Our staff at American Repair Service is eager to get to work for you whenever you need our Long Island appliance repair expertise. We would rather not waste your time or ours, so we have decided to offer some helpful hints to troubleshoot before getting in touch with us for Samsung washer dryer repair.
Obviously the first step to troubleshooting your washer and dryer is to check the power source. This might be as simple as the machines not being plugged in, or it could be a more pervasive electrical problem, perhaps an outlet is faulty or not offering enough juice to run your washer or dryer. The machine might also simply not turn on if, due to heavy use, it is overheating. In this case, you might not require Samsung washer dryer repair; the machine might just need a little rest.
In other cases, the problem might be simply that a jammed lint filter is reducing the heat of your clothes dryer. Another cause is there might be a clog in a house, making draining a slower or a more difficult process. In each of these cases, a quick inspection and cleaning out the offending blockage can go a long way.