Three Ways To Troubleshoot A Washing Machine That Won't Spin

Posted on: 23 September 2015

Having a working washing machine is important, especially when you have a large family. If you notice that your washing machine will turn on and fill with water, but does not spin, the malfunction could be something serious or something minor. Most issues that cause a washing machine to not spin can be easily diagnosed with a little bit of knowhow. The following guide walks you through the process of identifying what could be causing your top loading washing machine to stop spinning.
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Two Questions New Homeowners May Have About Their Ovens

Posted on: 4 September 2015

Your home's appliances serve a variety of functions, but there are few that are more essential than your oven. While it may be possible to eat out, this can be extremely expensive and unhealthy. Yet, there are many homeowners that have a very poor understanding of their ovens, which can cause them to be unsure of the issues these devices can encounter. After you learn the answers to the following questions, you should find that this is a much easier device for you to understand.
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Get The Dishwasher Fixed Or Return To Hand Washing?

Posted on: 5 August 2015

If your dishwasher has quit working, you might be debating whether or not to get it fixed. Maybe you don't generate enough dirty dishes to use it every day and you figure you could just wash them by hand. There actually are sound reasons to use a dishwasher instead of hand-washing dishes. Consider those factors before deciding to shut the dishwasher door for good. Using Less Water You probably use more water when washing a load of dishes by hand.
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Central Air Conditioner: How The Box Outside Produces Cool Air Inside

Posted on: 24 June 2015

If you have a central air conditioner, you probably just take it for granted that it produces cool air. However, if you are the particularly curious type, you may want to know how that large box located outside your house produces the cold air inside your house. Knowing how your air conditioner works is not just a fun pursuit, but it also helps you determine what could be wrong with your air conditioner when it does not seem to be working correctly.
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