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We repair all models and brands of washers in San Antonio. When your washer experiences problems such as doesn’t agitate, doesn’t spin, leaks or any other issues, let us take care of it. Our San Antonio washer repair team is available to help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are ready to receive your call at our Toll free number:

210 858-7440

Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts

IMPORTANT: We don’t work on small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We provide repairs only on major appliances such as refrigerators, dryers, washers, stoves, ovens, dishwashers etc.

We repair and service all washer brands such as:

Maytag
Magic Chef
Hotpoint
Montgomery Wards

GE
Jenn Air
Speed Queen
Kenmore

Whirlpool
Kitchen Aid
LG
and more view all brands

Our washer service area includes all of San Antonio and the surrounding cities that are listed below:


San Antonio
Bandera
Boerne
Cibolo
Converse
Fair Oaks

Kelly USA
Kirby
Leon Valley
Live Oak
New Braunfels

Randolph AFB

Schertz
Seguin
Shavano Park
Spring Branch
Universal City

view the rest service areas

If you would like to get more familiar with your washer, please read the information below. We also provide washers energy efficiency tips about how to use and operate your washer, while enjoying the benefits of saving money from future washer repairs and high utility bills. Please note that the information below is for your own educational purposes and we aren’t suggesting tips for doing-it-yourself washer repairs. Repairing and servicing washer units requires knowledge, training and experience. Trying to repair something that you are not familiar with can be costly and, more important, dangerous for your safety. For any washer repairs in San Antonio City call us 24/7 at our toll free line:

210 858-7440

Washer Information

Ever since human beings first wore clothes, women have cleaned those clothes by beating them against rocks along riverbanks. It was hard on clothes and women. The first washer machines, invented in 18th Century England, were muscle-powered contraptions that at least kept hands out of the water part of the time. From that modest beginning, the washer has evolved into a complex washer machine that, once started, fills and empties itself, washes, rinses, spins fabrics damp-dry, regulates water temperature, and adds detergent, bleach and rinse agents on cue all automatically.
This automation has turned the washer into a very complicated appliance, one that can quickly be damaged by unknowledgeable tinkering. (Nor has human operating error been eliminated: when a washer machine damages fabrics one of the most likely causes is overloading.) But there are a few washer repairs: such as replacing a faulty water pump or freeing a clogged water hose, that are simply managed and doing even them yourself washer repairs can save the fees servicemen charge simply for coming to the house.
What goes on in a washing machine?
Turning the washer timer dial (or pushing a button) starts the timer. A clock motor attached to switches that control operation. The washer timer first opens a mixing valve. While the washer tub fills up with hot, warm or cold water, an air-pressure dome senses the increasing water pressure; when it indicates water has reached the preset level, it signals a pressure switch that closes the valve. The washer timer also controls the motor that works the wash-cycle agitator, and then later spins the washer basket to whirl out water.
A washer pump, driven by the same motor, circulates wash water through a lint filter during washing and rinsing. During the spin. The pump pushes water out of the washer (simultaneously cleaning the filter). An off-balance switch stops the washer if an unevenly distributed load causes the tub to wobble, a spin safety switch operates if the lid is raised during the spin cycle.

Please note that this information is for your own educational purposes and we aren’t suggesting tips for doing-it-yourself. Repairing and servicing washer units requires knowledge, training and experience. Trying to fix something that you are not familiar with can be costly and, more important, dangerous for your safety. For any washer repairs in San Antonio City call us 24/7 at our toll free line:

210 858-7440

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