Eliminate The Stink In Your Ice Dispenser

Posted on: 28 July 2016

You go to your ice dispenser, fill your glass with ice, then water. You raise the glass to your mouth and get a nose-full of stink. Why does your ice smell so bad? Continue reading to find out what you can do to eliminate the awful odors in your ice so you can enjoy your chilled beverages once more. Clean the Unit The fix could be as simple as performing a good cleaning.
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How To Replace A Broken Water Inlet Valve On A Refrigerator

Posted on: 14 April 2016

Do you have an ice or ice and water machine on your refrigerator that has stopped producing despite there being no obvious problems with the machine's easily visible parts? Your refrigerator might have a broken water inlet valve. The inlet valve, located on the back of your refrigerator, connects to a water supply hose that takes water from your main water line and routes it into the water and ice machine.
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How To Replace A Dryer Vent Hose

Posted on: 14 April 2016

If your dryer is taking longer than normal to dry clothes, replace the vent hose. The dryer vent hose serves as protection against fire by directing hot air outside your home, and it often malfunctions because of lint buildup or from getting crushed. You should be able to replace the dryer vent hose yourself. Here are some tips to replace the dryer vent hose.  Prepare to Work For this project, you need:
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Is Your Drain Pump The Reason Your Washer Is Making Unusual Noises?

Posted on: 26 January 2016

For most families a working washing machine is a necessity, but as with any major appliance, a washer can develop problems over time. Many times these problems are heralded by certain unusual noises. One of the more common sources of washer noise is your drain pump. The good news is, it is not a difficult repair. What Is Your Drain Pump? The drain pump on your washing machine pumps the water out of the wash tub before and during your spin cycle.
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