Troubleshooting Tips For A Washing Machine That Won't Spin

Posted on: 18 March 2018

If your washing machine isn't spinning, you'll end up with clothes that are only partially washed. They may also still be soaked and have soap on them. If this is going on with your machine, don't toss it out the door just yet. There may be a few things you can try first to get your machine working again. Read on for troubleshooting tips to try. Is The Load Too Large?
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How Installing A Water Softener Could Keep Your Clothing Cleaner, Softer, And Less Irritating

Posted on: 13 December 2017

If it seems like your family's clothes aren't as clean as they should be or if they seem to wear out too fast, then installing a water softener might help. You can have your water tested to see if it has excess minerals in it that affect your laundry. Hard water can keep your clothes from getting clean by leaving a residue and stains behind. It can also pose other problems with your laundry.
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Tips To Keep Your Refrigerator In Top Shape

Posted on: 7 September 2017

A refrigerator is a necessary appliance in your home, so it's imperative to keep it working properly and in shape so your food stays cold in the refrigerator or frozen in the freezer. There are a few things you can do to keep your refrigerator in shape. See below for some of these tasks.  Don't Over-Stuff A full refrigerator and freezer may make you feel better, but it can be too much for your refrigerator to handle.
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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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