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How To Replace The Freezer Door Gasket On A Side-By-Side Refrigerator

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The gasket on a freezer door ensures that the door forms an airtight seal when closed. If the gasket becomes warped or broken, the door won’t shut completely and cold air will leak out while warm air leaks in. The results can lead to higher energy bills and warmer food inside your freezer. Replacing the gasket isn’t difficult on a side-by-side refrigerator, but might require you to remove the freezer door first, depending on the model of your unit. Read More»

Four Tips For Keeping Your Commercial Refrigerator Running Efficiently

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Almost every business in the food industry requires some type of refrigeration system. Everything from walk-in refrigerators to blast coolers are used to keep foods cool. Because these refrigerators are so heavy-duty and business relies on these appliances, you want them to last a long time. Most commercial refrigerators are designed to last about 16 to 18 hours a day. Should your refrigerator go out, you could end up losing hours of business. Read More»

3 Things To Consider When Purchasing A Walk-In Cooler

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Are you ready to upgrade your commercial kitchen with a walk-in cooler? There are many things you must consider before making this large investment. Most importantly, do not rush out and purchase the most popular model or whatever is the cheapest. Take the time to consider what you will need in order to get the right piece of equipment for your business. The following tips can help you determine the best options for you: Read More»

Different Uses For Your Dishwasher

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Along with being used to wash your dishes, there are also a lot of other ways you can put your dishwasher to good work. Learn about some of the creative ways you can use your dishwasher in this article. Wash your baseball caps You can put your baseball caps in the dishwasher so you can clean them without worrying about them losing their shape, the way they do when you run them through the clothes washing machine. Read More»

How To Fix Three Common Dishwasher Problems

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Having an automatic dishwasher in the kitchen is one of the great luxuries of modern life. That’s why nothing could be more stressful than a dishwasher that no longer cleans dishes properly. Luckily, many common problems are simple enough for many homeowners to fix on their own. If you would like to learn more about dishwasher repair, read on. This article will teach you how to correct three common problems. Read More»

2 Potential Solutions For A Clothes Dryer That's Stopped Heating

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Clothes dryers perform a simple yet indispensable role in many homes today. Thus when something goes wrong, and a dryer stops working the way it should, panic often ensues. The good news is that many common problems are simple enough for even a relative amateur to fix. Read on to learn more about two possible solutions for a dryer that spins but doesn’t give off heat. The circuit breaker has blown. Read More»

Why Is Your Freezer Not Cold Enough?

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Nothing is more discouraging than to reach into the freezer for a favorite icy treat and find it has melted. Many things could cause this to happen. Have you got the refrigerator next to a stove or other heat source such as a window full of sunshine? Is the unit too close to the wall? These are just a few of the scenarios that could be causing issues with the freezer. Read More»

What Type Of Air Conditioner Is Right For You?

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If your air conditioner is getting old or is starting to show signs of wear and tear, then it might be time to get an upgrade. However, it can be pretty tough to pick out a unit that satisfies all of your needs and doesn’t cost a fortune. Thankfully, there are a number of different types out there, so even if a regular central AC system isn’t the best choice for you, there might be something that is. Read More»

How To Change A Whirlpool Dryer Heating Element

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Changing the heating element in your Whirlpool dryer is one of the easiest do-it-yourself appliance repairs. Dryer heating elements commonly fail, so learning how to do this simple maintenance is very worthwhile. If you can replace your heating element instead of buying a brand new dryer, you can save a lot of money. This article explains how to easily change a heating element in a Whirlpool dryer. Accessing the Main Compartment Read More»

Nothing's Cold! 4 Signs Your Fridge May Be On The Fritz

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You might not think about your refrigerator very often, especially if it’s working properly. You place your food in it and everything stays nice and cold – just the way you like it. Unfortunately, refrigerators have a habit of breaking down when you least expect them to. Luckily, you can reduce the chances of facing an unexpected breakdown by paying attention to the subtle hints of impending doom that your refrigerator might be providing you with. Read More»