How To Test And Replace The Door Switches On A Microwave

Posted on: 25 June 2015

Every microwave has switches that are activated when you close the door to your microwave. If the switches go bad, the electric circuit is disrupted and the microwave won't work. Here is how to check the door switches and replace them if necessary. You Will Need: Phillips Head Screwdriver Ohms Meter Safety First: You should unplug the microwave to avoid getting an electrical shock. Remove Switches Open the door on the microwave so you can remove the grill panel.
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3 Ways To Prolong the Life of Your Dishwasher

Posted on: 17 June 2015

Buying a new dishwasher can easily cost several hundred dollars or more, which is why you should take every step possible to prolong the life of your current dishwasher. Unfortunately, many people fail to understand that, in order to get the most out of them, they must give their dishwashers regular care and maintenance. Here are a few simple yet effective steps you can take to extend the life of your dishwasher and save yourself money on appliance repair and replacement down the road.
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Two Of Your Questions About Boiler Treatments Answered

Posted on: 15 June 2015

Your home's boiler system is a critical device for ensuring that cold winter temperatures do not impact the comfort of your home. However, many new homeowners may be unaware of the various maintenance steps that are needed to keep a boiler working at peak efficiency. Sadly, failing to adequately care for your boiler can result in substantial damages and decreased performance for your boiler. To this end, boiler treatments can be an excellent way of combating some of the more common problems that these units can encounter, but for those who have never had this work done before, understanding the following answers to routine questions should help to make this task less confusing.
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3 Easy Ways To Extend The Life Of Your New Washing Machine

Posted on: 10 June 2015

Sure, you used your parent's washing machine while growing up and you have used a variety of different washing machines in different rentals and laundromats. However, none of those washing machines were yours. When you purchase your own washer, and make a large financial investment in it, you will suddenly find yourself caring how long that washer lasts. Here are a three tips on how you can extend the life of your first, brand new washing machine.
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