Category Archives: Appliance Parts
If your ice maker keeps freezing up, it could be due to a faulty water inlet valve. The valve could be letting a trickle of water flow inside the line and into the tube, causing the water to freeze up inside the line or tube. Try to thaw the water fill tube or line. Test the water inlet valve using a multimeter and replace, especially if this problem is reoccurring.
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Cover up scratches, gouges and marks on your appliance with perfectly matching, blending appliance touch up paint. Appliance touch up paint comes in a variety of colors to match your appliance’s finishes. Colors include black, white, almond, bisque and more.
If you have a stainless steel appliance, use Scratch-B-Gone to remove it. Scratch-B-Gone can remove scuffs, fine scratches, light scratches and deep scratches and gouges chemical stains, heat scorching and rust from stainless steel appliances, sinks and grills. It works great to remove spot scratches and marks – no need to redo the entire surface.
Use your appliance’s model number to find the correct color for your appliance or give us a call for help at 800-285-5833. Where you will find your appliance’s model number.
To make sure you are getting the most out of your dishwasher, here are some loading tips:
• Load large items at the side and back so they don’t block the water spray
• Face the soiled surfaces inward so they’re hit by the spray.
• Load Silverware and cups on an Continue reading
If your oven is displaying a fault code (F1, F2, E3, etc.) first try clearing or disconnecting the power to the unit for 30 seconds, then reconnecting to see if that clears the code. If not, you could have a faulty electronic control board.
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Clean your oven by placing a bowl of non-sudsy ammonia on a cookie sheet and leaving it in a cold oven overnight. The fumes from the ammonia will help soften up any baked-on gunk or spills.
Be sure to open a window and step back while opening your oven door to avoid the fumes from the ammonia. Use a non-abrasive damp sponge to clean the inside of your oven.