We repair all brands washers in Spokane, WA such as Kenmore washers,
Whirlpool washers, GE washers, Maytag washers, Amana washers and
many more. (view the complete brands
list we work on). We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
and there is no extra charge for the weekend or night Spokane, WA washer
repair appointments. Our service call is Free with the repair and
all the work is guaranteed for 1 year.
We provide washer repair to all Spokane, WA zip codes and
surrounding cities. The following areas correspond to our Appliance
Coeur D Alene
Nine Mile Falls
City of Spokane Valley
View the list of our service areas
for Spokane, WA washer repair.
We repair all brands washers
O'Keefe and Merritt
And many more washers that we repair in Spokane, WA brands view the full list
We have been in Spokane, WA washer repair business for eight years.
Take a look at what some of our previous clients have
had to say about us. For immediate Spokane, WA washer repair service
call us 24/7 out our toll free number:
You can also can contact us by the email
for your Spokane, WA washer repair appointment. Just send us your name,
a brief description of the washer problem and your contact information.
Please read these preventative and easy-to-repair tips.
However if your washer problem cannot be resolved with our easy
tips, consider calling us for an wasger repair appointment. We will
be happy to help.
CLOTHES WASHER REPAIR HELP
To understand how an automatic clothes washer operates, you must
familiarize yourself with the function of three basic components:
the timer, the motor, and the solenoid.
A washer timer is nothing more than a group of switches that turn
electrical components on and off. These switches are moved by a
cam which is rotated by the timer's motor drive. Timer motors are
called synchronous because they are timed to the unvarying cycles
of current in the power supply. It is not possible to use the synchronous
motor's movement without modification, however. The washer motor's
movement is relatively slow, too slow to handle the number of contacts
that must be sequenced or opened and closed together. Therefore,
an escapement mechanism is attached to the synchronous motor. Though
nothing more than a gear train with a spring mechanism, the escapement
mechanism moves the timer cam in jerks rather than in a slow smooth
movement. The jerking action causes the contacts to open and close
rapidly, increasing their life and providing proper sequencing.
The second primary component is the washer motor. Usually a split-phase
or capacitor type, the washer motor is generally reversible. The
washer design utilizes a special spring in the transmission to turn
the washer motor in one direction for agitation and in the reverse
direction for the washer spin cycle.
The third essential component is the washer solenoid. A solenoid
is a coil of wire, formed to concentrate the magnetic force that
surrounds individual wires when current flows through them. Depending
upon the type and size of the windings and the amount of current
involved, the magnetic force exerted can be quite strong. The washer
solenoid uses this force to move an armature or plunger. In this
way, the washer solenoid transforms electrical energy to mechanical
motion. Solenoids can control many phases of Appliance operation,
and they are used for several different purposes in automatic washers.
If you need professional assistance for your Spokane, WA washer repair
needs, call us 24/7:
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To do so, please specify your name, address and a brief nature of
the washer problem. Once we receive your request we will contact
you as soon as possible for your Spokane, WA washer repair appointment.