Reliable Whirlpool appliance repair in toronto & the gta
Whirlpool Appliance Repair
We offer effective and affordable Whirlpool appliance repair services in Toronto and the GTA. Our team of certified technicians can fix any issue you may have with your Whirlpool fridge, oven, range, stove, washer or dryer.
We have worked with various models of Whirlpool appliances for over 15 years. No matter if you own a Whirlpool fridge, oven, stove, or washer, we are the right experts you can trust. We are a local family owned company, so we cherish our established relationship with customers. We take pride in high quality repair services and friendly customer services. We also back up our services with limited warranties to give our customers peace of mind.
As the trusted experts in repairing Whirlpool appliances, we are experienced in diagnosing and fixing any issues you may have. With us, you can rest assured that you are getting the best services at fair rates.
Our experienced Whirlpool appliance repair team has worked with various models of Whirlpool dishwashers. Regardless of the issue, we can fix it for you quickly.
When your dishwasher stops working, our team is just a phone call away. Contact us for same-day dishwasher repairs.
Whirlpool Oven and Range Repairs
If you find any issue with your Whirlpool oven or range, you can trust us to help. We have the right knowledge, experience and expertise to tackle any problem you may have.
Call us forspeedy repairs throughout Toronto and the GTA.
Whirlpool Stove Repairs
We understand the urgency of repairing a faulty stove. Our Whirlpool appliance repair experts are the right people you can trust. We provide effective and affordable repair services for you.
Remember, professional repairs help extend the life of your favourite appliances!
Whirlpool Washer Repairs
We understand the urgency of repairing a faulty washer. That's why we offer same day repair services for Whirlpool washers.
If you notice an electronic fault, water drainage issues or any other problem, call us right away for on-site washer repairs.
Whirlpool Dryer Repairs
Regardless of the issue you may have with your Whirlpool dryer, our expert team can find the problem quickly and get the job done right.
Our team always arrives prepared with tools and a variety of parts to complete repairs during our first visit.
Common Whirlpool Dryer Issues
There are a number of problems that could impact your Whirlpool dryer’s performance. You can attempt to avoid issues with regular maintenance, like cleaning your dryer and emptying your lint trap. That being said, it is sometimes difficult to avoid problems with your dryer, like:
The dryer is not turning on
Whirlpool dryer not getting warm after starting a cycle
Dryer is not spinning after starting a cycle
Dryer is making strange noises or is too noisy
Whirlpool dryer is getting too hot during a cycle
Dryer is vibrating too much
Whirlpool dryer doesn't won't heat up or properly dry clothes
It's recommended that you check your Whirlpool electric supply before calling a technician. If the power supply for your oven is in order, then the problem is best determined by a professional.
Common Whirlpool Washing Machine Issues
When your washer gives you trouble, it can be a very frustrating experience. The idea of cleaning all your clothes manually is a non-starter for most homeowners. Modern washers are known for their many features and, as a result, some of the most common Whirlpools are:
The electronic part of your appliance. In some cases it’s a small part that needs to be replaced and, in other cases, some more significant parts need changing.
Pump problems can prevent water from entering or leaving your washer, and this could mean that you’ll need to get some buckets ready while you wait for the technician
The motor on any washer works particularly hard during every wash cycle and wear and tear in this area can also cause parts to break
Whirlpool washer is not turning on
Washer won’t spin during a cycle
The washer fails to drain
Whirlpool washer is leaking water
Whirlpool washer is vibrating
Washer won't run or stops mid-cycle
Washer smells bad
No matter the problem or make of your washer, Max Appliance Repair will be right over to take care of the issue.
Common Whirlpool Dishwasher Issues
When you notice a fault with your Whirlpool dishwasher, it can be quite unsettling. Just thinking about having to wash dishes by hand is enough to leave anyone feeling frustrated. Modern dishwashers are known for their complex functions and features, which means that the fault could be mechanical or electronic. You can do things like cleaning your dishwasher to help maintain the unit, but that doesn’t mean that issues won’t pop up from time to time. The first thing to remember is to check your water and power supply before calling a technician. If both are working properly, then the fault is most likely with the dishwasher. Here are some common issues that could be negatively impacting your washer:
Problem with the thermostat
The pump is not working properly
Dishwasher motor doesn't work properly
Dishes aren’t coming out clean
The unit is making strange noises
Whirlpool dishwasher is not draining
The Whirlpool dishwasher is leaking
Dishwasher is not turning on
Whirlpool dishwasher doesn't dry dishes
Dishwasher smells bad
Dishwasher doesn't dispense soap
Common Whirlpool Stove Issues
There could be a number of reasons why your Whirlpool stove suddenly stops working as it should. The good news is that our Whirlpool technicians has fixed many of these problems, so you don’t have to resort to DIY repairs. So we invite you to give us a call if your stove is experiencing any of the following problems:
Since your Whirlpool fridge is made up of dozens of components, it’s understandable for various parts to experience wear and tear over time. Usually, there are a collection of common problems that the average fridge will experience. As parts become worn or break, you may notice a change in the performance of your fridge. Here are a few common fridge issues that we can help you with:
The water dispenser is not working properly
Fridge motor has stopped working
The food isn’t cool
Ice isn’t coming out of the ice maker
Fridge is making loud and/or strange noises
Whirlpool Fridge is leaking
Food in your fridge is starting to freeze
There is ice build-up in the freezer
Freezer is not cooling properly
Fridge doors not closing properly
Fresh food compartment warming up
Ice maker overflowing
If you notice any of these faults with your Whirlpool fridge, then it is time to get in touch with our experts. In every case, it is better to address these issues sooner rather than later.
Common Whirlpool Oven Issues
Ovens are pretty durable appliances overall. That being said, it is not immune from small and big issues. You can do things like cleaning your oven regularly and inspecting your oven regularly, but issues will pop up from time to time. Luckily, our Whirlpool technicians are only a phone call away. We can fix any issue with your oven, including:
Temperature regulation issues
Oven won’t turn on
Whirlpool Oven is not cooking meals properly
The door is not aligned properly
The door does not close properly
Whirlpool oven interior light is not working
Oven won't heat to the right temperature
It’s recommended that you check your Whirlpool electric supply before calling a technician. If the power supply for your oven is in order, then the problem is best determined by a professional.
Common Whirlpool Error Codes and their Descriptions
• LOC/LC: Control Lock Activated
On the control panel of the appliance, you will find the Control Lock button that allows you to deactivate the lock by pressing it.
• dET: Detergent Cartridge Not Detected<
Ensure that the detergent dispenser cartridge fits properly in the dispenser drawer and that it is not obstructed by anything that may prevent the drawer from closing completely when it is shut.
• Int: Cycle Was Paused/Canceled
When the washer stops spinning and draining, this error code will appear. To remove this error code, press the power button twice as well as the pause or cancel button twice. If the error code is still displayed, unplug the washer or turn off the power for one minute.
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Max Appliance Repair technicians are available for same-day service throughout Toronto and the GTA.
If you are the proud owner of a Whirlpool oven, you know just how easy they are to use and how rare errors usually are. Of course, just like any home appliance, you cannot expect your oven to run forever without any kind of wear and tear. Especially considering the fact that this appliance reaches very high temperatures. If you notice the F2 error code on your Whirlpool oven, this fault needs to be diagnosed and repaired before you attempt any further use.
What Does the F2 Error Code Mean?
The first step that you need to take is learning what the error means. Each error code is associated with a different problem. In this case, the F2 error code indicates that the oven temperature is too high. Now, this does not necessarily mean that the temperature inside the oven really is too high. The oven control board (clock) is responsible for measuring the resistance of the sensor circuit. It does not measure the actual temperature inside the oven. So, if there is a fault with this part of the appliance, it can result in false readings.
Take a look at the bake and broil relays of the oven. Make sure that everything is still intact and making perfect contact. If there are any loose wires or connections, this could be the reason for the fault. Securing wires back in place requires specialized tools and experience. It’s best not to attempt any DIY repairs of this nature.
The control board could be faulty and, if this is the case, it will need to be replaced in its entirety. Again, this is a delicate process and it’s essential that the correct part is ordered. Your repair technician will be able to supply the correct part and install it for you. Since these parts don’t always come cheap, it’s good to have an expert perform the installation. This way, you will also enjoy a warranty on the work done.
If you have a self-cleaning oven, the door lock could be at fault. All appliances these days have safety mechanisms in place that are designed to keep them running safely and smoothly. When one of these parts becomes worn or damaged, your appliance may no longer work or you will notice an error message on this display screen.
Sensor And Sensor Harness
This is usually best left to the professionals since you need special tools and experience when detecting any faults in this area. The sensor, sensor harness and sensor harness connection at the oven control all need to be checked to make sure that they are intact. You should also check for high resistance in the temperature sensor circuit.
The ice maker in your Whirlpool fridge stops working, it can be both inconvenient and stressful. Fortunately, this kind of problem can usually be fixed fairly quickly. First, we recommend inspecting your appliance for any visible problems as well as making sure that there are no issues with your water or power supply. Remember, our Whirlpool fridge repair experts are available throughout the GTA and we are just a phone call away.
High Freezer Temperature
If the temperature of your freezer is higher than 10 Fahrenheit (-12 Celsius), the ice maker will not prove efficient. You should set the temperature to somewhere between 0 and 5 Fahrenheit or -18 to -15 Celsius. If your freezer is warmer than it should be, you should check the condenser coils and make sure that they are clean. Debris can make it difficult for the freezer to release heat and this causes heat to build up inside instead. The condenser fan should also be checked and, while you’re at it, look for any frost build up on the evaporator coils. If there is frost, the defrost system could be faulty.
Water Inlet Valve
The water inlet valve is electrically-controlled. If it is faulty or if there is not enough pressure, the water will not flow through and this will mean that your ice maker cannot make ice. There should be at least 20 psi (water pressure) for this valve to function. If this is the case, then the power supply to the valve could be the cause. If this is not the case either, you might need a new water inlet valve.
Ice Maker Assembly
The ice maker assembly is made up of several smaller parts. However, many of these parts are not sold separately which means that you might need to replace the entire ice maker assembly. Before you do, however, make sure that this is indeed the problem.
Ice Maker Module
The motor of your ice maker module is responsible for cycling the ice ejector arms or turning the tray to eject the ice. The thermostat detects the temperature and, when it reaches about 15 degrees Fahrenheit, it triggers the release of the cubes and the refill of the tray. Check if your on/off switch is in the on position or check that the bail arm is in the down position. You should also check for any ice that may have become stuck in the ejector blades. A technician can further diagnose other module problems best. Call us today for ice maker repairs!
When you open the fridge, the door switch tells the water dispenser to turn off. If this switch fails, then it will not turn the dispenser back on when the door is closed. Replace this switch and the problem will be resolved.
If the water filter on your fridge is clogged, it can prevent the ice maker from functioning properly. Replace your filter as per the manufacturer’s instructions to avoid this from occurring and to ensure best water quality.
Ice Maker Tray Thermostat
This thermostat monitors the temperature of the ice tray. When it reaches the set temperature, the ice cubes are then ejected. If the thermostat is faulty, your ice maker will no longer produce ice. This is a fault best diagnosed by a professional.
Ice Maker Switch
If your ice maker switch is turned on but your fridge is not making ice, it could be that the switch is faulty. The switch should be tested and, if faulty, replaced.
Ice Not Ejecting
There are several possible causes for ice not ejecting. Firstly, check inside your freezer to make sure that nothing is blocking the control arm of your ice maker. Secondly, it could be due to a faulty motor, gearbox or other electrical connection. You can try manually removing the ice from the tray. Make sure that you unplug your fridge before you do this and monitor the ice maker once you turn it back on. If this does not solve the issue, call a technician for a thorough diagnosis.
Parts like the ice maker in your Whirlpool fridge can be particularly complex and delicate.
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