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We service all San Jose:
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We repair all major washer brands:
GE washers
Kitchen Aid washers
Maytag washers
Jenn Air washers
Bosch washers
Magic Chef washers
Whirlpool washers
Hotpoint washers
Sears washers
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At San Jose Appliance Repair we like to schedule your washer repair appointment as easy as possible. You can always call call us at our Toll Free number:


You can also send us an email to appointment@sanjoseoappliancerepair.com. Please provide your name, phone number and a brief description of your problem. As soon as we receive your request, we will contact you immediately to confirm your appointment.

Please read all of the appliance maintenance tips below. All of the simple tips are meant to prevent your appliances from future failure. Appliance repairs can be costly and 99% of the time the reason for that is improper usage or lack of very basic maintenance. We strongly encourage that if your appliance, air conditioning or heating unit don’t function properly and requires repair, simply call one of our service technicians who has the knowledge, experience and right tools to fix it. San Jose Air conditioning / Heating and Appliance repairs is available for all your needs.

Most importantly, however, you can keep your washer running the way they should merely by following certain simple preventive maintenance procedures regularly. Not only will such maintenance help you derive the benefits of maximum efficiency and performance, but it will also result in a longer and more trouble-free life for your air conditioner.

WASHER maintenance tips

A home washing machine normally operates off a 110-volt ac wall outlet. Ideally, the appliance outlet should be on an individual 15-amp breaker or time-delay fuse at the home's service entrance. The dryer requires a 240-volt outlet and always must have its own circuit. Washers come with a three-prong grounded plug. For safety, the cord should always be plugged into a three-hole grounded wall socket. If your home is equipped with the old-style two-wire outlets, any hardware or variety store can supply you with a conversion plug to adapt the washer cord to the two-wire outlet. The conversion plug has three holes to accept the washer plug, two prongs to slide into your two-hole outlet, and a short ground wire with a spade lug attached to the end. This spade lug must be slid under the metal screw holding the cover plate over the wall plug in order to make a solid ground connection. Never use a conversion plug without properly attaching the spade lug grounding wire.

For added safety, many of today's washers are sold with a separate external grounding kit. (The dryer plug and chassis already has this built into it.) This is a heavy wire that is connected from the metal chassis or frame of the washer to a solid electrical ground spot in the home (such as a metal clamp around a cold water pipe in the home plumbing system).
It is essential that the new washer or dryer be perfectly level so that it rests solidly on the floor. Set the appliance down on a bare floor, not on carpet. They work best on a concrete floor. Use a level, and adjust the appliance's leveling guides (or screws) on all four corners. Generally, you raise the corner height by turning the leveling screws to the right, and lower each individual corner by turning the leveling guides to the left.

After your level shows the machine is solidly in place (level side to side as well as front to back), then check for vibration as the washer spins. Turn the cycle selector to the spin dry mark, plug the cord in, turn the machine on, and make final adjustments in the leveling guides as necessary to keep the washer from vibrating. Occasionally, it may be necessary to place small wooden or metal shims under one or more of the corners in order to give the unit a stable footing.
After making the proper connections to the electrical outlet and to the hot and cold water intakes and the outlet drain, check the thermostat setting on your hot water heater. For best efficiency, the hot water entering the washer should be approximately 140 F. Adjust your hot water heater accordingly.

MOVING TIPS for your washer

Carefully take out any removable interior parts and pack them in a separate box. Moving interior components that cannot be easily removed should be securely fastened into place, using heavy tape or wire.

If there were shipping bolts and spacers provided with the original packing box, reinstall them. If the original packing material has been lost or discarded, check with the nearest local manufacturer's outlet to see if the service department can provide you with the necessary packing materials and information.
If you are storing your washer in an area of extreme cold weather, you must remove all water from the machine in order to protect it.
Disconnect all hoses from the input water supply. Put the machine on spin dry, and turn the unit on. Let the machine spin for a couple of minutes to let all of the water drain out. Turn off the machine, close the lid, and pull the electrical plug. Take the drain hose off of the pump outlet and drain water from both the pump and hose. Reconnect the hose to the pump outlet
For safety, always disconnect the electrical cord or turn off the service entrance breaker or fuse before servicing or even cleaning the appliance. There are many special manufacturer's cleaners and enamel paints, which may be recommended in the owner's manual for your particular appliance. Or check with any hardware or variety store for general all-purpose enamel cleaners. Never use gritty, harsh, or abrasive cleaners on any surface of a modern washer or dryer. Do not use oxalic acid or any commercial rust remover in the tub or near the top of the washer.

At the end of each laundry day, clean top and both sides of the lid by wiping with a damp cloth. Turn off both the hot and cold water faucets in order to reduce the pressure on the water hoses when not in use. The lint filter should be cleaned at the end of every washing or drying cycle. Consult the owner's manual for the proper method for cleaning the lint filter on your machine.

As needed, thoroughly clean all enamel, porcelain, and painted finishes with a soft, damp cloth. Commercial porcelain and enamel renew spray finishes will work well. If the finish of the cabinet is accidentally scratched or marred, use a can of spray enamel for a color-matched touch-up.

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