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Washer Repair Homestead

When you buy an LG washing machine, you bring a new technical standard into your home. It makes your work much easier. It saves you time, energy, and water! So we understand how frustrating it can be when your beloved washing machine gets cranky or stops working altogether.

But that's not such a bad thing! You don't have to worry too much about it! The problem may be minor. But even if something is seriously wrong with the appliance, it's not a problem when our professional technicians take over. It's safe to say that for our team of skilled technicians, there's no washing machine malfunction of any brand that they can't fix.

How does a washing machine work?

This appliance performs a preset washing program at a certain water temperature. In this cycle, the water moves detergents previously placed in a special compartment of the machine. The washing ends with a rinse in cold water without detergent. The cycle ends with a quick spin of the drum and a drain of the water.

Most frequent breakdowns

The most common breakdowns that are repaired by our appliance repair specialists:

  • Washing machine leaking;
  • Washer does not drain properly;
  • Washing machine not filling properly;
  • Malfunctioning ignition;
  • Unusual sounds;
  • Failure to complete cycles;
  • Digital display errors and others.

Our troubleshooter will be able to:

  • Diagnose the condition of the device;
  • Determine the cause of the problem;
  • Give you the best recommendations for the care of the appliance.
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Why Choose Us?

✓ Service Warranty Included
✓ Express Service Same-Day
✓ Brands we Fix All Brands/Models
✓ Quality Repair Top Rated ★★★★★
✓ Repair Cost Best Prices
✓ Experience 10+ Years
✓ Contact Us Today 365 days-round


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