How to Unclog a Washing Machine Drain Easily

If you notice water pooling around the base of your washing machine, you most likely have a clog in the drain, the drain hose is pushed too deep inside the standpipe or the standpipe is of a smaller size, restricting the flow of water. That causes the washing machine drain to overflow. A clogged or … Read more

Washer Not Filling with Water? Here’s What to Do

Washers are filled with water using 2 hoses (hot and cold) at the back. The hoses are connected to the shut off valves and the washer water inlet valve from the rear. A washer inlet valve have filter screens to make sure that the water entering the washing machine is free of debris. If your … Read more

Washer Won’t Spin? 8 Things to Do to Fix It

A washing machine has so many mechanical and electrical parts that must all work in sync in order for it to execute all the commands it is tasked with. If any of these parts is faulty, the washer will simply not work, at least not as expected. A washer that won’t spin is often caused … Read more

Washing Machine Won’t Drain? 6 Things to Do

A washing machine that won’t drain is often caused by a clogged drain hose or pump, restricting the flow of water out to the drain line. Socks, underwear, soap, coins and hair clips are often the culprits, and will usually jam or even break the pump impellers. A kinked drain hose or a faulty lid … Read more

Washer Dryer Combos – Everything You Need to Know

A washer dryer combo is an integrated unit that performs the functions of a stand-alone washer and dryer from start to finish while occupying half the space. Their main advantage is that they are space-economic and flexible in positioning. Instead of transferring your wet load from the washer to the dryer, washer dryer combo are … Read more

Washing Machine Smells Like a Sewer? 4 Quick Fixes

A sewer smell from a washing machine is often caused by mold, mildew and bacteria trapped under the rubber door gasket/seal, water filter or P-trap. It could also be caused by a dry P-trap or clogged vent stack. Bacteria, mold and mildew thrive in a damp and dark surfaces. Both of those conditions are present … Read more