Anyone would be more than worried if a washer stops mid-cycle. If you have a front-loader, then the worry can be alarming. Accessing a loaded washer when the water has not been drained, and the entire chamber is filled with dirty lather, can be risky. Yet, one has to access the appliance to know the real problem. You should call Max Appliance Repair if your washer stops mid-cycle. We offer a swift inspection and service on the same day, anywhere in Ottawa.
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The first checkpoint is power supply. If it has been interrupted, then there is an easy solution. If the power is fine, and there is no major voltage fluctuation, then you should check the fuse or circuit breaker. Every washer has these. A blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker is a relatively simple and easy problem to deal with. Trouble begins when you find out if a sensor is broken, if any of the major components has failed, or a combination of factors have led your washer to stop mid-cycle.
There are many probable causes why your washer stops mid-cycle: broken lid switch, faulty sensors, excess load, inadequate water, serious leakage, obstruction or clogging inside, failing drum, unresponsive drive belt, malfunctioning motor, perhaps the pump, blocked valves and hoses, severe overheating, and a defective control board. Everything from the user control panel to the central board connecting everything in the appliance can be the problem why your washer stops mid-cycle.
Our technicians are fully equipped to deal with such a crisis. We carry out onsite washer repair following an extensive inspection. After your washer stops mid-cycle, great care should be taken to ensure water does not leak or pour out into the room, or area. That could lead to another crisis. The standing water in the appliance must be drained out or extracted safely. The clothes should also be removed, and it could be tricky if there is severe entangling or jumbling up. Our reliable and experience technicians can also replace broken components on the same day, onsite during your washer repair in Ottawa.