How To Deep Clean Your Front-Loading Washing Machine To Get Rid Of Smells
1 November 2016
Front-loading washing machines look nice, use less water, and are energy efficient. The downside to front-loading washing machines is the inner rubber gasket that can accumulate debris and dirt. If this dirt is left in your machine, it can cause the machine to smell after time, leaving your "clean" clothes not so clean. Your clothes may have a musty or moldy smell, or depending on what you have washed in your machine, an entirely different smell.
Tips For An Efficient Refrigerator
26 July 2016
Maintaining the efficiency of the refrigerator requires a bit of work and some common sense. If you stand with the door open trying to decide on what you want to munch on, for example, the compressor will have to make up for your delay. Fortunately, there are ways you can increase the efficiency of your refrigerator and avoid refrigerator repair.
Stay Away From Heat Sources
If at all possible, the refrigerator should be placed away from the oven, range, dishwasher, and any space in the kitchen that produces heat.
How To Replace A Dishwasher Heating Element
10 May 2016
If your dishwasher isn't drying dishes, you need to replace the heating element. The heating element, which is installed on the bottom of the wash tub, heats the water during wash and rinse cycles. You should be able to replace the heating element on your own without a repair service, but if you do need help talk with a place like All Appliance Service Inc for more information. Here are some tips to replace the heating element in a dishwasher.
How To Replace The Lid Switch On A Top-Load Washing Machine
14 April 2016
The lid switch on a top-load washing machine operates as a sensor that lets the washing machine know when the lid is closed. The lid closure can trigger the start of water filling the tub while the opening of the lid can stop the water from filling or simply prevent the unit from moving on to the spinning cycle. A malfunctioning lid switch can make your unit think the lid is open – or closed – when the other condition is actually true.