Though small, your microwave is one of the most used appliances in your kitchen. It allows you to quickly and easily defrost or cook food while doing other cooking tasks. However, no appliance is completely immune to wear and tear, and your microwave is no exception despite its small size. When this happens, your microwave will exhibit a few different symptoms. Being conscious of a few of the more common signs that your microwave has begun to function improperly can help you figure out when you should talk to an appliance repair specialist about repairing or replacing your current unit.
9 April 2019
Have you been fighting to keep your washing machine running through an entire wash cycle without it going off-balance? When a washing machine is operating properly, it should not go off-balance when you're washing normal loads – now those feather comforters, they're a different animal altogether. Here, you'll find a few things that could be causing your problems and some tips to help resolve them. Unbalanced Washing Machine Did you do the installation work on your own?
13 January 2019
How long did it take you to get your window air conditioner put in this summer? If you're like many across the country, you had to sweat through a few hot spells before you finally got around to putting that thing in. If putting the unit in was such a problem, you've probably been kicking around the idea of leaving it in place for the winter. Is it safe to do that?
16 October 2018
Oh, what a glorious occasion it is to get a new refrigerator for your kitchen! Since they usually last so long, these steadfast appliances don't need replacing very often, making a new one something to celebrate. As you bask in the glory of the new superstar in your kitchen, keep the following maintenance advice in mind: 1. Know How To Set The Refrigerator The temperature controls of your beautiful new kitchen appliance aren't suppose to be adjusted according to anything but the owner's manual.
24 July 2018
If the springs on your oven door break, you won't be able to shut the door properly, and heat can escape. The springs on the door help to seal the door, which keeps heat inside the oven. Sometimes, the springs need replacing, and they may only need positioning in a different place. You should be able to fix the door springs yourself by following these tips. Prepare to Fix the Springs
8 February 2018
The moment you purchase your first RV, you probably can't wait for the adventures you will be going on. But wait a minute because a few careless mistakes may cause damage to your RV and may force you to perform expensive repairs. Your first adventure should be close to home until you can learn how to safely operate your RV. Traveling Too Far Too Soon If you do not have time for a long RV trip, it is better to wait until you have more free time or to avoid going on a long trip.
9 November 2017
Laundry is a household chore that never goes away. In fact, if you have a large family, it may seem like life is an endless parade of dirty laundry. When it comes to getting your laundry done, you want a washing machine that's quick, efficient, and gentle on your clothing. The last thing you want to do is spend all day washing laundry in a machine that wastes water, and destroys your clothing.
20 June 2017