Refrigerator Door Seal – Does It Need Replaced?

Posted on: 30 July 2015

If you are having issues with your refrigerator, the problems could be caused by something as simple and inexpensive to repair as the rubber door seal. What problems could be caused by this? How do you determine if the seal is the problem and how do you fix it if it is? Below, you will find the answers to all three of these questions. What issues can a failing door seal cause?
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Simple Hacks To Keep Your Washer And Dryer Healthy

Posted on: 29 July 2015

Washer repair must always be done by a professional, which can leave you without the use of a machine until you can schedule an appointment. If you want to avoid having more than your yearly servicing for the washing machine, you must take care of your washer and dryer on a regular basis. In order to avoid repairs on a regular basis, here are some things that you can do to keep your washer and dryer in tip-top shape.
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What Can A Dirty Air Filter Do To My HVAC System?

Posted on: 23 July 2015

Your air filter is primarily responsible for cleaning the air your HVAC system sucks in of dirt, dust and other particles. Depending on how frequently you use your air conditioner and heater, this filter should be replaced every one to three months. Replacing your air filter is important for more than just keeping your indoor air clean, however. Going too long without replacing your filter could cause damage to your system and even shorten its life.
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What To Do When Your Washer Spins Erratically

Posted on: 21 July 2015

If your washer shakes, spins and lurches out of control, you may wonder if it's broken or on its last leg. Before you throw the machine out, try to troubleshoot and repair it first. Here's what you need to do when your washing machine spins erratically. 1. Unplug Your Washing Machine To protect your body from electrical burns, injuries and shocks, unplug your washing machine from its power outlet, or you may turn it off at the breaker box.
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