RepairClinic.com provides do-it-yourself consumers with washing machine parts, maintenance tips, and money-saving home appliance repair help free online.
CANTON, Mich.(PRWeb) - March 17, 2008 - A welcome sight after a gray winter, colorful spring clothes come out, as dark and wooly clothes go into storage. To process the extra laundry loads, washing machines should get a quick evaluation to make sure everything is in peak running order.
“First, to avoid water damage in your home, check washing machine hoses for leaks, blisters or ruptures,” says Chris Hall, president of RepairClinic.com, Canton, Mich. “Don’t overload your washer and try using a mesh laundry bag for delicate clothing. Check pockets for small chains or metal objects to avoid damaging your washer.”
RepairClinic.com provides DIY consumers with washing machine parts, accessories, and cleaners—in addition to parts photos, appliance diagrams, and free information and repair help online. Some basic maintenance steps for a washing machine include:
“If you want to give your washer a spring cleaning, wipe the painted steel or porcelain-coated steel cabinet with a little dish detergent and a damp rag. For stubborn stains, a non-abrasive cleanser can be used on porcelain,” explains Hall. “If there is a problem with your washing machine—such as, it won’t drain, spin, or fill properly—go to www.RepairClinic.com and chose ‘repair help’ at the top of the page.”.
To provide live, free appliance repair help, RepairClinic.com hosts “The Appliance Repair Show” every Sunday on News/Talk 760 WJR Radio in Detroit from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET. DIY listeners across the U.S. can access the show via the radio station’s “Listen Live” area on their website wjr.com.
Founded in Canton, Mich., in 1999, RepairClinic.com® is the most comprehensive online resource for do-it-yourself home appliance repair help, parts and information. The site features more than 80 appliance brands—including Kenmore, Whirlpool, Maytag, GE, Frigidaire, and LG—across 16 appliance types (e.g., washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, ovens, and dishwashers). Do-it-yourselfers use the intuitive database, PartDetective®, to find the part they need or the leading-edge service, RepairGuru®, for customized, free repair help. Appliance parts are stocked in a 72,000 sq. ft. facility and shipped the same business day. Visit www.RepairClinic.com for more information.