It is not a very hard job for the consumer to maintain the machine in good condition. At the outset the users should follow the instructions given in the manual supplied along with the machine. Manufacturers prescribe certain methods to maintain the machine in good condition. Physical inspection of the interior and exterior of the machine before and after every wash is necessary. Never overload the machine with more clothes than what is prescribed. Electrical connections should be perfect not only to protect the machine but also the person who operates it.
If, however, you're having trouble putting your finger on exactly what the problem with your machine is, it can be nearly impossible to devise an appropriate washing machine repair plan. In that case, you have three options: Put up with the problem and hope that it goes away, Get rid of the malfunctioning unit and purchase a brand-new one; or, Find a washer and dryer repair technician who can help you diagnose and treat the problem. Obviously, there are pros and cons for each of the scenarios outlined, so it will be up to you to consider your budgetary constraints and any other important factors before making a decision.