How To Replace A Dishwasher Heating Element

Posted on: 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.
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How To Replace The Lid Switch On A Top-Load Washing Machine

Posted on: 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.
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3 Reasons Your Freezer Runs All The Time

Posted on: 10 February 2016

The motor inside of your freezer should not be constantly on. Your freezer should cycle on and off. There should be times when your freezer is quiet, and other times when it is running and making sounds. If your freezer never seems to take a rest, something is wrong with it. Here are the three most common reasons your freezer never seems to turn off, listed in the order they are most likely to occur in.
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How To Easily Replace Your Oven's Power Cord

Posted on: 14 January 2016

It is not uncommon for the power cord on your oven to wear out long before your oven does. If the power cord on your oven is damaged or defective, you need to change it out. Here is how you can easily replace your oven's power cord on your own. Prepare Your Oven The first thing you need to do is prepare your oven for the repair job. Go to your circuit board and flip the switch for the circuit that powers your oven; that way, you can be sure that your oven is off.
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