When appliances break, there’s often a very good reason. Aged equipment, blown fuses, fraying seals and faulty pipelines are just some of the reasons that appliances tend to break down after a period of time.
To notice appliances in declining states, it helps to make regular observations of key working parts. What can you notice? Does the refrigerator make a louder ‘humming’ sound from the back? Your unit’s cooling coils could be working overtime due to dust and dirt buildup on them.
What about your freezer? Is the ice frozen, ice cream cold and all the other foods staying frozen? Are there any ice formations developing anywhere in the freezer? Then you may have a sealant issue that requires a new appliance part.
As providers of replacement appliance parts for home appliances, Appliance Parts Company provides customers all over the U.S. with parts, advice and warranties from leading manufacturers like General Electric, Whirlpool and Maytag.
What about other appliances? Microwave lights not working? Is the washer-dryer out of balance? If you’re having issues with your washer and dryer units, it may be time to take a time out, and inspect with a flashlight and open ears and eyes. What do see and hear?
If your washer or dryer is non-responsive to starting when the door gets shit, it might be a door switch that has malfunctioned from extensive use, rough door handling or slamming. Homemakers usually tend to open and shut the washer door on a top-loading machine to check water levels for big loads, or to add in bleach and clothes conditioner through the cycle.
When you close a washer door, the operation switch should start the cycle each time. If that’s not happening, then the switch may need to be replaced with a new appliance part. Both washers and dryers use these types of switches to know when the lid is either open or closed for operation.
Appliance Part Company knows appliance parts. The company stores and sells appliance parts from 13 locations in the U.S., serving markets in greater Arizona, Nevada, Texas and Utah. There are store counter sales at the locations, and if customers need a replacement part in a hurry, these parts are shipped across the U.S., reaching most destinations within 24 hours from time of order (some conditions apply). Most common types of parts for almost all brands of major home appliances are available and are authorized by those indicated to assist with field warranty claims.
Whether you’re looking for replacement parts for your dishwasher, replacing a broken motor for your washing machine, finding replacement hoses, valves or pipes for a washer-dryer unit, locating and buying appliance parts for a quick repair can save you a lot of time and money in the long run.
Before making any repairs on your own, work with a knowledgeable staff of parts professionals. They will attend to all your requests: ordering, delivery and product information. If you don’t see what you are looking for, appliance parts product professionals can assist in getting the required part or piece to make your appliances run as good as ever.