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  • Top Signs Your Washing Machine Needs Repair

    As a washing machine owner, there is a chance that you will need to work with a washer repair professional at some point or another. After all, one of these professionals can help with keeping your washing machine in good repair, and they can help you avoid replacing a washing machine if it isn't necessary. These are a few top signs that your washing machine might need repair. Your Machine Won't Turn On
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  • Is Your Refrigerator Losing The Cool Air? Tip To Help You Identify The Issue

    Maintaining a regulated temperature inside your refrigerator is more important than many people realize. If your food isn't stored below 40 degrees, it can spoil, grow bacteria, and put the entire family at risk of food poisoning. Here, you'll find a few tips to help ensure that your refrigerator is maintaining the proper temperature to keep your food safe for consumption. Purchase 2 Refrigerator Thermometers In many cases, a single thermometer in the refrigerator will do, but if you've noticed that the temperature doesn't seem to be regulating itself properly, it's best to hang two thermometers inside.
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  • Does Your Microwave Need Repaired?

    Most homes in the US include a microwave oven in the kitchen. Many families, single folks, and elderly people all rely on this one appliance for help with meal preparation and reheating coffee. If you don't think that your microwave is operating as it should, there are a few things that you could do differently that could improve the performance. Professional Microwave Repair If you know that the microwave isn't working right and that it has nothing to do with anything beyond the appliance, then you have no choice but to take it to be repaired professionally.
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  • Getting The Best Commercial Refrigeration Repairs

    There are several appliances that need your care when you run a business. By keeping up with these appliances, you will be able to go about your business as usually, without always having to deal with setbacks to your utilities. To this end, few appliances are as important as your commercial refrigeration when you run a restaurant, convenience store, laboratory, or any other business where you have perishable items that must be stored under specific temperatures.
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  • Places To Look When Your Ice Cubes Are Small Or Hollow

    When you press the ice cube dispenser, you might be surprised when hollow or small ice cubes are released, rather than solid ice cubes or chips. These cubes will melt immediately or will shatter, making them useless. You may also notice that ice cubes are sticking together because they are not frozen solid. This is not what an ice dispenser is supposed to do, and it might be indicative of a larger problem with your plumbing or with the refrigerator.
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  • Crying Over Warm Beer Or Sour Milk? Fridge Care Tips To The Rescue

    Opening the refrigerator door to find that the beer you meant to serve to your friend is warm, or the milk for your child's cereal has soured is not an enjoyable experience. If the problem was a one-off, such as when the door has been left open too long or the settings were mis-adjusted, a short cry of exasperation may be all that is required. But if finding that your foods and beverages are not keeping as long as they should or when they seem insufficiently chilled on a regular basis means further investigation is warranted.
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  • Home Appliance Repairs—DIY Projects Or Leave It To The Professionals?

    Appliance malfunctions and breakdowns can happen at any time. So, what do you do when it's obvious the refrigerator, stove, or washer is on the fritz? It's common for many people to automatically pick up the phone to call a professional home repair service, but home appliance repairs don't always require the help of a professional. Here are a few tips for repairs that may be DIY projects and which require a professional.
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  • Troubleshooting Tips For A Washing Machine That Won't Spin

    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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  • Tips To Keep Your Refrigerator In Top Shape

    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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