Washers make doing laundry quick and easy, ensuring your clothes are always clean and ready to wear. Sometimes, your Crosley washer may experience problems, but with a few simple maintenance tips you can continue using it for years. Avoid loud, rough wash cycles by following these three simple tips when using your washer.
A washer stuffed with too many clothes puts strain on multiple washer parts, such as the motor and agitation fans. An overloaded washer may not run as efficiently due to the heavy weight, and the cycle could damage the appliance, causing future problems. Use smaller loads, especially with heavy or high-absorbency items.
For this washer repair help tip, a level is useful. Ensure the washer sits level on the floor, and adjusting the feet if necessary. You can also use a sturdy, stable board to provide an even surface for the washer. When the appliance is level, load the clothes evenly throughout the basin of top-loading machines to prevent excess vibrations during the wash cycle.
Check the filters and dispensers for detergent and softener for buildup, and clean it away with a soft cloth and washer-safe cleanser. Cracks and crevices should also be checked for lingering debris. This process also helps prevent odor and mold in the washer, so clothes come out smelling clean.
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