Our London based engineers can repair all makes of integrated washing machines such as Candy , LG , Siemens , Celcus , Luxor , Ignis , Whirlpool , Beko , Fisher and Paykel , Panasonic , Zanussi and Haier in every part of London & the South East such asSt Albans including all AL postcodes.
A Brassett's engineers can install or repair all types of free standing, Uprights or integrated washing machine brands including Candy , Indesit , Leisure , Electra , Zanussi , Candy , CDA , Whirlpool , Tecnik , Panasonic , Neff and Haier amoungst others in areas such as London SW and all the SW postcodes.
We know how difficult it can be when your washing machine dies so we will do our best to get it working again quickly furthermore we understand the pressure of day to day life and since washing machine serves an important role in our homes we appreciate it is an essential piece of equipment which is why our engineers offer a good quality repair service of your washing machine in your own home. We cover all parts of London and the South East and all brands.
Please call us today and let us solve your washing machine / washer dryer problems. Remember we will tell you the cost in advance.
Common Washing Machine Faults
Every make & model of washing machine is unique and therefore the number of different faults are almost endless. A Brassett carries out hundreds of repairs so know which faults occurs more often than others.
Here are some of the common faults:
Will not Start
We have a guide on the common issues for when a washing machine won't start but there are numerous faults which could cause this from no power going through to the machine to a faulty sensor.
Refuses to Spin
Check to see if there's an unbalanced load inside the appliance and if it's level on the surface.
Not Filling With Water
If your washing machine isn't filling with water the issue could be with the hoses, filters, or even the pressure chamber. This is something which would require troubleshooting by an engineer.
Regularly check to see if the filters are clean. Usually they can be found on the bottom of the appliance.