If your dryer seems to take forever to dry your laundry and it’s also noisy, you might have a broken or obstructed blower wheel.
The blower wheel helps to circulate air throughout the drum, exhaust and over the heating element. If no air is circulating in your dryer, it could be Continue reading
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.
If ice is building up in your refrigerator freezer, it could be a bad defrost thermostat, defrost timer or even the gasket (seal) around your freezer door. You can test the Continue reading
If your dishwasher will not start or turn on, there are a few parts you can check on that might be causing the problem. Replacing one of these dishwasher parts might get your dishwasher back up and running again. Whether your dishwasher is made by Whirlpool, Kenmore, Frigidaire, KitchenAid, Maytag, or Bosch, the parts on your dishwasher will work in a similar way. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is almost upon us and many people will be buying a frozen turkey to cook and serve on Thanksgiving Day. If you plan on buying a frozen turkey, you’ll need to defrost it in the refrigerator and allow 24 hours for every four to five pounds.
Be sure to place the unwrapped turkey in a pan (breast side up) to contain any dripping from the defrost process. Place the pan on the lowest shelf of the refrigerator which is the coldest place in your fridge where all meats should be stored.
You can even see if your refrigerator veggie or crisper drawer can Continue reading
Samsung recalled 2.8 million of their top-load washing machines due to reports of injury and damage to owner’s homes.
The recall involves 34 models of Samsung Top Load Washers with the following model numbers. Continue reading