Appliance Repair Company of Blissfield

Appliance Repair Company of Blissfield Blissfield's Foremost Appliance Repair Company

We specialize in providing the very best customer service. Always on time, always professional. All of our technicians are MCAP certified, and our friendly office staff is always glad to assist you. Our customer service really is Excellent! We can help you get your appliances back in business again, quickly and at a reasonable cost. We can fix almost all major appliances. We provide the following services: appliance repair, washer and dryer repair, refrigerator repair, refrigerant recovery, dishwasher repair, stove, range and oven repair, safety checks, microwave repair, commercial and built in, laundry equipment service, appliance recycling, washer repair, front load repair, HE, dryer repair, major appliances,, garbage disposal repair, installation, inspection We service most brands: Sears, Kenmore, Whirlpool, Maytag, GE, LG, Hotpoint, Roper, Fisher & Paykel, Sub Zero, Jenn Aire, General Electric, Samsung, Kitchen Aid, Frigidaire, Electrolux, Westinghouse, Tappan, and more. Toledo, Ohio: 43602, 43604, 43605, 43606, 43607, 43608, 43609, 43610, 43611, 43612, 43613, 43614, 43615, 43617, 43623, 43624, 43635, Curtice OH. 43412, Bradner OH. 43406, Genoa OH. 43430, Luckey Ohio 43443, Millbury OH. 43447, Pemberville OH. 43450, Rossford OH. 43460, Stony Ridge OH. 43463, Walbridge OH. 43465, Berkey OH. 43504, Grand Rapids OH. 43522, Haskins OH. 43525, Holland OH. 43528, Lyons OH. 43533, Maumee OH. 43537, Metamora OH. 43540, Monclova OH. 43542, Perrysburg OH. 43551, Swanton OH. 43558, Sylvania OH. 43560, Waterville OH. 43566, Whitehouse OH. 43571, Northwood OH. 43619, Michigan area zip codes: Dundee MI. 48131, Erie MI. 48133, Ida MI. 48140, Lambertville MI. 48144, La Salle MI. 48145, Luna Pier MI. 48157, Manchester MI. 48158, Milan MI. 48160, Maybee MI. 48159, Monroe MI. 48161, Monroe MI. 48162, Saline MI. 48176, Samaria MI. 48177, Temperance MI. 48182, Addison MI. 49220, Adrian MI. 49221, Blissfield MI. 49228, Britton MI. 49229, Brooklyn MI. 49230, Cement City MI. 49233, Clayton MI. 49235, Clinton MI. 49236, Deerfield MI. 49238, Hudson MI. 49247, Jasper MI. 49248, Manitou Beach MI. 49253, Morenci MI. 49256, Onsted MI. 49265, Ottawa Lake MI. 49267, Palmyra MI. 49268, Petersburg MI. (49270, Riga MI. 49276, Sand Creek MI. 49279, Somerset MI. 49281, Somerset Center MI. 49282, Tecumseh MI. 49286, Tipton MI. 49287, Weston MI. 49289


When a customer calls looking for a washing machine repair technician, Dave sends his best service man that specializes in laundry appliances. The friendly neighborhood appliance repair man will show up on time, quickly diagnose the problem and likely gain another loyal customer.

When things do not seem to be working as they should, there are several things the owner can check before calling the washing machine repair man. Here are some suggestions:

Leaking water – Constant water pressure will weaken the rubber water hose and cause the connectors to rust. The washing machine repair man can replace the rubber hose with a stainless steel hose that will last much longer.

Noise and Vibration – The washer repair man will make sure the machine is level so that it doesn’t rock and slide during the spin cycle.

Poor draining – Lint can collect in the lint drain and block the flow of water. Some machines have lint filters that should be cleaned regularly.

Clean the outside – Keeping the washing machine clean on the outside is purely aesthetic, but it helps in the long run. A washing machine will quickly look old and ugly if not kept clean. Since the appliance is capable of functioning for 10 years or more, why not keep it looking good too?

There are some things the owner can do themselves to keep their washer operating smoothly, but when it comes to service, they should call a washing machine repair specialist. Washers use a combination of water and electricity which can make repairing them dangerous for the average homeowner.

Dave Smith Appliance Repair technicians are qualified to service most makes and models of home appliances. They are licensed and insured and they will respect the customer’s home, clean up after themselves and often provide tips to help them get more from their appliances.


About Dave Smith Appliance Service LLC:
Dave Smith began working in the appliance industry while still in High School in 1979. Dave began his own appliance repair service in 1983 and operated on his own for many years. Dave Smith Appliance Service is now a family operated business with several service vehicles and a full time office staff. Dave’s and his technicians are MCAP certified and Dave is a Certified Service Manager as well. Few companies have this level of accreditation. Dave Smith is a member of the Professional Servicers Association, United Servicers Association and the Better Business Bureau as an accredited member with an A+ rating.


Though Dave Smith recommends professional appliance repair to ensure safety and performance, he understands that some owners are mechanically inclined and able to do it themselves. This creates a demand for easy to find appliance parts and advice and Smith is happy to provide this service.

Reliable appliance repair is in high demand as people are doing everything they can to save money and preserve the environment. Repairing old appliances when possible makes great sense as it prevents excess waste from going into the landfills and saves energy and resources needed to manufacture new appliances.

When the job requires the knowledge and experience of a trained professional, Dave Smith Appliance Repair is the one area residents and business owners rely on most.

Dave Smith has worked in the appliance service business since he was in high school and he opened his own appliance repair company in 1983. The business grew quickly and today Dave has a full time office staff and several Certified Master Technicians to provide the best appliance repair service in the area. He has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and he earned the 2012 Angie’s List Super Service Award, which is only given to about 5% of companies rated by Angie’s List.


Should Some Items be Washed by Hand?

Some things simply should not be put anywhere inside the dishwasher. Delicate items such as china, crystal and collectibles will likely be marred in the tumultuous environment. Wooden objects will sometimes swell and crack or absorb cleaning chemicals when machine washed. Corrosion and abrasion can form pits in a multitude of metals including silver, aluminum, tin, pewter, brass, bronze, cast iron, and gold leaf. Quality blades will be dulled over time by relentless grinding against neighboring items.
While exquisite tableware can be damaged through machine washing, do not be afraid to pop in normal everyday items.

A well-loaded dishwasher can do a better job of cleaning dishes than you could with your own two hands. Each and every one of your dishes will be cleansed for the entire time that the appliance runs. The heating element raises the water’s temperature above that of normal hot water to better sanitize your dishes. For your convenience, you can fill up the dishwasher gradually, inserting dishes as they become dirty. It is worthwhile to know how to correctly load your dishwasher because having a predictable supply of well-cleaned dishes adds to your peace of mind.


Dishwasher Tips
Here are some tips from the local dishwasher repair man:

If your dishwasher is not cleaning every item thoroughly and consistently, your problem may not be that the appliance is broken. Poor performance could be due to the fact that you are not using good strategy when arranging dishes in the machine. It is not enough to just toss items into your dishwasher haphazardly and run a cycle. You must understand how your machine distributes water so you can ensure that every piece of tableware is adequately washed.

How Does Your Dishwasher Operate?

It is a common misconception that the dishwasher fills entirely with water, so every item will be cleansed no matter which direction it is facing. This is not so. In fact, only the basin at the bottom is flooded. Here, an element heats up the water, and a pump pushes water though a twirling sprayer that vigorously flings the hot water upward and outward. Sprayer arms are always positioned at the bottom of the dishwasher; sometimes additional arms are placed at the top or center as well. Dish detergent is added to the water. It uses enzymes that will only be activated in the presence of food, so do not completely rinse your dishes before running the dishwasher. With all of these things going on inside your machine, you must think carefully when loading it up.

What is the Best Way to Arrange Your Dishes?

You can orient your dishes in a way that takes advantage of this environment. The dirtiest side of each dish should face toward the center and be tilted downward when possible. Put the largest items along the back and sides of the machine so that they do not shield the smaller item from the sprayer. Situate your cups and bowls at an angle so that water will trickle off instead of forming puddles. Dishes will remain dirty if they are stacked directly onto each other. Even the tips of the prongs that support your glasses can create water spots.

Bear in mind that lot of motion takes place within your dishwasher as it operates. Powerful jets of water rock the dishes as sprayer arms spin round and round. Fragile items adjacent to rattling tableware can be smashed. Sometimes objects are carried away upon surges of water. If pieces of plastic drop onto the floor, the heating element can melt them, so be sure to secure plastic items well. Fallen objects can impede the rotation of the bottom sprayer arm. Likewise, large plates or long utensils can block the upper sprayer arm.

So where do you put each specific item? While to some degree the structure of the dishwater racks answers that question for you, there is a wide range of adjustments that must be made by you. For example, face the dirty side of each place toward the sprayer when placing it in its slot. Large pans and sheets can block the torrent of water, so position them around the outside edges. Tilt bowls and cups when placing them in between the prongs. Avoid cramming items tightly together even if they seem to fit better that way, as they might break. If your bin for holding silverware has a special closeable compartment, store all your plastic belongings in there lest they fall onto the heating element at the bottom.

The matter of arranging silverware deserves special attention. When two similar pieces of silverware are set next to each other, they often “spoon,” or stick together. This is a frequent cause of silverware remaining dirty at the end of the cleaning cycle. The best way to resolve this problem is to both alternate spoons and forks and also alternate placing them upside-down and right-side up. Knives should be planted with blades down so that you never fillet yourself.


West Adrian St
Blissfield, MI

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 18:00
Thursday 08:00 - 18:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Saturday 09:00 - 16:00


(517) 486-4265


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