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Samsung Washer Repair – Control Board

Samsung Washer Repair

Samsung Washer Repair in San Diego

Like many other newer washing machines, this Samsung washing machine is mostly controlled by electronics. Circuit boards control everything from the temperature of the water to detecting when the washer has drained completely. When these electronics fail, your washing machine will stop working correctly.

We are very experienced with Samsung and LG Washers and Dryers. We offer affordable Samsung Washer Repair in San Diego and surrounding areas.  » Read more

Kenmore Washer Repair – Main Control PCB

Faulty controller unit in Kenmore Washer Repair

Affordable Kenmore Washer Repair done right the first time! This Kenmore Front Load Washer wouldn’t turn on at all and needed a replacement main controller board to fix the problem.

The main control board is the “brain” of the washing machine. The buttons on the front of the washer, and all of the sensors inside the machine connect to this “brain” box. If the main control board doesn’t work correctly, it must be replaced with an OEM part.

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The boards themselves are non-serviceable as they have usually been coated in a thick layer of hot glue. The hot glue coating helps the PCB’s components resist damage due to machine vibrations. » Read more

KitchenAid Ice Maker Repair

KitchenAid Ice Maker Repair
Newer refrigerators take advantage of advanced electronic sensor technologies give us super user friendly home appliances. Whirlpool KitchenAid’s AquaSense Ice Maker uses wireless technology to communicate with the rest of the refrigerator. KitchenAid Ice Maker Repair is just one of the many specialty repair services that we offer.

We can get the right part for you at the right price for any KitchenAid Ice Maker Repair! » Read more

Microwave Repair – Thermal Fuse Repair

Sometimes buying a new microwave is not always the most inexpensive option. This above-range microwave needed a new thermostat fuse. It’s a inexpensive part so it’s was a better option to repair this microwave than it was to buy a new one.

No microwave repair if it catches on fire. This microwave overheated and caught on fire. (Picture courtesy of DeGrow.com)

This microwave overheated and caught on fire. (Picture courtesy of DeGrow.com)

A thermal fuse can trip when the microwave overheats. This can happen from cooking food for an extended period of time.

A thermostat fuse is designed to protect your microwave from overheating. If your thermal fuse has been activated by your microwave overheating, your microwave will stop working. » Read more