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Our commitment to quality is reflected in our washer repair services, backed by a comprehensive guarantee. Utilizing brand-specific parts directly sourced from the original manufacturer, we ensure the highest standards in every repair. With a straightforward flat-rate service fee, you won't incur any charges if we can't resolve the issue. These principles guide us as we strive to deliver top-notch appliance repair services to our valued customers throughout the Metro Vancouver region. Our reputation has flourished mainly through word of mouth, with friends, family, and businesses sharing positive experiences with our washer repair services. Yes, we prioritize speed! Operating service teams across Metro Vancouver daily enables us to often provide same-day washer repairs for both home and business customers. Our service vans are equipped with commonly used parts, and our conveniently located head office ensures easy access to even more washer components.



Encountering a leaking washer is a frequent concern, often arising from different components.

  • ● Water Inlet Valve: Leaks may stem from a water inlet valve that is either improperly connected or faulty. Unfortunately, these valves can't be repaired and require replacement to resolve the issue.
  • ● Door Seal: A ripped or cracked door seal is another common cause of washer leaks. In such cases, addressing the door seal becomes essential to prevent further leakage.
  • ● Drain Pump: Responsible for pumping out water from the drain hose, a cracked drain pump, leaking seals, or worn-out bearings may be repairable in some instances. However, depending on the severity, a new unit could be a more practical or cost-effective solution. Our repair technicians prioritize honesty and will provide the best advice for your situation.
  • ● Tube Seal: A leaking tube seal poses a significant challenge. If the tube seal is compromised, water may reach parts of the washer, such as the bearings, where it shouldn't. This repair is intricate, often requiring extensive disassembly to access and rectify the tube seal issue.


Encountering an overflowing washer may indicate issues with the water inlet valve or pressure switch, and even problems with your home or business water pressure could be contributing to the problem. Our skilled washer repair technicians are adept at diagnosing and addressing these concerns.

  • ● Low Water Pressure: For proper operation, the water inlet valve requires a minimum of 20psi of water pressure. Insufficient water pressure may prevent the valve from recognizing that the machine is full, causing it to fail to shut off. Our experts can assist in checking and adjusting your home or business water supply pressure to ensure optimal washer performance.
  • ● Water Inlet Valve: To check for a faulty water inlet valve, turn off the washer while it's in the process of filling. If the filling continues, it likely points to a water inlet valve issue. A multimeter can also be used to test for continuity, and if found faulty, replacement is necessary.
  • ● Pressure Switch: Linked to the water inlet valve, a malfunctioning pressure switch can lead to continuous water filling, resulting in overflow. Always inspect the air tube connected to the pressure switch for any blockages that may impede its functionality.


A common and frustrating issue with washers is the failure to spin, a problem that can be attributed to various components.

  • ● Lid Switch Assembly: Responsible for preventing the washer from spinning when the lid is open, a faulty lid switch assembly can hinder the spinning process. Testing for continuity with a multimeter is crucial to identify any issues, and if found, replacement is necessary.
  • ● Motor Coupling: Connecting the washer motor to the transmission, the motor coupling serves to protect these vital components. Overloading or regular wear can cause the coupling to break, necessitating replacement with a new part.
  • ● Drive Belt: Among the most frequent culprits for a non-spinning washer, a broken or loose drive belt can impede the spinning mechanism. Inspection is key to determine if the drive belt is the cause, and fortunately, it's an easily repairable issue.
  • ● Clutch: Similar to a car's clutch, the washer's clutch facilitates the initiation of the spinning process. Over time, wear and tear can lead to clutch failure, requiring replacement to restore optimal functionality.
  • ● Transmission: Containing gears crucial for the spinning motion, the transmission is a heavy-duty component in the washing machine. It is also one of the most expensive parts to replace, so thorough inspection of other parts is recommended before considering a transmission replacement.
  • ● Basket Drive: Linked to the transmission and engaging with the inner tub, the basket drive's spin tube tabs and drive block need careful examination to ensure they are not stripped, contributing to the washer's inability to spin.


When your washer refuses to start, several potential culprits may be at play.

  • ● Faulty Control Board: A malfunctioning control board could be hindering the start-up process. Test various buttons, and if some respond while others don't, it's likely that the control board needs replacement.
  • ● Door Switch Issue: A washer won't start if there's a problem with the door switch, designed to prevent operation when the door is open.
  • ● Washer Timer: Often overlooked, the washer timer must be assessed using a multimeter to determine if it maintains continuity.
  • ● Control and Display Board: Housing all the buttons, this board may need replacement if certain buttons function while others don't. Loose wiring or replaceable fuses could be contributing factors.
  • ● Line Fuse: The line fuse serves as a safety feature, shutting off the washer in the presence of major electrical issues. A blown line fuse can be tested for continuity with a multimeter. It's crucial to identify the root cause of a line fuse problem to prevent recurrent issues. A thorough check of wiring, the motor, and the drain pump is necessary to pinpoint any short circuits in the electrical system.


If your washer comes to a sudden halt during its cycle, a potential culprit could be a malfunctioning water inlet valve. When the washer anticipates water from the inlet valve but none enters the tub, it enters a waiting state, refusing to progress through the cycle. Another factor causing the washer to stop mid-cycle could be a problematic lid switch or door switch, both of which may require replacement.

  • ● Lid Switch Assembly: Responsible for halting the washer spin when the lid is open, a faulty lid switch can also lead to a mid-cycle stoppage. To identify issues, a continuity meter is used for testing, and if necessary, the lid switch should be replaced.
  • ● Washer Door Lock: Ensuring the door stays securely closed during operation, the door lock can be another source of mid-cycle interruptions. Mechanical or electrical failure can occur, involving a small motor and switch assembly. If the door lock is found to be faulty, replacement is recommended.
  • ● Water Inlet Valve: Critical for allowing water into the machine during the rinse cycle, the water inlet valve can be tested for continuity using a multimeter. A failure in the inlet valve prevents water entry, causing the machine to halt mid-cycle. If this is the case, replacement becomes necessary.


Discovering your washer engaging in an unexpected dance can be amusing, but the accompanying vibrations are less enjoyable. The common causes of a shaking or vibrating washer often involve one or more faulty components.

  • ● Suspension Spring: Similar to suspension rods, suspension springs play a role in minimizing vibrations during operation. Whether broken, worn out, unbalanced, or not securely fastened, addressing issues with the suspension springs is necessary. Repair or replacement should be carried out as needed for a stable and steady washing experience.
  • ● Suspension Rod: Responsible for dampening the vibrations of the washing machine, suspension rods are easily inspected and replaced if found broken. In some cases, they might have become detached and simply need reattachment.
  • ● Shock Absorbers: Numerous shock absorbers may be present in a washing machine, and if even one is worn out, it can lead to substantial shaking or vibration. Sometimes, they may shift position under the machine. Consider replacing all shock absorbers simultaneously for a straightforward and effective resolution.


Clanks, thuds, or grinding sounds – when your washer is emitting a loud noise, it's likely related to a bearing issue. But which bearing is causing the racket? Washing machines commonly house two types of bearings: the rear drum bearing and the tub bearing.

  • ●Rear Drum Bearing: Situated within the rear drum, one or several inner bearings facilitate smooth spinning of the washer. This represents a significant repair task, often challenging due to the complexity of removing and installing a new bearing into certain drums. In many cases, a comprehensive replacement of the entire system with a new part is the recommended solution.
  • ● Tub Bearing: Responsible for ensuring the inner tub rotates seamlessly, the tub bearing plays a vital role. Repairing this component is a major undertaking, involving a meticulous disassembly to access and address the tub bearing.
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