Tips To Prolong The Lifespan Of Your Front Load Washer

Posted on: 1 November 2017
You may not realize how much abuse your washing machine takes. From using the wrong cycles to washing continuous loads to laundering an enormous amount of heavy, bulky items, a great deal of stress is placed on this appliance. Unfortunately, the average lifespan of a front loading washer is around 14 years, so you may need to replace yours at one point in time. Thankfully, certain tasks will help protect the function of your washer for many years to come.
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How To Fix A Refrigerator That Runs Constantly

Posted on: 16 August 2017
A constantly running refrigerator isn't meaning you have to buy a new one. While a refrigerator must run on a regular basis to keep food cool, running constantly indicates a problem. The main culprit behind a constantly running refrigerator is commonly the condenser fan, which pushes the hot air outside. It could be a number of issues that cause the constant running, so use this guide to diagnose the problem.
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Common Probems Heating Systems Experience

Posted on: 8 May 2017
A faulty heating system is likely to produce extremely unpleasant conditions inside your home. Heating systems have numerous components, and it may be possible for these systems to experience problems with any number of their components. Learning about the problems that are the most likely to occur can help you with keeping your home warm despite potentially dangerously low temperatures outside. Faulty Heating Elements Electric heating systems have become one of the most common types installed in homes.
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What To Do About A Dishwasher You Never Use

Posted on: 4 May 2017
Despite the convenience of dishwashers, not everyone uses them, especially people living alone who rarely have enough dirty dishes at any one time to equal a full load. Rather than letting dirty dishes sit for days or doing tiny loads that just waste water, many people opt to just keep handwashing them. As long as the water is hot enough, handwashing is fine, but you shouldn't neglect the washer totally. It's still worth it to keep the washer in good shape, and here's what you should do.
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