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Best professional washer dryer repair near Washington Dc


Best affordable  washer dryer repair near Washington Dc

We repair all models and brands of washer dryer in Washington DC and the surrounding cities regardless of the age of the washer or dryer.

Washer repair near Washington DC

We repair all models and brands of washers in Washington Dc and the surrounding cities regardless of the age of the washer. If you have a leaking washer or the washer is not draining the water or for any other problems with your washer, we are ready to help. Just call our local number and let us do the rest in order to bring your washer back to normal working condition.  same-day washer repairs. Call Now




Your washer discharges a small quantity of water on the floor after each use.

A small quantity of water on the floor indicates that the washer may need it new water-level switch. (A significant quantity of water probably would be caused by a worn-out water pump.

To find the source of the leak, do the following:

1. Disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet and move the machine away from the wall.

2. Open the control panel. Look for the part to which the hose is attached. This component is the water-level switch and overflow hose. The water-level switch is supposed to turn off the water-intake valve when the water in the basket reaches a preset level. If the water-level switch is maladjusted, and the water in the basket is going higher than it should, the excess is being expelled out of the basket to rough the overflow hose to the floor.

3. Test the water-level switch by placing a receptacle on the floor under the overflow hose that is connected to the water-level switch. Turn on the washer. If water appears in the receptacle, it confirms that the leak is coming from the overflow hose. Either replace the water-level switch or keep the receptacle in place to save yourself the cost of a new switch. Remember to empty it periodical!}.


PROBLEM: The basket of your washer is coated with black stains.

A black coating on the surface of a washer basket indicates that your water is high in manganese. This condition affects well water in particular, since water utility usually filter objectionably high levels of minerals at the pumping station. Although manganese is not harmful  the results residue can stain your clothes. If your water comes from a well has it tested. If manganese levels are high install a filtering system to reduce the amount of the mineral in the water. In the meantime if washing the surface of the basket with soap and water doesn’t remove the stains washing it with straight vinegar. If vinegar doesn’t do the job, buy a container of acetic acid from a hardware or home supply store. Mix one part of the chemical with four parts of water. If the residue is particularly heavy, mix two parts of the acid with two parts of water. Put on rubber gloves and goggles and wash the basket with the solution. Whichever of the cleaning steps you try use only rags to apply the cleaning solution. Do not use an abrasive material, such as steel wool, which could damage the porcelain. When stains are gone, toss two tablespoons of baking soda into the appliance and run it, empty, through a complete cycle.

 professional dryer repair service near Washington DC

We repair all models and brands of dryers in Washington and the surrounding cities regardless of the age of the dryer. If you have a noisy dryer or the dryer is not drying the clothes completely or for any other problems with your dryer, we are ready to help. Just call our local number and let us do the rest in order to bring your dryer back to normal working condition. You can reach us 7 days a week at our local number for same-day dryer repairs in Washington Dc



PROBLEM: The dryer takes an excessive amount of time to dry clothes.

Many clothes dryers have a seal around the door opening to keep the heat in. This seal can crack, causing an increase in drying time.

To make the repair, do the following:

1. Loosen the screws around the door opening. Pull off the defective seal.

2. Get a new seal of the same design at an appliance parts store. (You will need the make and model number of the dryer)

3. Spray the new seal with silicone or dip it in soapy water to make it more pliable.

4. Insert the seal into the groove at the top of the door opening. Then press it into place all around the opening using a putty knife, if necessary or a screwdriver with a dull, worn-out tip. Don’t, press down too hard.

5. Tighten loosened screws


PROBLEM: Your electric dryer won’t stop running.

An electronically controlled clothes dryer uses sensors embedded in the drum to monitor the moisture in clothes and to determine when the clothes are dry. The sensors transmit a signal to the electronic control unit (or processor), which then orders the dryer motor t3 itself off.

Fabric softeners sprayed on clothes static-electricity strips tossed in the dryer with clothes, can coat the sensors. This coat impedes their ability to monitor moisture resulting in a dryer that keeps running even if the clothes are dry. (Another reason for excessive drying time, of course, is a clogged lint screen. Make sure your lint screen is clean each time you use the dryer.)

Before calling a technician to service the unit, do the following:

1. Wash the lint screen in hot water until water flows freely through the mesh.

2. Mix dishwashing liquid detergent or washing machine detergent, with hot water the hotter the better. (Wear rubber gloves to keep from burning your hands.)

3. Dip a swatch of terry cloth in the solution and wash the baffles (the raised projections) on the drum, which usually hold the sensors. Important: Do not clean baffles with any abrasive material. This will damage the sensors. Dry a load of clothes to determine whether this treatment has had an effect. If not, the reason for the extended drying period is probably a defective electronic component, and you will have to call in a service technician.

Affordable refrigerator repair service near Washington Dc

We repair all models and brands of refrigerators in Washington and the surrounding cities regardless of the age of the refrigerator. If you have a leaking refrigerator or the refrigerator is not keeping the food cold enough or for any other problems with your refrigerator, we are ready to help. Just call our local number and let us do the rest in order to bring your refrigerator back to normal working condition.

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A company that can fix both an AC and a dryer issue in the same visit, and be honest about the services needed?!?! Yes, it does exist.Lassaad came to take a look at an AC line issue that had previously shut down my system. The HVAC specialist from another company quoted me a $3,000 plus repair to replace all of the lines, but Lassaad showed me where it was only a vinyl line that was clogging, and did cleaning to clear it out. I appreciate that he took the time to show me what the issue was, and the visible before-and-after was quite noticeable--haven't had an issue since!He then took a look at my washer and found where a part was broken. He had the replacement part in his vehicle and was able to repair it in about a half hour.A few weeks later, the drum was making a horrible noise during the spin cycle, so I called Lassaad again. He was flexible accommodating a last-minute schedule change, and gracious when I was a few minutes late meeting him for my appointment window when I got held up in traffic during a heavy downpour. He checked the spin cycle, and diagnosed that it was working fine and that the likely culprit was overloading the machine. Guilty as charged--I put too many towels in my tiny washer. Next two loads didn't have any issue. He wouldn't even let me pay him for his time, even though I tried twice.Will definitely use DC Appliance Repair Service in the future--highly recommend!
Gail B.
"Our pilot wouldn't light during a cold freeze. It isn't unusual to have the pilot go out but it was awful not being able to get it lit again. We might as well have been sleeping outside. Hubby checked Yelp for businesses near us.Even just having a conversation on the phone, we felt that we were getting honest information. When the problem was bigger than expected, more parts were ordered. The parts arrived in less than 2 days. Our appliances are old. We were thrilled that replacement parts were found.I decided that I wasn't bothered when work calls were answered while my pilot was being fixed. After all, our first SOS call was probably answered while another customer was getting something repaired.When the pilot was causing issues and I was paranoid about the house exploding when I smelled gas, three visits were made in one day. We have heat. The pilot was replaced and new equipment was used only when needed. I didn't feel overcharged.Our washing machine stopped working and that was also repaired on one of the visits to salvage our heater.You might have to make a reminder call to ask about the status of a part, but that seems due to this company having so much work that phone calls are a luxury.I'm happy that we found an honest person who knows a lot of things about household repairs..
Gail B.
Excellent service. Our dryer would turn on, but the drum would not tumble. I called mid-day Friday and they were able to come out the next day. The repair shop I used before said they would be unable to come out until early in the next week, so I jumped at next day service. I was given a time frame of 1-4 pm, and received a call at 3 that they were on their way. I had gone out to purchase a dryer belt since I suspected that was the issue, and when they came it was confirmed that the belt was itself nearly broken. Fortunately with new dryer belt in hand he was able to make a quick fix. Everything was a breeze and I definitely recommend.t.
Rob K.


washer /dryer repair can cost about $99 to $500, depending on the damage. Smaller repairs will be a bit lower. The repair costs will vary from one contractor to another depending on different factors including the extent of the damage and the kind of contractor hired

On average, you can expect your electric dryer to last 13 years, these days, and your gas dryer to last 15.

That’s an easy one – unless your washing machine is over 15 years old, you should always move in favor of a repair, rather than a replacement. … washers should usually last you around 10 to 15 years, so if your washer is over 15 years old, now could be an appropriate time to consider a full washing machine replacement.

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