Washer repairs in Philadelphia. Same
day service 24/7. Call toll-free: 267-283-2045
to Philadelphia Appliance Repair. We are a locally established
appliance repair company specializing in Philadelphia Washer
Repair, Philadelphia Dryer
Repair, Philadelphia Refrigerator
Repair , Philadelphia Dishwasher
Repair, Philadelphia Stove
Repair, Philadelphia Oven Repair,
Repair and Philadelphia Disposal
Repair. Philadelphia Appliance Repair has more to offer than
other local contractors.
- We provide same day Philadelphia County Service 24/7
- Service call free with the appliance repair
- $15 off coupon online
- Philadelphia Certified Technicians for all appliance brands
- Low price
- We serve all Philadelphia County.
- Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money
Check out our easy to repair tips or let us take care of your washer needs.
At Philadelphia Appliance Repair we want to help you managing
your busy life and schedule your washer repair appointment
as conveniently as possible. As always, you can call us
You may now schedule your appointment online. Please send
us an Email at appointment@Philadelphiaapplianceservice.com
and submit your name, phone number, address and brief description
of the problem. We will confirm your appointment in the
next 60 minutes
Easy to Fix Tips
If washer is dead...
Make sure the washer lid is closed properly. Make sure the timer and all washer controls are set properly. Make sure both water faucets are turned on.
If washer keeps moving around the floor
The legs on the washer are adjustable, the rear legs are often (not always) self-adjusting, make sure washer legs are not stuck and that they can move freely. But the front legs can screw in and out to move the washer depending on the floor the washer is sitting on. Make sure the washer is as low to the floor as possible. When the legs are screwed out too far the washer becomes wobbly. Often on the metal style legs there are lock nuts that can be tightened to secure the legs so they don't move on you.
Washers where really meant to sit on a cement floor, if your washer is on a
wooden floor look carefully at the strength of the floor. If the floor is
moving up and down when the washer is running, the floor may not be strong
enough to support the washer's weight. Most main floor laundry room's floors
are nailed down; the sub-floor is more secure if the sub-floor has been screwed
down. Sometimes extra support may have to be added under the flooring to
add some strength.
If washer is leaking
Check water fill hoses for cracks, blisters, corroded fittings and leaks. Cracks are a sign of aging and a breakdown of the rubber. Blisters signal a rupture in the inner lining of the hose, which means the hose may burst at any time. Corroded fittings mean the hose has leaked or is leaking now. If you don't replace the hose, you may find the corroded fitting is virtually impossible to remove from the faucet when you need to remove it. Replace the hoses if they have any of these conditions. ( water fill hoses generally need to be replaced every three to five years, regardless of whether there is a visible defect.)
Call us at 267-283-2045 for Appliance repair in Philadelphia.
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