For any one of these brands there are some key things to remember about them and you don't have to get too technical to give your washer regular care that will help you extend its life, and keep your clothes coming out fresh as daisies. Over time detergents and fabric softeners can leave residue on the drum of your washer, potentially clogging drainage. Even residue you can't see poses the risk of encouraging mold or mildew growth that will transfer from your washer to your clothes and impart stale, musty odors you don't want. Leaving moisture in your washer can also weaken the water tight seals that keep it from flooding your home. After every wash try to leave the door of your washer open for as long as you can to allow air to circulate and dry both the drum and the gaskets that seal the door to prevent mold from making a home there. You can clean the inside of your washer once a month much like you'd clean a coffee maker by running a cycle without clothes and simple white vinegar and baking soda in place of your usual detergent to strip away any film. Lastly, make sure your washer's base is stable, with the force at which it wrings it can easily get off balance and too much vibration can endanger the hoses that pump water into it or the drives that make it spin.
If something does go awry despite your best efforts Airflow Appliance Repair has you covered for any contingency. We keep a large inventory of top of the line replacement parts to tackle any of your household laundry needs and install them with the expertness that can only come from our years of tackling repairs.