Washing Machine Repair

After the refrigerator, the washing machine is arguably the most important appliance in your home in terms of convenience, utility, and comfort. When it breaks down, it can leave you with loads of laundry—literally— to handle on your own.

As soon as you notice problems with your washer, schedule a repair service. You want to minimize the risk of water damage or further complications. At Adam’s Appliance Repair, we can help fix your washing machine if you live in Kennesaw, Georgia. We service all the major brands, including LG, Whirlpool, Samsung, Maytag, and Kenmore.

Avoid DIY Washing Machine Repair

It is possible to fix things yourself when they break. However, when it comes to repairing a washing machine, it’s important to leave it to the experts.

If not done correctly, washing machine repair creates lots of problems for you going forward. Subpar workmanship may expose your home to the risk of electrical fires or other hazards. You might also create flooding, which ruins the interior of a home in no time.

To avoid these costly problems, you should engage a certified and reputable repair service, who can repair the appliance effectively the first time around.

Besides considering the reputation of your prospective Kennesaw washing machine repair service, you should also be sure you’re getting value for your money—and that’s what makes Adam’s Appliance Repair your go-to company.

A competitively priced service is also essential. Using a reliable repair service can greatly improve your chances of having a quick, easy, and stress-free washing machine repair experience.

We repair and service a variety of washing machines, including:

  • Front-loader washing machines
  • Top loader washing machines
  • Compact washing machines
  • Combination units

Common Washing Machine Problems

If your washing machine exhibits any of the following signs, you should give us a call as soon as possible. The sooner you fix the problem, the less likely it is that further complications will arise.

The washer won’t turn

This problem is normally a result of a tripped, off-balance switch. You can easily solve that by redistributing clothes. If the problem persists, the outlet or timer circuitry could be the culprit. Our qualified technicians can identify and fix the issue accordingly.

The washing machine isn’t spinning as it should

This situation could be a result of a faulty lid plunger or lid switch, burned-out solenoid, poor timer contact, damaged wires, or a broken drive belt.

Excessive vibration

If your machine is vibrating too much when in use, it may not be level. The floor on which it rests may be weak or worn. Another reason for the excessive vibration could be degraded snubber pads or damper pads.


Issues like loose hoses, excess soap, and drainpipe clogs, as well as dripping tubes, water injection hoses, and tubs, could result in leaks.

Poor water drainage

If water remains in the drum, it could be an indication of a faulty pump, clogged drain hose, or worn drive belt. If left unchecked, poor drainage can lead to more costly problems.

Spots on clothes after a wash cycle

Spots that can’t be removed by water and soap could be a result of oil from a defective transmission.

Soap in clothes after a wash cycle

Having excess soap in your clothes could be caused by a clogged cold-water valve or faulty timer contact.

Call Adam’s Appliance Repair of Kennesaw, GA

If you want to fix your washing machine but aren’t sure where to start, Adam’s Appliance Repair is the place to go. Call us today to schedule an appointment.