Dishwasher Troubleshooting Tips For Leaks

Posted on: 5 January 2021

Your dishwasher reduces the amount of cleaning you need to perform after large family meals. But with improper or excessive use, water may start to leak from the appliance. Before hiring a technician to inspect and fix the machine, perform some troubleshooting techniques. The Water Inlet Valve The water inlet valve, wash arm assemblies, and seal are critical parts that may have become damaged and require replacement materials. First, shut off the water supply and inspect the water inlet valve.
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What To Do If Your Washing Machine Stops Working

Posted on: 7 August 2020

The washing machine in your home is one appliance that gets a lot of use. If you have a large family, the wear and tear on the washing machine can be much higher, and a breakdown may require you to call someone to make a washer repair for you.  Water Pump Failure One of the most common problems washing machines have is filling up with water and then not draining when the cycle changes.
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Possible Problems With Your Dishwasher

Posted on: 17 December 2019

Your dishwasher is a major convenience. It makes it easy for you to stay on top of your dirty dishes. As much as you count on your dishwasher, you want to make sure that you know some of the signs that there may be a problem with it so you can catch issues early on and have them taken care of before they cause you undue stress, as well as more expenses.
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What To Do About Three Common Microwave Issues

Posted on: 29 July 2019

Your microwave allows you to quickly make meals you can easily enjoy. A microwave is more than a convenience; in many homes, it is a necessity. That is why it is important to know how to take care of common microwave issues. Your Turntable Isn't Turning When you put food inside of your microwave, you put the food on a turntable. The turntable is important to the overall function of your microwave.
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