Answers to your appliance repair questions

Is your washer not spinning? Is your clothes dryer not drying? Is your dishwasher not draining? Ever wonder where you can get answers to these questions for free? AP Wagner’s Appliance Repair Forum is the place for you.

The Appliance Repair Forum is free to use and read and you can ask questions about your own appliance problem. To use it, register online (which is free) and find the appropriate forum to post your question. The repair forum has message boards for every popular household appliance including: Refrigerator & Freezer Repair, Gas Range/Oven/Cooktop Repair, Washer/Washing Machine Repair  and many more.

Be sure to post the appliance’s age, make, and model number in order to get the best answer to your appliance repair question.  If you do not know your appliance’s model number, or where to look for it, this page will help you locate it.

The repair board will help you get answers to what is wrong with your appliance. Before examining your appliance, be sure to unplug your appliance. Photographs and labeling wires will help you to reassemble your appliance once you have it apart.

APWagner.com can help you purchase the correct appliance parts for your machine. Enter your appliance’s model number into the part finder to find a list of parts for your appliance’s make and model. It will also present you with inside diagrams of your appliance, which will aid you in your appliance repair.

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5 responses to “Answers to your appliance repair questions

  1. I frequently brag that our 19 year old Kenmore washer and dryer is far superior to any modern appliance made today. All the new stuff looks a lot cooler but has all kinds of electronics that will break years and years before my “old fashioned” machines bite it. That’s my bias. Having burned through many dishwashers and refrigerators in that same time period that my washer and dryer have never been serviced, it will be hard to convince me that modern appliance makers care a hoot about quality. They seem to want to sell me on bells and whistles and hope I’m back in a handful of years to buy their latest, unreliable machine.

    Okay, enough with the ranting. While I believe all this is true, I also admit that my current Kenmore washer and (propane) dryer are probably not very efficient. My question concerns water. We’re in a semi-rural area, on a well system. We don’t have great water pressure. On “wash day” you can just about forget about taking showers — almost no pressure while the washer runs and runs, and the hot water heater (55 gal) doesn’t do a great job keeping up either after multiple washer loads. If I were to say goodbye to my beloved old Kenmore washer, how much less water can I expect to draw every weekend?

    — Steve in Maryland

  2. I have a KitchenAid glasstop electric cooktop. It’s a 30″ model KECC507BBL1. The large ,rear left burner will come on and heat up for a few seconds and then turn off, all by itself even when the control knob is in the off position. Any advice you can give me, including part numbers would be a great help. Also do you think it’s worth repairing?

    -clayton

  3. I have a KitchenAid glasstop electric cooktop. It’s a 30″ model KECC507BBL1. The large ,rear left burner will come on and heat up for a few seconds and then turn off, all by itself even when the control knob is in the off position. Any advice you can give me, including part numbers would be a great help. Also do you think it’s worth repairing?
    -clayton

  4. I have a kenmore 80 series dryer and I cant figure out why it keeps shutting off after about 3 minutes of running.. Unless its on air dry

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