Seattle Appliance Repair and Service
Seattle Appliance Repair is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for all of your appliance repair service needs. We perform same-day repair services in Seattle and all of the surrounding areas. We repair all brands and models of major appliances, such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, ovens, garbage disposals and trash compactors. There is no charge for our service call if we perform the repair, and we don't apply an extra charge for night, weekend or holiday appointments. Our appliance repair technicians are professionally trained and aim to provide you with service that ensures 100% satisfaction. You pay the lowest possible price for repairs on your major appliances. We back all of our repair estimates with a low-price guarantee policy.
Call us with confidence at our toll free number for a same-day appliance repair appointment in Seattle at:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you.
We service and repair the following appliance brands in Seattle:
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complete list of the brands we repair and service
You can schedule your same-day Seattle Appliance Repair Service appointment simply by calling us at our toll-free line:
Or contact us via email. Please include your contact information, your name and a brief explanation of the problem you are experiencing with your major appliance. As soon as we receive the email, we will contact you to schedule your appointment with Seattle Appliance Repair Service.
Our repair service area for major appliance repairs includes the entire Seattle and surrounding areas. Please view the complete list below:
Ballard Beacon Hill
Beaux Arts Village
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Important: We provide you information on how you can increase the life of your appliance and how you can save money on your gas, electric and water bills by using your appliance in the most efficient way. It is posted here without any suggestions that you do the appliance repairs on your own. Most appliance repairs require specific tools, professional knowledge and experience. Repairs for gas and electric systems can become extremely dangerous if you don't have the experience or knowledge needed. For experienced, professional appliance repair help in Seattle call us 24/7 at:
VARIOUS APPLIANCE REPAIRS
Following is it list of cosmetic appliance repair and the tools and materials
Needed to make them:
Primer, enamel paint, blending agent, 360 grade wet-or-dry sandpaper, masking tape, auto-body rubbing compound, dishwashing detergent wood wedges, glazing compound, tape, vacuum cleaner, special food waste disposer wrench, broom-stick or hammer, flashlight, tongs, special food waste disposer wrench, screwdriver, nut driver, silicone lubricant, nut driver, screwdriver, adjustable pliers, adjustable wrench, no. 000 steel wool, rust remover, rust-inhibiting paint
• Spray can of enamel paint that matches the color of the panel
• Spray can of lending agent
• Sheet of no. 360 wet-or-dry sandpaper
• Sandpaper pad
• Masking tape
• Auto-body rubbing compound
2. Mix a little dishwashing detergent (not dishwasher detergent, but the liquid kind of detergent used for hand-washing dishes) with hot water and rub the panel with the suds. "Then rinse the panel with clear, cold water. Use clean rags only—not a brush or an abrasive such as steel wool, which can cause more scratches.
3. Attach a piece of no. 360 wet-or-dry sand-paper to the sandpaper pad. Dip it in cold water. Sand the scratched area and two inches on each side of it until paint and primer are removed, and bare metal is exposed. Note: Dip the sandpaper in cold water frequently during the sanding process.
4. Wipe the surface dry with a clean cloth. Try to remove all dust left by sanding.
5. Mask the area that is being refinished by taping newspaper around it, leaving exposed the bare metal and a border of about an inch of the original finish.
6. Hold the spray can of primer about 12 inches front the area. Keeping the can in constant motion, spray on one light coat of primer. Sweep the can across the spot in one direction only—either to the left or right. Then wait for the primer to dry. Examine the result. If bare metal still shows through, spray on another light coat of primer. Continue spraying one coat at a time, allowing each coat to dry, until there is no show-through.
7. Attach a clean piece of no. 360 wet-or-dry sandpaper to the sandpaper pad and dip it in cold water. Sweep it gently over the primed area once or twice. This procedure serves to roughen the primer a little and provide the enamel paint with some "tooth" on which to adhere. Wipe off dust left by the sandpaper.
8. Apply the enamel paint by making only one sweep with the spray across the surface and one sweep back. Then let the paint dry before judging the results. If another coat of finish paint is needed, again sweep the paint once across the spot and once back.
9. When the enamel has dried, remove the newspaper and masking tape.
10. Spray a light coat of blending agent on the refinished surface. Extend the coat a couple of inches beyond that area onto the original paint. Let the agent dry. Do not rub it off.
11. Place a little auto-body rubbing com-pound on a clean cloth and gently wipe it over the area, using a circular motion. Use a clean rag to wipe off the residue.
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