Washer / Dryer Repair

Your washer and dryer are the reason that you do not leave the house with, on one hand, dirty, stained clothes and, on the other, wet and uncomfortably damp clothes. When they break down, though it can be frustrating, you can turn to George’s Repair Appliances in Fordham, Ohio, for help. We have a top-notch reputation in the Fordham area and we offer repairs for most washer and dryer brands.

Our commitment to our clients is that we will find solutions to any issues you have with your washer and dryer, and keep them in great working condition for many years to come.


Symptoms of a Broken Washer and Dryer


  1. Washer Does Not Fill


Make sure that the door is closed, that the inlet pipes are not clogged and that the water supply is properly connected. If all of these things are in good working order and you are still facing issues with the washer not filling up, then you should contact an expert for help.


  1. Dryer Vent Clogged

One of the primary causes of a broken dryer is a clogged vent. If the air cannot find an exit, then clothes will remain damp. An increase in noise may also be an indication that the vent is clogged.

To avoid any damages to the apparatus through this issue, clean out the lint filter before every laundry load. As a bonus, the ventilation system should also be cleaned once a year.

If the problem is more severe than just a simple cleaning, call a dryer specialist for a professional cleaning.


  1. Washer Won’t Drain


On the opposite side of the spectrum, sometimes the washer fills a little too well. If the washer does not drain, then that is indicative of clogging in the filter or something not working in the pump. A qualified professional will be able to properly pinpoint the issue and then offer a working solution.


  1. Dryer Not Heating

If the dryer is not heating, check to see if the settings have been tampered with. You may not know this, but some dryers have a function where they only release air but do not heat the machine. If the settings are in order and the dryer is still not heating, then the ignition may be to blame.

Without the right tools, the ignition may be harder to repair because it is difficult to access in the first place. A professional will be able to help you, in this case.


  1. Mid-Cycle Stop


This is usually due to a malfunctioning thermostat, heater or timer. If the problem lies specifically with the timer, then you might be able to buy yourself some time by adjusting the dial manually. However, this is not a long term solution and should be looked at by a professional as soon as possible.


If you are familiar with any of the issues listed above, then give us a call at George’s Appliance Repair. Our professionals will offer quality repairs and will ensure your guaranteed satisfaction.