The Benefits of Washer and Dryer Repair

Washer and dryer repair

The Benefits of Washer and Dryer Repair

Back in the days washing the clothes by hand required physical scrubbing just to remove some dirt or stain. One of the greatness inventions out there are the washer, and dryer; mechanical devices that used for cleaning clothes commonly found in our homes and hotels.   Read More

Dishwasher Repair by Rush Hour Appliance Repair

Dishwasher Repair

 How To Repair A Dishwasher

The control panels on the latest dishwashers can look intimidating. They’re loaded with so many dials, push buttons, and other features that the machine looks too complex to repair. This is actually not the case. With the exception of the control panel, dishwashers haven’t changed much in basic design over the last two decades. You can repair most dishwasher malfunctions yourself, and we’ll discuss tips for do-it-yourself service and maintenance in this article.

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Try These Tips Before a Washer Repair Work

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How to Repair Your Washing Machine

We have here a list of the most common symptoms that affect washing machines, to identify which of them apply to your case. So, in that way, you will know why your washing machine doesn’t drain or isn’t turning around with your clothes. If your washing machine is broken, this is the right place to know what happens, and call your physician if you can’t fix it by your own.

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How to Fix Common Dishwasher Repair Problems

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How to Fix Common Dishwasher Problems

The dishwasher is an appliance for simplicity in the wash programs you use, and you need to give a big maintenance for achieving effectiveness and a long life for it. The most common dishwasher problems can be found, for example, with evacuation pump fails or with the buttons on the control panel not working properly.

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Why Is My Dishwasher Making Noise?

Why is my dishwasher making noise

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If your dishwasher is getting loud or making a weird noise, you should check the heater fan, motor, water-inlet valve, and pump. Sometimes the bearings in the heater fan may get worn out or rust. If this happens, it may become very noisy, either grinding on the bearings, or scraping against the rust. If this happens you need to replace the fan motor. Sometimes, a fan blade may come loose, and you need to replace it.

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