may be a problem with the drain pump or clogged drainage hoses.

If you experience any of these problems with your washer, it is recommended to seek the help of a professional appliance repair service to properly diagnose and fix the issue.

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