MIELE Appliance Repair

Miele Appliance Repair Service

The History of the Miele Appliance Company

Miele appliance repair is sometimes needed when appliances have issues or need to be repaired.

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We provide repair service:

  • Miele Dishwasher Repair
  • Miele Washer Service
  • Miele Dryer Repair
  • Miele Refrigerator Service
  • Miele Cooktop Repair
  • Miele Oven Repairs
  • Miele Microwave Repair

The Miele Appliance Company began as the Meteor brand and they made things like butter churns and washing machine in the form of a tub. They also made a product that was used to separate butter. The company began with Carl Miele and Reinhard Zincann working together to manufacture and sell the products. Even though they were using the name Meteor, the Miele trademark was already being used on many of their products and in their different advertisements. In the early 1910’s the company began to make washing machines that used water to power them. The two of them also began to try to make motorcars during this time. In the years that followed, they continued to make even better washing machines that used flanges and a motor. They also began to make commercial washing machines that used coal and gas to power them.

Many found that Miele appliance repair was needed from time to time with these products. In the 1930’s the company came out with their very first canister vacuum that they marketed for household use. They also began to make a variety of different bicycles during this decade. In the 1940’s the Miele Appliance Company started to make stoves. They also came out with a brand new washing machine that was very different from their previous model in that it used an agitator in the lid. In the following decade, the company started to make a washing machine that was designed to be horizontal rather than vertical. The company continued to make expansions on their products all the way until the present day with their ecologically friendly and energy efficient products. Even so, sometimes these products will need Miele appliance repair.

Some Common Issues that People Experience with their Miele Vacuum Cleaners

Miele vacuum cleaners are highly specialized machines. They are very delicate and unique machines that often need to have professional repair done to them because of their unique manufacture. One common issue that people have been known to experience with these Miele vacuum cleaners is that they become clogged. One thing that you can check if this happens is to make sure that there is not a clog in the bag of the vacuum. Next, you should check to see if the head of the vacuum has anything stuck within it. The manual that came with your vacuum cleaner should tell you how you can look in the bag. If these methods fail, you probably will need some professional Miele appliance repair in your area. This should not be something that should be a huge issue for them to fix for you.

One other common problem that people tend to experience with Meile Vacuum cleaners is that the cord winder starts to have problems, like getting stuck or not winding. Additionally, have been consumers that have had issues with the motors on their specialized Meile vacuum cleaners as well. With some simple steps, you should have no problem troubleshooting the cord winder issue yourself.

 

How to Troubleshoot the Repair of the Cord Winder

The very first thing that you need to do before doing anything else is unplug the appliance. It’s imperative that you do this, so that you do not get hurt or cause damage to the delicate insides of the machine. The next thing that you will want to do is crack open the appliance and take the bag out. You will have to remove the clips in order to do this. If you do not feel comfortable with this, consider seeking professional Miele appliance repair. If you do elect to continue, the next step is to take the air filter out. The switch assembly on the machine will need to come out next. You will have to then remove the assembly.

The next thing that needs to come out is the screws. You should have no trouble getting them out if you can figure out where they are placed. Next, you should turn the appliance upside down. This will make it so the base part on the vacuum will be at the top. The cord winder can be found at the very top of the machine from where you are looking. It’s found right next to the motor of the machine. Next, there is one screw on the connection here that you need to take off so that you can disconnect the rest. Now, all you have to do is replace the cord winder. If you have had no luck, you should consider Miele appliance repair.

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Appliances Electrical Services Inc, 5200 White Oak Ave Encino, CA 91316

Brands we repair

  • Admiral, AGA, A-line, Amana, Arctica
  • Asko, Broan, Bosch, Caloric,Chambers
  • Crown, Dacor, DCS, Dynasty, Electrolux
  • Fisher and Paykel, Frigidaire, Gaggenau
  • GE, General Electric, Hot point, Imperial
  • Jenn air, Kenmore, Kirkland, Kitchen Aid
  • LG, La cornue, Magic Chef, Marvel
  • Maytag, Modern Maid, Monogram
  • Profile, Roper, Samsung, Sears
  • Speed Queen, Sub Zero,Tappan
  • Thermador, Traulsen, True, U-line
  • Universal, Utility, Viking, Wedgewood
  • Whirlpool, White Westinghouse, Wolf
  • Beverage Air, O'keefe and Merritt

Areas We Serve

  • Los Angeles
  • Pasadena
  • Encino
  • Tarzana
  • West Hollywood
  • Glendale
  • Burbank
  • Altadena
  • La Canada
  • Beverly Hills
  • Granada Hills
  • Studio City
  • Hollywood
  • West Los Angeles
  • Sherman Oaks
  • Santa Monica
  • Sun Valley
  • Reseda
  • Bel-Air
  • Woodland Hills
  • Culver City
  • North Hollywood

Appliances we repair

  • Washing machines
  • Dryers (gas and electric)
  • Dishwashers
  • Ovens (gas and electric)
  • Stoves (gas and electric)
  • Ranges (gas and electric)
  • CookTops (gas and electric)
  • Microwave
  • Ovens
  • Garbage disposals
  • Trash compactors
  • Refrigerators
  • Freezers
  • Refrigerator ice makers
  • Ice machines and ice makers
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hoods