Whirlpool washing machine repair experts
Rely on Sears Home Services, the industry leader in home appliance repair services, for quick and reliable solutions that keep your Whirlpool washer in tip-top working condition. Regardless of where you bought the washer, we'll keep it running. Plus, you get a 90-day satisfaction guarantee. We'll even offer a discount on a new washer if you decide against repairs.
Our more than 2,500+ appliance repair technicians nationwide bring an average of 11 years of experience in appliance repairs for many major brands such as Maytag, Whirlpool, Kenmore, Amana, LG, Electrolux, Frigidaire, Samsung, Miele, and Bosch. Our washer and dryer repair experts serviced more than one million laundry appliances in the past year.
Sears Home Services also offers appliance maintenance plans to extend the life of your Whirlpool washer, home appliance warranties to cover many repairs and replacement, and replacement parts for your washer through Sears PartsDirect.
Whirlpool washing machine repair issues we can fix
Whether you have a front-load washer, top-load washer, or combination unit, the experts at Sears Home Services can perform Whirlpool washing machine repairs whether your problem is big or small.
A service call involves diagnosing the appliance's malfunction and making repairs quickly. A repair technician can also recommend routine maintenance to extend your washer's life.
Washing machine shaking or vibrating
Excessive shaking or vibrating could indicate several problems, including something as minor as a bulky clothing item sticking to one side of the tub wall or adjusting the feet to level the machine.
There could also be more significant issues with your Whirlpool washer that require a repair technician, such as worn or failed shock absorbers or drive parts or tub bearings that are water damaged from a broken seal.
Washing machine leaking water
If water is pooled at the front or back of your Whirlpool washer, the hot and cold water supply lines and the drain line could be poorly connected, blocked, or need replacement.
If it's a front-loading washer, the door seal might have failed. A clogged water pump filter can cause leakage, or the water pump itself could have failing seals and need to be replaced.
If your Whirlpool washer won't drain, it could be as minor as a kinked or clogged drain hose. But more serious problems could be at hand, including a faulty lid switch, water level control, drain pump, or drive belt.
Washing machine not spinning
When a Whirlpool washer won't spin, the problem could be simple such as an overloaded drum or an improper load balance. Poor draining (see previous) can also prevent the spin cycle from initiating.
The washer could also have failed parts, such as the lid switch, a failed motor or spin solenoid, or a frayed or broken belt.
Washing machine not filling with water
If your inlet lines are receiving water and have not become kinked, there could be a clogged inlet screen on one of the hoses. Barring those problems, your Whirlpool washer could be in need of a new inlet valve, lid switch, pressure switch, temperature selector, or even an electronic control board.
Annual washing machine maintenance
Scheduling regular appliance service ensures your Whirlpool washer will work efficiently and effectively. It can also prevent costly, unexpected repairs over time and extend the life of your appliance.
When you request the Washer and Dryer Clean & Maintain package, your Sears Home Services technician will inspect both appliances for proper functioning, wear and tear, excess noise, and water and gas leaks, while also cleaning internal components.
Why choose Sears Home Services for Whirlpool washer repair?
We know Whirlpool washers
Sears Home Services experts are certified in servicing Whirlpool washing machines, as well as washing machines and major appliances from other manufacturers. From regular maintenance to troubleshooting a major issue, our experienced washing machine repair technicians can help keep your appliance running smoothly.
Breakdowns often occur unexpectedly. Sears Home Services provides flexible scheduling online or over the phone, making it easy to set an appointment that's convenient for you, with same-day or next-day service available in many areas.
We know how helpful it is to receive confirmations or changes regarding your appliance service. When you've scheduled a Whirlpool repair appointment, you'll receive updates via your preferred method: text, email, or phone.
Appliances are an investment for your home. Sears Home Services warranties and protection plans can help ensure a long lifespan. Protect your Whirlpool washer by asking your certified technician about our Appliance Warranty Plans.
Whirlpool washing machine repair FAQ
How long should a Whirlpool washing machine last?
With proper maintenance, you can count on your Whirlpool washer to perform well for a decade or more. The size of your household, which dictates how often the machine is used, will also affect its lifespan. Top-loading washers typically last a few years longer than front-loading machines.
Is it worth repairing a Whirlpool washer?
If your washer is less than 10 years old and the repair is less than half the cost of a new washing machine, it's typically more economical to repair the appliance.
How much does it cost to repair a Whirlpool washer?
Costs for a Whirlpool washer repair can vary by the type of issue, and the parts and time required to complete the service. The average washing machine repair costs $200 to $265.
Replacing a water sensor, a common repair, costs about $150, while installing a new washer gear case can exceed $300. Replacing an electronic control board can cost $300 to $500.
All work done by your Sears Home Services certified repair technician carries a 90-day guarantee. If your washer can't be repaired, you'll typically pay only a service appointment fee, and you'll be eligible for a discount on a new unit.
For homeowners with a Sears Home Services home appliance warranty plan, many services or replacements are covered, and any repairs are guaranteed for 180 days.
What is the most common problem with Whirlpool washing machines?
The most common repairs are replacing the lid switch, leveling the washer, and cleaning or replacing the inlet hoses. The other most common parts failures in washing machines are the motor, coupler, water pump, drive belts, gaskets, and water inlet valves. Sears Home Services stocks or has quick access to replacement parts for many brands.
How do you troubleshoot a Whirlpool washer?
While you might use the owner's manual to troubleshoot some basic problems with your Whirlpool washer, it's often best to contact a certified Sears Home Service repair technician to diagnose the problem. If you're unsure whether you can solve the problem on your own, call Sears Home Service for expert service.
How long does it take to repair a Whirlpool washing machine?
When you request service, Sears Home Service can promptly schedule an appointment online or over the phone, often for same-day or next-day service in many areas. One of our washer repair technicians will come to your home, quickly diagnose the problem, and efficiently execute the repair.
While Sears Home Services stocks a multitude of parts for many brands of washers, access to parts, especially for older machines, could delay repairs past the initial service call.
Schedule your Whirlpool washing machine repair appointment today
Sears Home Services repair professionals are certified specialists you can trust for major household appliance repair services. Whether you own a Whirlpool washing machine or another manufacturer's product, our washer repair experts have years of experience making quality appliance repairs.
For excellent service on Whirlpool washer repairs or maintenance, contact the appliance pros at Sears Home Service either online or over the phone to schedule an appointment at a time that's convenient for you. For urgent repairs, appointments in many areas can be set for same-day or next-day service.
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