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Noises, leaks, vibrations and other common problems can turn the convenience of a washer into a nightmare. Luckily you can rely on the quick and comprehensive help offered by Maple Leaf Appliance Repair’s service technicians. Our experts are familiar with all front- and top-loading models, no matter the brand.

If we inspect your washer and can’t fix it, our visit is completely free! Contact us at Maple Leaf today for a no-charge quote next time you need a washer installation, removal or repair.

COMMON WASHER PROBLEMS

Washer is not draining

In many cases the washer will stop draining or draining fully due to a clogged drainage hoses or due to an object caught in the draining pump. There are some cases when the draining pump is faulty and needs to be replaced.

Washer is leaking

A leaking washer is a common problem. Washers will leak due to a problem with the water inlet valve that isn't connected properly or just faulty, unfortunately these cannot be repaired and need to be replaced. There are times when the door seal is ripped or cracked and that would be the reason for the leaking washer.

Washer won't spin

When the washer is not spinning it might be caused by several factors: The lid switch is faulty and its preventing the washer from spinning. The motor coupling is faulty, its job is to protect the motor and transmission but it can fail with time due to wear. Drive belt is probably the most common reason for a not spinning washer.

Washer won't start

If your washer wont start it might be due to a faulty control board - try pressing some buttons, if some work and others don't the control board is most likely needs to be replaced. Washer also wont star if there is a problem with a door switch that is preventing the washer to start if the door is open. A burned fuse or a faulty timer are also common reasons for a washer not to start.

Washer stops mid cycle

When the washer stops in the middle of the cycle it is cause by a faulty water inlet valve. When the washer suppose to receive water from the water inlet valve but water is not entering the tub the washer will keep "waiting" and won't continue the cycle. A lid switch or a door switch could cause the washer to stop at mid cycle and might need to be replaced.

Washer is shaking

When the washer starts "dancing" around it is funny but not fun. Usually a shaking or vibrating washer caused due to one or more faulty shock absorbers. A suspension rod or a suspension spring also causing most washers to be shaky.