If your washer is not doing what it is supposed to do, it is time you call iFix Appliances. We are arguably the best in the Los Angeles and its surrounding area. Our technicians have a wealth of experience in repairing all makes of washing machines and have the requisite knowledge to make your repairs swiftly and without a fuss. For washer repair Los Angeles, call us now!
In the past, some sea travelers put their dirty laundry in thick cloth bags, tossed them overboard, and let the bags drag through the ocean for hours. Fun, maybe but not so practical. Similar to the concept of the dryer, the early clothes washers in the 1800s required mothers and daughters to place laundry in a wooden box and tumble the box via the operated crank. In 1907, the first electric washing machine, the Thor, was manufactured by Hurley Machine Corporation, Chicago. That year Maytag built its first clothes washer. It surely would have made a much appreciated gift, although not a very romantic one, for Mother's Day, which was instituted that year by a Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia. In 1915, a gasoline-powered washer was created by Maytag. Three years later, Launderette introduced a washer that used centrifugal force to extract water from clothes. Many of the early clothes washers had to be manually filled with water and manually drained. Automatic the first washers were not. Truly automatic clothes washers weren't made available until 1937, by Bendix brand. Although Bendix's washers needed to be anchored to the floor to keep from wobbling out the door during the wash cycle, that didn't keep Bendix and other brands from constantly improving the clothes washer. In 1947, General Electric revealed the first top-loading automatic washer, different cycles were added for various fabrics, buttons replaced knobs, and by the 1950s, automatic washers’ sales bypassed electric washer sales for the very first time.
The vast majority of service calls for malfunctioning washing machines require only simple repairs such as adjusting a lid safety switch or replacing a belt. Only a small percentage of calls are in answer to difficult technical problems. At iFix Appliances, our washer repair technicians are certified and carry a wealth of experience to handle those problems. It is no wonder their work is great. We can repair washing machines of all brands and their models, ranging from Maytag washer repairs to Kenmore washing machine repair to Bosch washer service, and many others. We are confident about dealing with any kind of issue your washer may experience, regardless of the seriousness of the matter.
iFix Appliances holds the belief that excellent workmanship does not equal a slow pace of work. We are proud of our technicians executing one of the quickest turnaround times in the repair of washing machines all over the city of Los Angeles. When you select us to do your service, it means you get back your machine all the more quickly. Our technicians take pride in their work and also do not cut corners.
Our rates for washer repair Los Angeles services are competitive and reasonable. iFix Appliances makes reliability and also quality very much affordable.
At iFix Appliances, we understand how badly your life can be affected by a single malfunctioning washing machine. It is the reason we offer quick washer repair Los Angeles solutions to all our customers. When you call our technician, you are assured of a high quality job which will pay dividends for years to come. We will not only repair your washing machine unit, but also make sure that the washer runs in optimal condition and with minimum fuss.
iFix Appliance Repair gets all repairs done within your operating budget. There is no other better company to repair your washing machine. Give us a call today!
Washers vary in type, appearance, and design, but they all use three basic systems controlled by electricity: water fill, water drain, and drive for washing, rinsing, and spin-drying the clothes.
Top-loading washers are by far the most popular. Clothes are loaded through an opening or lid in the top of the machine into an upright basket. The basket fills with water, and a gear case or eccentric drive moves a vaned agitator or pulsator back and forth or up and down in the water. Rinsing is provided by flooding fresh water through the washed clothing.
In front-loading types, the drum is filled with water and soap and it spins to tumble the clothing clean. The force of the drop from the revolving drum and the water action remove dirt. Rinsing is provided by a series of fresh water charges entering and leaving the drum. Front-loading types tend to be gentler on clothes than machines with agitators, but are considerably more expensive.
Compact washers typically use impellers to circulate the water in the wash tub. Then, the clothing is moved to a separate basket for spinning and rinsing. The compacts require less space, they are portable and roll around easily, and require no special installation.