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We service and repair all washer brands and models:
Magic Chef washers
Montgomery Wards washers
Jenn Air washers
|Kitchen Aid washers
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Our Houston washer repair coverege area includes
entire Houston and the surrounding cities:
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The information below is posted by us for you to become more familiar with your washer. Also, this information will also help to you to use your washer more efficiently and effectively, which will save you money on your utility bills and unexpected washer repairs. However, we do not recommend that you to get involved with any washer repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most air conditioning systems require experience, professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. For professional help call us anytime at:
Things To Know About Your Washer
Washer Size. Two considerations are involved here the capacity of the washer and the floor space the washer requires.
Washer Capacity. Automatic washers are available that handle 5-pound to 20-pound loads of dry wash. Check the hang tag for the maximum load. If there is no capacity weight listed, note, the water-level indicators on the controls or simply examine the wash basket to see if the washer will be large enough to handle your normal loads. In the non-automatics, wringer washers can handle the same size loads as the average automatic. Most spinners handle loads of about five pounds.
A small family will probably require a washer with a maximum capacity of about eight pounds; for a large family, a maximum capacity of 15 to 20 pounds would be desirable.
Washer Floor Space. Be sure you coordinate the measurements of the floor space in your home with the size of the washer you buy. Floor space requirements are listed on the hang tags of models.
The depth and height of regular-sized automatic washers are usually standard up to 28 inches deep (add a few inches for clearance) and 43 inches high. The washer width varies from 25 to 31 inches. Compact automatic washers as narrow as 21 inches are available.
Non-automatic two-tub spinners measure from 29 to 32 inches wide, 17 to 19 inches deep, and 30 to 33 inches high. The measure of a spinner may be important to you not only for use but also for storage. Most wringers have one tub. If a second tub is attached, it is used it’s a rinse tub to contain the load after it has been put through the ringer. A second washer tub is not necessary, however, if you have stationary tubs in your basement. One-tub wringers take up about 25 to 27 inches of floor width.
Washer Construction. Quality and safety of construction are important considerations when you are selecting a washer.
Washer Quality. Look for good workmanship in the parts you can see. Construction materials are also important, since the washer is ex posed to water, high humidity, and laundry chemicals.
The exterior and interior finish on washer tubs, cabinet, and lid should be smooth and durable to resist chipping and rusting. Porcelain enamel is usually used. Lid hinges should be made of non-rusting materials, and controls should be easy to read and operate.
In non-automatics, spinners should have an aluminum spin basket. Drain-boards on wringers should be made of smooth, non-rusting material, be adjustable, and have rounded edges and corners. An off-on switch is convenient because you will not have to leave the washer to turn off the machine at the wall switch or plug. Hooks should be provided to store the hoses and electric cord. Casters that lock are helpful on mobile non-automatics to prevent the machine from walking. On wringers, washer legs that can be raised or lowered will give flexibility to machine height and also provide a way to level the washer if it has no self-leveling casters.
Safety. To be assured of the safe electrical and mechanical construction of your washer, buy one that has been listed by a testing laboratory such as the Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
A wringer washer should provide a safety release for the rollers in case fingers get caught or fabrics get tangled. Some wringers have an emergency release bar that stops pressure and rollers instantly. Some washer have an instant release feature where a tug or a pull in the direction opposite to the roller feed automatically relieves pressure and stops rollers. Some have a switch that must be pressed, usually with a foot, to keep rollers operating.
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