Appliance Repair Service & Parts in North Macomb, Mi.
Appliance Parts North Macomb, Mi.
If you’re a DIYer who is looking for appliance parts in North Macomb to fix your broken appliance, visit the A&E Appliance Service parts store at 27422 Gratiot Ave., Roseville, MI 48066. Locally owned and operated since 1949, our parts experts can help you find the correct part for your refrigerator, oven, range, dishwasher, washer or dryer. We carry all major brands of appliance parts. Stop by our store today and see if we have your part in-stock, or call us at (586) 775-0300. We can use your appliance model number to look up your part and see if we have it in stock. Get your in-stock appliance part and make your repair, today!
Get Help Finding Your North Macomb Appliance Part
Confused about what part you need in order to fix your broken North Macomb appliance? Get in-person help at the A&E Appliance Service parts store. Visit or call us at (586) 775-0300. Be sure to know your model number before you visit or call, for faster service.
Appliance Repair Service North Macomb, Mi.
Get fast, same-day appliance repair service in North Macomb from A&E Appliance Service. Locally owned and operated, our techs have the experience and knowledge to fix all major brands of appliances. Whether you need a washer, dryer, refrigerator, oven, stove or dishwasher repair, we can help. Our techs will arrive to your home on-time and with a truck stocked with the most common appliances parts in order to fix your broken appliance that day. Trust the professionals at A&E Appliance Service and call us today!
About North Macomb
North Macomb refers informally to a collection of towns and cities in northern Macomb County like New Haven, Ray Township, Richmond, Armada, Romeo and Washington Township.
Appliance Repair Tip
If your washer will not spin, it might be due to a defective lid switch. The lid switch is a safety device that allows the washer to enter the spin cycle only if it detects the washer lid is closed. Over time, this part can become defective and will need to be replaced. Use a multimeter to test this part for continuity.