Fixing My New Refrigerator

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Fixing My New Refrigerator

Nearly four years ago, I purchased the refrigerator of my dreams. The spacious, sleek, and stainless steel refrigerator contained built-in ice and water dispensers on one of its doors. Besides having two doors, this stylish appliance also contained two pull-out drawers. The first drawer kept fruits and vegetables crisp and fresh. The second drawer functioned as the freezer. Unfortunately, the freezer began accumulating excess frost soon after I purchased the refrigerator. I immediately called a technician about the problem. This individual quickly came to my home and diagnosed my problem. After a small repair, my freezer worked correctly. On this blog, I hope you will discover the importance of solving problems with your kitchen appliances quickly. Enjoy!

How To Replace A Dishwasher Door Gasket

28 May 2016
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If your dishwasher leaks near the front, replace the door gasket. The dishwasher door gasket is made from rubber or vinyl, and it forms and airtight seal around the door to prevent leaks. Over time, it can get damaged or wear out. Here are some tips to replace a dishwasher door gasket. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: work gloves sponge or soft rag mild dishwashing detergent slotted screwdriver needle-nose pliers (optional) utility knife petroleum jelly blow dryer replacement gasket Turn off the water supply to the dishwasher, which is commonly a valve on the water line located under the sink. Read More …

Troubleshooting A Front Loaded Washer Refusing To Drain

4 September 2015
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There's nothing more frustrating than getting a sopping wet assortment of clothing out of your washer. Occasionally, a washer will refuse to drain -- and that'll leave your clothes wet and musty. Luckily, drainage problems are among the most simple to fix. In top loading washes, the problem is often the pump. But in a front loading washer, it's usually a clog somewhere in the system. Check the Drainage Hose Read More …