There are certain things in life that are guaranteed. The sun will rise in the east, buses will come in threes, and your washing machine will break down only when you badly need to do laundry. Don’t worry; you don’t have to rush off to the laundromat. All you have to do is call the professional team at Cosmos Appliance Services. It doesn’t matter what the problem is; our experienced team of appliance technicians can be at your home to diagnose and repair almost any washing machine issue.
Washing machines are complex systems that can, particularly over time, develop a number of issues. Common signs that something is wrong with your machine include loud or knocking noises, a slowly filling drum, water leaks, excessive shaking and vibrating, or a drum that won’t spin. If your machine is experiencing one or some of these signs, don’t delay; call us for washing machine repair in Surrey. Of course, not all signs that something is wrong come directly from the machine; sometimes your laundry itself can signal that something is wrong. You could have a problem with your machine if:
Clothes leave the machine excessively hot to the touch: clothes should always come out of your washing machine cold, unless you’re using a combination washer / dryer. Your washing machine will always rinse your clothes using the cold water line; if clothes are coming out hot, then it’s likely that your washing machine hasn’t been connected properly.
Laundry isn’t fully cleaned: This can be caused by a number of problems including overloading the machine, not using enough detergent, using the wrong type of detergent, or by choosing the wrong wash program. There could also be a problem with the machine such as a drain or pipe blockage or a pump blockage.
Laundry has white streaks: this is usually caused by overloading or not using enough detergent.
Clothes have holes! This is the last thing you want to see and there are no universal causes. However, you can prevent damage to clothes by turning pants inside out to keep zippers and buttons on the inside, use gentle detergents for more delicate clothes and make sure that all pockets are free from items like pins, coins, and that you remove belts and even metal bra straps before you put them in the drum.