Ridge Appliance Repair

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Washing Machine Repair

Ridge Appliance Repair Kansas City - servicing all appliance brands including: Kenmore, Whirlpool, Maytag, Kenmore, GE, Samsung, Frigidaire, Sears, Amana, LG, Admiral, KitchenAid, Wards, Jenn-Air, SubZero, Viking

Kansas City area homeowners, are you having issues with your washing machine? If so, you’re not alone. Washing machine repair is one of the most common appliance repairs that we see here at Ridge Appliance Repair.

Several different things can go wrong with a washing machine, and most of them are very common fixes. If you’re not comfortable working with appliances, we recommend calling the professional appliance repair technicians at Ridge Appliance Repair.

We’ll be happy to diagnose the problem and give you an estimate for the repairs.

Common problems with washing machines

There are a few problems that we see more often than others when it comes to washing machine repair. These include:

  1. Leaking washing machine
  2. Noisy washing machine
  3. Washing machine not spinning
  4. Washing machine not draining

Leaking Washing Machine

One of the most common issues we see is a leaking washing machine. If you notice that your washing machine is leaving water on the floor after each cycle, there’s a good chance that the door seal needs to be replaced. This is a repair that we can handle for you, and it’s relatively inexpensive.

Your Washing Machine is Making Loud Noises

Another common issue is a noisy washing machine. If your washing machine is making loud, grinding noises, something is likely stuck in the pump. This is a repair that we can handle for you, and it’s relatively inexpensive.

Washing machine is not spinning

If your washing machine is not spinning, it could be because the lid switch is broken. What you should do if you’re lid switch is broken – You’ll need to open up the washing machine and check the lid switch. If it’s broken, we recommend replacing it. This is a repair that we can handle for you, and it’s relatively inexpensive.

Washing machine not draining

If your washing machine is not draining properly, it could be because the pump is broken or clogged. If your pump is broken, we can replace it for you. Depending on your brand of washer, we may or may not have the pump available. In the rare case that we do not have your brand/type of pump, we can order the pump for you.

These are just a few of the most common problems that we see with washing machines. If you’re having any of these common issues, we’re only a phone call away!

How much does washing machine repair cost?

The cost of washing machine repair will vary depending on the problem. For example, a simple fix like replacing a door seal will be less expensive than replacing a pump.

When you call us for service, we will diagnose the problem and give you an estimate for the repairs. We charge a small, affordable diagnostics fee, so you’ll know exactly what the problem is and how much it will cost to fix it before we even start the repairs. If you decide to do the repairs, the diagnostic fee (service call fee) goes toward the total cost of the repair.

The Average cost to repair a washing machine is $175 on the low end, and $450 on the high end. Again, please understand these are averages and the actual cost may vary depending on your brand of appliance and the part that is needed.

How do I schedule my washing machine repair service?

If you’re ready to set up your washing machine repair service call, the easiest way to schedule an appointment is to call us at (816) 875-6785 and we’ll be happy to assist you. You can also schedule online by clicking here.

Our 3 Step Approach to solving your washing machine problems:

  • Step 1: Schedule a Service Call (Appointment) via Phone or Online – Service Calls are $99.
  • Step 2: Our washing machine technician arrives, diagnose your appliance’s issue, and gives you an estimate to fix your washer (parts & labor).
  • Step 3: If you accept the estimate, the $99 goes toward the overall cost of the repair (parts and labor). If you don’t want to move forward with the repair, the $99 is for our time and travel to diagnose the issue.

 

When it comes to washing machine repair in the Kansas City area, Ridge Appliance Repair is your go-to source. We’re here to help you with all of your appliance repair needs, big or small. Give us a call today!