Troubleshooting Tips For A Leaky, Non-Cooling Refrigerator

Posted on: 29 May 2017

Refrigerator problems are not uncommon. A problem does not automatically mean you need to call in your repairman. In some instances, it is possible to make minor repairs yourself and resolve the issue. If your refrigerator is experiencing problems, here are some troubleshooting steps you can take.   The Refrigerator Is Leaking Water  Water leakage can occur due to a number of reasons. One of the most common is the defrost drain becomes clogged with food and other debris and prevents the refrigerator from draining as it should.
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Understanding Air Conditioner Refrigerant Lines

Posted on: 26 April 2017

An air conditioning system relies on the coordination of a large number of different components in order to successfully cool the air in your home. While many people recognize the importance of the compressor, the condenser and the evaporator coil, fewer understand the vital role played by the relatively humble refrigerant lines. If you would like to improve your knowledge of home air conditioning installation, read on. This article will discuss the function of the refrigerant lines, as well as commonly experienced problems.
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How To Remove And Replace A Washing Machine's Water Inlet Spout

Posted on: 16 May 2016

The water inlet spout on a washing machine is the access route for the water that goes into the machine's basin to wash your clothes. The spout, which is attached to a hose that is then attached to your home's main water supply, works to make sure the machine has water when it needs some but cuts off the water when no longer needed. A malfunctioning water inlet spout can lead to overly dry loads or excessive water that can't be corrected with the machine's normal agitation cycles.
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Appliance Repair – Using A Multimeter To Test Electrical Currents

Posted on: 12 August 2015

When your home appliances aren't working the way that they should, you may consider trying to find out what is causing the problems. In order to do this, you will often need to use a multimeter device. What is a multimeter device? This handheld device is used to test the electrical resistance and voltage flowing through electrical connections and components. When testing for resistance, the power must be turned off completely.
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