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Spare Parts and repairs, Used parts and new parts for all types of appliances.

Through our years of service, we have built up a great relationship with many manufacturers and spare part providers giving us access to a massive range of spare parts!

With Albion Appliance Service, regardless of your type of appliance, with our network of providers you can count on us to have what you need!

Specializing in new and used parts for all types of domestic and white goods we can supply parts from different suppliers, making our service to you more extensive – no matter what sort of brand of appliance you have.

Focusing on a prompt efficient service, we can have your appliance working again quickly at a fraction of the cost of replacing your white goods!

Call us with your brand and model number
we may have the part you need!



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, Stafford Heights, Taigum Teneriffe, The Gap, Toowong, Virginia, Wavell Heights, West End, Wilston, Windsor, Woolloongabba, Wooloowin, Zillmere.

  • Tips & Advice

    • How much is your washing machine/ freezer/fridge worth?  If you bought it off Gumtree and paid $100 it may be worth nothing (buyer beware – you can’t pick  guarantees on that tree), or like my customer Aileen today, it may be worth whatever it costs to replace it if you don’t want to fix it. Sometimes its a gem, and for $100 it continues to provide good solid service as a freezer or washer, for sometime, but suddenly there is a problem.

      Because you only paid $100 for it, you think its not worth fixing for more than $100 because you didn’t pay much for it. But wait, what was it worth to you? Not ‘how much did you pay for it?’ Last week when it was working, it was worth the price of a new freezer, because you have to look at its replacement value. Having been a great appliance, you need to think of it as something you paid full price for. Will you value it more highly if you do?

      We tend to think because something is cheap or free, that it is not worth anything, but remove it and you will have to replace it. This means an appliance store, or..

      no no NO…..try not to buy electrical goods on Gumtree, unless you can get some kind of warranty if it breaks down in 2 weeks’ time. We get lots of calls from people who bought a great bargain there only to find the fridge tripping the power or not keeping the milk cold once they get it home.

      Read More Posted: October, 2018
    • 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
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