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Albion Appliances - Repairing Whitegoods
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Albion Appliances - Repairing Whitegoods

Looking for Appliance Repairs? From our central location we have been out on the road servicing appliances in Brisbane's north for nearly 50 years. We have technicians visiting to inspect and repair most brands of whitegoods daily.

Call us to arrange a call out on 07 3630 1611.

Our technicians have a massive knowledge base between them, spanning the last forty years. So while they have up to the minute training in the new machines they are also able to service the older machines.

We have the parts and the smarts to get your dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, oven, cooktop fridge, or stove back to full working order. If it can be done, it can be done by us. Our technicians carry parts for most of the regular brands so we can get your appliance running smoothly again asap.


Don't forget we can service your appliance in our workshop, saving you the cost of a service call. Ask us about our in house quote service.

So what are you waiting for!? Give our friendly staff a call if you would like an on site repair.



Areas serviced:

Albion, Alderley, Annerley, Arana Hills, Ascot, Ashgrove, Aspley, Auchenflower, Bald Hills, Balmoral, Banyo, Bardon, Boondall, Bowen Hills, Bracken Ridge, Brendale, Bridgeman Downs, Brighton, Bulimba, Carseldine, Chermside, Chermside West, Clayfield, Clontarf, Coorparoo, Deagon, Eagle Farm, East Brisbane, Enoggera, Everton Park, Everton Hills, Ferny Grove, Ferny Hills, Fitzgibbon, Fortitude Valley, Gaythorne, Geebung, Gordon Park, Grange, Hamilton, Hawthorne, Hendra, Herston, Highgate Hill, Holland Park, Indooroopilly, Jindalee, Kangaroo Point, Kedron, Kelvin Grove, Keperra, Lutwyche, McDowall, Milton, Mitchelton, Moorooka, Morningside, New Farm, Newmarket, Newstead, Norman Park, Northgate, Northlakes, Northside, Nudgee, Nundah, Paddington, Red Hill, Redcliffe, Sandgate, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Shorncliffe, South Brisbane, Spring Hill, St Lucia, Stafford Heights, Stafford, Taigum, Teneriffe, The Gap, Toowong, Virginia, Wavell Heights, West End, Wilston, Windsor, Woolloongabba, Wooloowin, Zillmere,

  • Tips & Advice

    • Sometimes we are asked to source new machines with high eco ratings. For dishwashers and washers, that often refers to the amount of waster used, and for dishwashers especially, to the drying part of the cycle.

      Sometimes, though, eco just doesn’t stack up… I know, so sad! But think about it:  the manufacturers want to sell their product in a market that has become increasingly concerned about the damage we do to the environment. They comply with requirements to show their product’s eco ratings, but they need to keep those ratings as positive as possible. So when you see they have a high star rating, think about how they get there. For power use, the rating will be based on usage on the ‘Eco’ cycle on your dishwasher. Hmm.. that means no drying cycle , ok? Was that a consideration when you bought? And for a washer, it may be based on using cold water… in fine print, because of course, you need warm water to get your clothes clean.

      In a top load washer the water usage will be based on you washing two pairs of socks and a couple of pairs of knickers  at low water level.  There are plenty of sites and blogs encouraging users to keep their water low in their top loader, but this will put pressure on the agitator and the motor. We see plenty of broken agitators. So it isn’t worth the saving in water if you have to replace your agitator. Have a look at our blog on miso soup for more info about how much water to use.

      If you want to save water, steer clear of the top load washers as they use way more water than front loaders . The down side is the time they take to get through using 2.5 teaspoons of water for a load.

      If you want to save energy in a dishwasher, run the normal wash, but make sure it is full. Run the eco cycle if you can handle wiping up all the crockery and glasses, but not every time.

      Read More Posted: August, 2018
    • IMG_9246[1]  A mangle or wringer is a mechanical laundry aid consisting of two rollers in a sturdy frame, connected by cogs and, in its home version, powered by a hand crank or electricity. The appliance was originally used to wring water from wet laundry and in 1967 it was a fixed attachment at the top of Granny’s washer and I loved feeding the clothes through when we visited her in the wilds of coastal NSW.

      The vintage model  we have  here at Albion Appliance Service, may be a couple of years less old than 1967, but it does incorporate a safety feature not fully thought out by the manufacturers. Not a day goes by where someone comes in exclaiming’ I remember Nan/ Mum/ Gran had one of these. Weren’t they marvellous/ fun/ dangerous things?’. The clothes washed in the washer, then they were fed through the mangle a the top and any water squeezed out drained straight back into the wash water.  Then they all got a rinse and the whole system went through again. The clothes were basically dry once they had been through, but they did need to be put through tidily so they didn’t crease in unwanted ways.  (We won’t mention her iron, she had to heat that up on the wood stove)

      Earlier models did not have the top roller with a  sprung safety release, and many a customer of ours will tell of someone they know whose fingers ended up a bloody mess from being caught in the mangle. So, enter the spring release. Unfortunately it was not designed with the eager 7 year old in mind, and standing beside the machine when the spring did release would have been a tooth losing experience had I been a few centimetres shorter. Instead it gave me a bruising boot to the sternum.

      But what a water saver! One load of water could see you through loads and loads  of washing. Sure it was black by then , but water was very scarce that first year she lived there.

      We may not still be able to fix up your old wringer, if the parts are no longer around, but there are plenty we can repair for you. Talk to us about repairing your frontloader or top loading washer. they are  not as much fun , but it is a lot safer.           

      Read More Posted: August, 2018
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