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Same-Day Washer Repair
Got a broken washer and a pile of laundry? Don’t fret, we will fix your washer today! Max Appliance Repair offers same-day washer repair services for all washer brands throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
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Affordable Same Day washer Repairs
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Most common WASHER problems
With extensive experience in fixing different washer models and brands, we’re your go-to solution for washer repair in Toronto. We have a strong history of resolving a variety of washer issues, demonstrating our ability to handle any problem your washer may face. In addition to repairs, we also offer professional washer installation to ensure your new appliance is set up correctly. Here are some common washer problems we’ve effectively dealt with:
- WASHER IS NOT STARTING
- WASHER IS NOT SPINNING
- WASHER IS NOT DRAINING
- WASHER IS LEAKING
- WASHER MAKING STRANGE NOISES
- WASHER DOOR NOT CLOSING
- WASHER IS LOUD WHEN SPINNING
- WASHER IS SHAKING
- WASHER IS NOT RINSING
- WASHER IS SMOKING
- WASHER IS SQUEAKING
- WASHER IS STAINING MY CLOTHES
- WASHER CYCLE NOT COMPLETING
- WASHER OVERFLOWS
- WASHER DISPLAYING ERROR CODES
- WASHER NOT FILLING WITH WATER
- WASHER CONTROL PANEL NOT RESPONDING
- WASHER DETERGENT DISPENSER NOT OPENING
- WASHER LEAVING CLOTHES TOO WET AFTER CYCLE
- WASHER CAUSING WATER DAMAGE OR LEAKS
- WASHER DRUM NOT TURNING/OFF BALANCE
- WASHER SMELLS BAD OR DEVELOPING MOULD
- WASHER NOT USING RIGHT WATER TEMPERATURE
- WASHER LEAVING RESIDUE ON CLOTHES
- WASHER IS NOT TURNING ON
Types of Washers we repair
Top-load Washer Repair
Did your top-load washer break down? We offer same-day top-load washer repair services that will make sure your top-load washer continues to work efficiently and effectively. Our team of experienced technicians are available all across the Greater Toronto Area and have the skills to fix top-load washers of all makes and models.
Front-load Washer Repair
Suspecting a faulty front load washer? Worry not, we offer same-day front-load washer repair services throughout the entire GTA. Our friendly technicians are highly experienced in repairing front-load washers from all major brands so you can be rest assured that the job will be done correctly. Get in touch today and let us take care of all your front-load washer repair needs!
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Tired of searching for the right repair company? Look no further! Max Appliance Repair offers reliable and affordable solutions to ensure the job gets done right in first go!
FAMILY OWNED Appliance Repair Company
Opting for a family-owned appliance repair company like us means choosing a service that values you as an individual, not just another customer. Our commitment to family values translates into a personalized approach, where your unique needs and concerns are our top priority.
With us, you’re not just a client; you’re an extended member of our family, and we aim to make your experience with us warm, welcoming, and hassle-free. Our dedication to exceptional customer service and trustworthy reliable repairs sets us apart making us a go-to choice for appliance repairs in the Greater Toronto Area.
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frequently asked questions
Deciding whether it’s worth repairing a washing machine depends on several factors. Firstly, consider the age of your washing machine. If it’s relatively new and the repair cost is reasonable, fixing it can be a cost-effective choice. Additionally, assess the extent of the problem. Minor issues like a clogged filter or a faulty switch are often worth repairing. On the other hand, if your washing machine has significant and frequent breakdowns, investing in a new, more energy-efficient model might be a better long-term solution. It’s essential to weigh the repair cost against the price of a new machine, potential energy savings, and the convenience of having a reliable appliance.
The decision to repair or replace a washer depends on various factors. In many cases, repairing a washer can be more cost-effective than buying a new one, especially if the issue is minor or if the appliance is relatively new. However, if your washer is old and experiences frequent breakdowns, investing in a new, energy-efficient model might be a better long-term solution. It’s essential to weigh the repair cost against the price of a new washer, potential energy savings, and the convenience of having a reliable appliance. Consulting with a professional technician can help you make an informed decision tailored to your specific situation.
The ease of fixing a washer depends on the nature of the problem and your level of experience with appliance repair. Some washer issues, such as clogged filters or minor leaks, can be relatively simple to address if you have basic DIY skills. However, more complex problems, such as motor or transmission issues, may require specialized knowledge and tools. Attempting to fix these issues without the necessary expertise can lead to further damage. For complicated or critical repairs, it’s often safer and more efficient to seek the assistance of a professional appliance repair technician who can diagnose and fix the problem correctly.
As a homeowner, it is crucial to be able to perform minor troubleshooting and repairs on your washing machine. Knowing how to perform basic tasks such as resetting the unit, replacing parts, checking the hoses and more can save you time and money.
Checking the Hoses
The first thing you should do when troubleshooting your washing machine checks the hoses. If your washer isn’t filling up with water or draining properly, the most likely culprit is a clogged hose. To check the hoses, start by unplugging the washer and turning off the water supply. Next, remove both washer hoses from their connections at either side of the washer and check inside each hose for blockages or signs of wear and tear. If you find any problems with either hose, replace them with new ones.
If your washing machine is not draining or spinning correctly due to a faulty part or component, you should replace it. To do this, start by unplugging your unit from its power source and turning off the water supply. Following that, refer to your owner’s manual for instructions on removing different components like belts, bearings and other internal parts that may need replacing. If you don’t have an owner’s manual handy, search online for information about your specific washing machine model before attempting any repairs or replacements yourself. Still if you are not comfortable with it, then give us a call for washer repairs and replacements.
Resetting Your Washer
If all else fails, try resetting your washing machine by unplugging it from its power source for at least one minute before plugging it back in again. This will force a reboot of sorts and should help resolve any issues caused by frozen software or hardware glitches in some cases. Before doing so, however, ensure that all connections are secured firmly in place and no hoses are blocked or damaged in any way. In any other case, restarting could cause further damage!
Washing machines are essential appliances in our homes, yet they can become finicky over time if not properly maintained. Fortunately, homeowners can take some simple steps when troubleshooting their washing machines including checking hoses for blockages, replacing faulty parts and resetting their machines if necessary. When it comes to troubleshooting your washer, it’s important to not take any chances. If you feel like your washing machine is in need of professional repair, contact us or call us at (647) 477-0946 to get your washing machine repaired.
Common Washing Machine Problems
Nobody likes the idea of washing all their laundry by hand or making regular trips to the laundromat, which is why it’s so important to keep your washer in top shape. Of course, no matter how often you clean and care for your washer, there are some parts that will eventually need to be replaced due to wear and tear. Here are some common problems that you are most likely to encounter at some point.
Not Turning on
If your washer does not turn on , you should check your power supply and the outlet. Check your fuses and test the outlet by plugging in a small appliance like a hairdryer. If there is no trouble with your power supply or plug, then the issue could be something electrical within the washer itself. Alternatively, you may not have shut the door properly or the sensor on the door could be faulty. This door sensor ensures that the washer does not turn on if the door is open. A faulty sensor could mean that your washer “thinks” the door is open when it is really shut.
If your washing machine turns on and the tub fills with water but it does not turn, this could also indicate an issue with the door. Check to make sure that the door is completely shut and that there is no issue with the sensor. Your washer could also be in the middle of the soak cycle. What this means is that the washer will fill up with water and your laundry will soak before the washer drum starts turning. If the washer is full but you hear a humming noise, this could indicate a problem with the pump or there could be a blockage somewhere. A faulty motor could also result in the washer not spinning.
If your washing machine fills with water but does not drain, you might want to check the hoses and tubes before calling a professional. Kinks in the tubes can stop water from flowing out. If the drain line is clogged, this will also cause problems. If the tubes need to be replaced, make sure that you get the correct diameter. If they are too narrow, it will make it even more difficult for water to flow out of the drum. Other possible causes for this problem include motor issues, problems with the pump, or worn belts.
Wash Cycles not Completed
The control panel on your washer is kind of like the brains of the operation. So, if the washer starts a cycle but the cycle is not completed, it could be due to a control panel fault. Before replacing any electronics, however, it’s important to figure out which stage of the wash cycle is causing problems and this could provide more insight into the cause of the problem. For example, if the machine is not draining, it might have nothing to do with the control panel and it could be a blockage or similar problem.
Leaks are quite obvious and you will notice this problem immediately. Leaks can occur if you use too much soap, if the pipes or tubes are broken, or if the door seals are worn. Corrosion inside the washer itself can also cause unexpected leaks.
No matter the problem, when it comes to your washer it’s always important to get a professional involved. These appliances can be tricky to diagnose without the right experience and tools.
Yes, most of our repair services are under warranty for up to 3 months.
We offer same-day services so that your washer can be diagnosed and repaired the day of.
We offer extremely competitive prices. However, the cost of each individual repair varies based on the repair, as well as the time and parts required to complete the job.
Yes, all of our technicians are both licensed and certified.
We have some spare parts on hand that may work for your repair. In the event that we need to order a new part, it will take up to a few weeks depending on the part. We encourage you to speak to our team to get a more accurate timeline for your specific part.