Each year, the average American family does nearly 300 loads of laundry, which adds to a lot of wear and tear on your washer. Whereas you can repair certain appliances yourself, not all washing machine troubleshooting is that simple. You may need the assistance of a repair service to fix your equipment properly.
Although hiring a professional to repair your washer will cost you money doing the job yourself when you are not completely sure of the problem may cost you even more.
Rather than going to the laundry mat or washing your clothes by hand, get the issue fixed as soon as possible. Look for these signs that you may need to call a professional.