Welcome to appliance-repair-it! Throughout this website I will guide you through appliance repair. So if you are a do it yourself kind of person this is the right website for you. It's because of people like you I have created this website. I love to help people that are willing to try. All it takes is a little effort and help from this website and you will repair your appliance in no time.
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I have been in the appliance repair business since 1996. Back then it was just a summer job because I was just 14 years old and still in school. Since then it has become a career and something I am passionate about. Yes you heard correctly, I love my job (well not as much as fishing but that’s another story). I love repairing appliances and over the years I have become an expert at it. I am so passionate about appliance repair that I am willing to share my knowledge with you.
Did you know that about half of the appliances I repair I do so without any parts. Yet the average service fee is still $110-$200 dollars. You can save that money and much more just by using my website and following the steps I provide in repairing your appliance. So whatever you are working on: refrigerator, washer, dryer, ect., I can guide you in repairing most major home appliances. But what if you need a part? Don’t worry, I can point you in the right direction for that as well.
As you navigate this website you will notice that I may not specify what brand I am talking about. That’s because some things you check are the same no matter what the brand name. This doesn’t mean that the parts are the same just that the procedure for checking them is the same. For example, ranges are very generic. For the most part, if you have worked on one range you have worked on them all, with some exceptions of course. On the other hand, washing machines vary greatly from one brand to another.
You will also notice that I will focus mostly on General Electric and Whirlpool appliances. I have done this for two reasons; one is because I am more knowledgeable in these two brands and the second reason is most other appliance brands are made by one of these two companies. For example, General Electric makes Hotpoint and Roper is made by Whirlpool. Both of those companies make Kenmore.
Some brands like Bosch and Sub Zero are not popular in the region I work in so I don’t have the opportunity to service them often enough to accurately guide you in repairing those brands. However, I encourage you to give my website a try. Even if you do have a brand that I don’t cover you may learn something that will help you repair your appliance.