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When your washer doesn’t agitate or spin or you have any
other problems, we are available for all your washer repair needs
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide same day service and our
service call is free with the repair. Our low price policy will
give you assurance that you are getting the lowest price for your
washer repair. Call us 24/7 at our Toll Free line:
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Our Service areas includes All the Phoenix and surrounding
Coolidge Gila Bend
Sun City West
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If you would like to learn more about your washer please read the
information below. It will help you to improve the efficiency of
your washer and reduce your utility and repair bills. However we
strongly encourage you DON’T get involved in repairs in which
you are not familiar and that involves working with electrical or
gas components. Unfortunately we have seen some people try it and
it always turns out to be costly. And, most important, it can put
your safety at risk, which cannot be repaired or replaced. Call
Washing. The non-automatic resembles the automatic
in its motorized agitation for washing. In addition, many non-automatics
have wash controls for four-minute, six-minute, or 12-minute time
settings for delicates, synthetics, and cottons More expensive models
may have controls for regular and gentle wash speeds; some spinners
let you run a cool-down rinse before spinning permanent press loads.
Water Extraction. In both spinners and wringers,
a separate clothes-handling operation is needed after the wash and
after each rinse process.
Spinners. You have to lift the load from the wash
tub to the spinner tub. The motor spins the tub until most water
is forced through the holes in the tub walls or over the tub top.
The spinner extracts water from anything that can be washed in the
washer and extracts more water than the wringer.
Wringers. You feed laundry pieces through rubber
rollers that squeeze out water. Once the rollers grasp fabric, they
help lift it out of the water and through the wringer. The wringer
can be pivoted into various positions for use over wash or rinse
tubs. The rollers are tight enough to squeeze most of the water
out of the clothes but loose enough to let a variety of clothing
pass through. There can be problems. Large buttons may break or
pull off. Clothes may come out deeply creased. Certain fabrics and
buckles, belts, and zippers may be too bulky to pass through. Some
features on wringers that can minimize these difficulties are automatic
or manual pressure adjustments, rollers that combine soft and hard
rubber, or two large, soft rollers. Large, soft rollers most easily
accommodate all thick material, but they require heavy pressure
to effectively “water out of clothes Rinsing.
After you have extracted used water and added new, you can rinse
by hand, use the agitator in your wash tub, or use the >, pinned
Automatic washers have a wide price range, non automatics a narrower
Higher prices usually indicate more choice of controls and more
special features; they may also indicate quality and long life.
You have to decide what kind of washer you want, which controls
you want, how many features you will use, and how much you are willing
to pay. Once you have decided on these things, do some comparison
shopping. Prices on the same model may differ from store to store.
Prices of economy washers vary among brands because of manufacturing
policy. Some manufacturers use the same internal wash systems on
all models, and this increases the costs of their economy models.
Others use a less expensive system on a less expensive washer.
Operating Cost. Automatic washers will be more expensive to operate
than non-automatics because they use more water. On the basis of
full loads, front-loading automatics generally use less water and
detergent than top-loading machines.
Top-Loading To determine which brand of top-loading
automatic will be the most economical water user, check with the
dealer or examine washer literature. The permanent press cycle is
good for comparison because it requires an extra cool-down rinse.
The amount of water used in this rinse varies considerably among
brands without much difference in the results. If water conservation
is a special concern, you can buy a special suds-return system on
some machines. It permits wash water to be stored in a separate
tub and then pumped back into the wash basket for reuse with additional
hot water and detergent. With the wringer, wash water may be used
again if it is fairly clean. Rinse water may be used as wash water
with the addition of hot water and detergent.