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Useful Tips For Do-It-Yourself Fixes

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Many repairs are simple to do yourself, as long as you know where to look. A quick check of a broken appliance could reveal the problem and help you save big on appliance repair costs. Try our simple do-it-yourself fixes. If that doesn’t solve the problem, don’t worry: a brief call or instant chat with our helpful technician can put to rest your worries, without the inconvenience of an unnecessary service visit.


The following tips could save you lots of time and money:

Troubleshooting for All Home Appliances

When your appliance breaks down and remains unresponsive, there may be a quick universal fix. Because most appliances are computer controlled, a simple reset might solve the problem. Unplug your appliance for 2 minutes, then plug it back in. This trick will reset most appliance computer control units. Make sure the unit is getting power from the fuse box. Document any displayed error codes and signals the appliance displays. Unplug the appliance and try to replicate the problem once it’s powered back on. If the problem stops, you have just fixed the problem like a professional technician.

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    Refrigerator breakdowns can be costly: a day of food going bad could cost more than a service repair visit. Most common cooling breakdowns are caused by very simple things. Follow these tips to solve most common cooling breakdowns. Make sure your appliance has adequate cooling by moving it at least 4 inches away from the wall. Check all system coils front and back for excess dust. Defrosting your unit fully with doors open might temporarily solve your problem prior to a serviceman’s visit. Make certain your refrigerator is slightly tilted back and the doors stay completely closed. Plug in your refrigerator at least 24 hours prior to service visit.
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    Dishwasher is a workhorse of your kitchen. Unforeseen breakdowns can cause your dishes pile up and overflow your space. To start, make certain your dishwasher receives hot water. Delivery of hot water is crucial to detergent breakdown. Stack your plates loosely and upright. This will ensure they receive adequate water during the wash cycle. Place a cup on the top rack, right side up. This will help you test for adequate motor pressure: if the cup fills within minutes, your motor is operating properly. Check if the water valve under your sink is open and drain hose is inserted properly into the sink pipe. Disconnect and blow air into your drain line in order to free up debris around the drain pump. Run the dishwasher with white vinegar in the cup once a month to clean filters and inner tub.
  • cooker
    Cooktop is the most basic of all kitchen appliances. Although they are easy to repair, electricity and gas is a dangerous mix and should be approached with care. These common tips might get your appliance working right. Left over food debris is a major cause of cooktop problems. Regularly clean your cooktop burners with a toothbrush or by soaking in a cleaning solution, this will ensure even flame distribution, prevent ignition problems and gas odor. Replace gas burners and electric elements every 4 to 5 years: this will help avoid corrosion, food contamination, and maintain proper heating. Check all your knobs for breakage, they will frequently fall apart from heat and moisture. In case of prolonged gas smell, cut off gas supply from the wall and contact your gas company for an inspection.
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    When choosing your cooking oven, remember: it’s all about holding heat in and room air out. Proper insulation, oven calibration, and optional features will save you time and food waste. Consider the following useful tips. Replace your gas oven bake and broil igniters every 4-5 years to avoid cooking interruptions. Run a self clean function frequently to prevent grease fires. Use convection mode for even cooking throughout oven cavity. Check your oven door gaskets for breakage. Call our technical experts for oven calibration and maintenance before holidays. If you smell gas, switch off the supply from the wall by turning handle perpendicular to the gas line. Don’t delay calling your gas company for a leak check: all gas problems are considered emergencies and you will frequently receive service within 24 hours.
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    Clothes washer breakdown can be unexpected and send you running for the local laundromat. Proper care and maintenance are essential to keep top-load and front-load washing machines in optimal running shape. Remember to never overload your appliance, ignore drum imbalance or any unusual sounds. Your drum should hold no more than a half drum of clothes. As your load increases, your spin speed should decrease. If you notice water staying in the drum after the end of the cycle, check and clean out your drain filter plug. Keep your drain line free and clear of any obstructions. Use cleaning tablets regularly. Sanitary hot water cycles are key to maintenance of all front-load washing machines. Only use HE type detergents on these types of machines. After use, leave door and dispenser open for proper ventilation. Use no more than the recommended amount of detergent according to packaging instruction. Wash large comforters and door mats only at a laundromat.
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    Let’s talk about removing moisture and heat, because that’s what residential gas and electric dryers are all about. That is exactly why your exhaust systems are critical to drying. Regularly checking and cleaning dryer vents can save you money, time, and prevent fires. Check your vents for obstructions, this is absolutely necessary to enjoy optimal drying performance. Use timed dry cycles if your machine automatic dry cycles leave clothing wet. Professional replacement of belts, drum supports, and gas valve coils every 4 to 5 years is necessary for safety and efficient operation. Our technician can help you maintain your appliance clean and lint-free with our fast and reasonable maintenance specials.

Call us to schedule appointments for timely maintenance or complete a professional repair!

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