Get and Buy Genuine and durable Washing Machine Repair Spare Parts in Nairobi Kenya.
- 1. Water pump
- 5. Agitator/paddles
- 9. Control panel
- Drain pipe
- Heating element
- Water inlet valve
- Circuit board
Some information on the parts you can get for washing machine repair in Nairobi Kenya
- Drum or tub – this is where the clothes are placed and washed
- Agitator or impeller – this moves the clothes around in the drum
- Motor – powers the agitator or impeller
- Water inlet valves – control the flow of water into the washing machine
- Drain pump – pumps the water out of the washing machine
- Control panel or electronic controls – allows the user to set the wash cycle and other settings
- Lid or door – provides access to the drum.
1. Water pump
The water pump is located inside the washer, so you can’t actually see it. The pump has a double duty of circulating water during the cycle as well as draining the water once the cycle is complete. Some machines may have two different pumps–one that just pumps water, and one that drains. This will vary by model of the washer.
2. Drain pipe
Usually sitting close to the drain pump, the drain pipe will rid all the dirty water from washing a load of laundry out of the tub.
Water inlet control valve
3. Water inlet control valves
Located near the water inlet point. These valves open and close depending on the size of the load and how much water needs to be dispensed for a wash cycle.
There are technically two tubs in your washer. The first one is a movable, perforated tub where the clothes are placed. The perforated surface allows for water to come in and out during the cycle. The outer tub supports the inner tub and also holds water during the washing cycle.
Whether you have an agitator or impeller depends on the model of your washing machine. Regardless of what kind you have, they are located on the inside of the inner tub of your washer, and they are an essential part of cleaning your clothes. Their movements cause clothing to move and rub against each other, which in turn lifts dirt and stains from fabric.
Washing machine motor
6. Washing machine motor
The washing machine motor powers the movement that causes your agitator, discs or drum to rotate as your machine runs through a cycle.
7. Printed circuit board
The printed circuit board (PCB) is the brains of the washing machine. It commands the control panel and wash cycles, as well as firing off the different electronic parts that are needed for your washer to do its job. The PCB is also responsible for water levels, how much detergent is dispensed and other functions your washing machine may have.
Timers on washing machines can either be set manually or automatically, and will set the wash time for your laundry cycles. Not all washers come with a timer, so your washer may not have this feature.
9. Control panel
All your settings and wash cycles will be controlled on this panel, which is either on top or front of the washing machine.
10. Heating element
When using cycles that will run either warm or hot water, this element heats up the water to the desired temperature. Note: Heating elements are model dependent.