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How To Clean And Improve Your Refrigerator's Evaporator System

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The evaporator in a normal refrigerator is a key element to the unit’s ability to cool. If the evaporator is not working, refrigerant will not flow through the lines as necessary. This means that your refrigerator motor will need to work hard to maintain a constant, cool temperature. Of course, this ultimately means that you are wasting money and shortening the lifespan of your refrigerator. Luckily, you can clean your evaporator on your own to make sure it is running at maximum efficiency. Read More»

How To Test And Replace The Three Terminal Bucket Switch In A Non-Functional Dehumidifier

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A dehumidifier is a valuable part of an air conditioning system if you live in an area with high humidity during the summer months. The dehumidifier ensures that the air coming into your HVAC system isn’t too moist, which can lead to more rapid erosion of parts and lead to mold and mildew problems. If your dehumidifier has suddenly ceased functioning, the problem might be in the bucket switch, which checks to see whether the drain bucket is full then turns off the unit to prevent overflow. Read More»

Dishes Not Getting Clean? A Few Tips For Dishwasher Repair

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If you have a dishwasher that is not getting your dishes clean, you may be putting off calling an appliance repair technician and just doing the dishes in the sink, yourself. A dishwasher is not a necessity, but a convenience. However, if you have one in your home, you might as well be able to use it, right? Here are a few simple repairs you can do yourself that might help your unit clean properly again. Read More»

Two Effective Methods For Cleaning Your Dishwasher

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Keeping your kitchen appliances in great condition is beneficial for numerous reasons. It ensures that your investment in these appliances lasts for a long time, and this makes every dollar you invest worthwhile. Cleaning your dishwasher is one very important part of kitchen appliance maintenance. Fortunately, this chore is fairly simple and there are plenty of options available for cleaning. The Mold Killing Method: Bleach And Vinegar Vinegar is known for killing bacteria and 82% of various species of mold. Read More»