Washer Repair

Your washer is one of many major appliances, if it starts to malfunction you will probably need immediate and effective washing machine repair. Laundry appliances that are not functioning can put a restriction on your daily routine.   All Boston Appliance Repair can help you get back on track and have your washer working again in no time at all! The faster you have your washing machine repaired the sooner you can get back to doing laundry.

All Boston Appliance Repair has you covered!  We are ready to work and we’ll arrive on time.

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Our offices are located at: 10 Kings Beach rd. Lynn, MA 01902

You will be provided with a FREE service call with any completed washer repair. Our technicians have many years of experience when it comes to washer repair. We offer SAME DAY services. We also work during weekends and holidays. 

We are always in the Boston area, and there’s NO extra charge for travel.  We service Boston and it’s neighboring, such as: Hyde Park, Jamaica Plain, Mattapan, Mission Hill, North End, Roslindale, Roxbury, South Boston, and more.  

We repair all washer brands, including:

  • Ariston 
  • Amana 
  • Breezedry 
  • Fagor 
  • Fisher&Paykel
  • KitchenAid 
  • GE 
  • Frigidaire 
  • Whirlpool 

  • Equator
  • Speed Queen 
  • KitchenAid 
  • LG 
  • Magic Chef 
  • QuietLine 
  • Maytag
  • Kenmore 
  • Sears

  • Samsung
  • Bosch  
  • Electrolux
  • Thermador
  • U-line
  • YesterTec
  • Miele
  • Gaggenau
  • And many more.  

We only hire the most highly experienced, professional, and trained appliance repair technicians.
We will work with YOUR schedule and not force you to work with ours.
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Our service experts repair all common washer problems, including:

  • Washer not turning on
  • Washer not agitating
  • Washing machine is leaking
  • Washing machine is not draining 
  • Washer won’t finish cycle
  • Washer is making noise. 

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Here are some washer repairs tips:

When your washer suddenly stops working the first thing to do is check if you circuit breaker is working. Another source of the problem could be an un properly closed door or blown fuse. Your washing machines motor may sometimes overheat, when this happens it stops working. Just give it time to cool down before restarting it. Always make sure that you close the lid or door of your washer because there’s a switch inside the completes the connection letting your washer know the doors closed, then will it start completing your cycle. If you’re washing machine has a drain issue sometimes it could be an easy thing to fix. Check that the drain hose is not not knotted or stuck in a loop. Sometimes the problem comes from the pump your pump might be either clogged. If your pump maybe jammed remove the hoses, look inside the hoses for any debris. At last, to prevent your washing machine from over suding, use less detergent.

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