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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Understanding Your Washing Machine's Inlet Valve

Posted on: 30 November 2016

Washing machines are one of the most beloved--and heavily used--of all home appliances. Unfortunately, they can also be the source of major disasters, should a faulty part lead to your basement flooding. The good news is that washer maintenance is simple enough for most home owners to handle. If you would like to improve your appliance troubleshooting skills, read on. This article will introduce you to the world of washing machine inlet valves.
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Three Ways To Order Appliance Parts So You Do Not Have To Wait For The Repair Technician To Get Them

Posted on: 16 September 2016

One of the biggest hassles of having your major appliances repaired is the time it takes to get the correct parts in and then a second visit from the repair technician to install the new parts. You can bypass all of that if you get the parts yourself. Here are three ways to acquire the parts you need before your technician ever shows up. Take the Broken Parts to the Store and Order the Replacements There
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Cleaning Out Your Dryer's Air Duct System On Your Own

Posted on: 8 September 2016

If you use a dryer in your home to remove moisture from your clothing when they get out of your washing machine, you will want to take steps in routinely maintaining this appliance so it does not suffer from unnecessary downtime. Cleaning out the air duct system regularly will help keep your dryer working at the maximum efficiency level while minimizing the risk of an unfortunate lint fire. Follow these steps to keep your dryer's air duct system free of debris.
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