Your washing machine is the most important appliance in your house, but it’s also one of the most complex and expensive appliances to repair. So, if you’re not sure what’s wrong with your washing machine or if it’s time to call in a repair technician, don’t wait. Identifying the problem before calling a repair technician can save you time and money, and you might even be able to repair the problem yourself.
Follow these steps
- Check power source and circuit breaker
- Check water supply, door lock, drain hose, filter, and error code
- Listen for unusual noises
- If problem is still not fixed, call our repair technician
- Pay attention to the symptoms. What is the washing machine doing (or not doing)? When did the problem start? Is there anything else that has happened recently that could be related to the problem?
- Look for any obvious signs of damage. Are there any leaks? Are any parts of the washing machine cracked or broken?
- Consult your washing machine’s manual. The manual may have troubleshooting tips for common problems.
- Do some research online. There are many websites and forums where you can ask questions and get advice from other washing machine owners and repair technicians.
If you are unable to diagnose the problem yourself, be sure to call a qualified repair technician.