A guide for Washing Machine Parts

Posted By : Aubrey Mead , on Jun, 2017

 

Even with today’s electronics, washing machines are fairly simple machines. Whether they are front-loaders or top-loaders, all washing machines are big tubs that fill with water. The tubs fill and drain repeatedly, while the tub spins an agitator or drum causes the clothing to move around in the water. Therefore, each washer needs to be able to fill, to rotate the clothing, to spin, and to drain. If the washer cannot perform one or more of these functions, then it cannot clean your clothes and is need of a repair.

If your washing machine is not running properly, you may be able to diagnose your problem in a few simple steps. Regardless of how fancy or plain your washing machine is, if it is experiencing performance problems, there is probably a problem with one of the following parts: water inlet valve, supply hoses, standpipe, electrical cord, water pump, leveling feet, controls and monitors, lid switch, lid, drum, agitator, or motor. Some of them, like a broken lid switch, are easy for the home handyman to diagnose and fix, while others – like replacing a motor – can be challenging for anyone who is not a washing machine repair expert.

If you find yourself with a washing machine that needs a part replaced, you may wonder where to find that part. Appliance Parts America is Monmouth County’s go-to for washing machine parts. We carry parts for some of the best-known brands, including Whirlpool, Amana, KitchenAid, LG, Electrolux, Samsung, Frigidaire, Bosch, GE, Maytag, Hotpoint, Kenmore, White Westinghouse, as well as for a number of lesser-known brands. We carry a number of washing machine parts in-stock. Of course, if we do not have your part in stock, we will do our best to locate it and order it for you.

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