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Sunday, July 27, 2008
A non-draining dishwasher is a very common problem. We know that it doesn't seem simple when you are sitting with a ton of water and dirty dishers - but maybe these quick tips can make a difference.
Labels: Dishwasher Parts
Friday, July 18, 2008
We can't say enough about doing your homework before purchasing replacement parts for your appliances. It can safe alot of your time, money and most of all - it will say you from getting a headache!
Here are some things that are important for you to understand when buying parts for your air conditioner, washing machine or other household appliance.
If something fails - get some expert help or read up online at Appliance Life before purchasing your parts!
Labels: Universal Appliance Parts
Friday, July 11, 2008
This is a special reminder from Appliance Life during the biggest remodeling season of the year. If you are getting new appliances - please take note to discard your old appliances safely. The lives of children are at stake.
clothes dryers, combination washer/dryer units, picnic coolers, ice boxes in campers, and oldstyle latch type refrigerators.
Most of the victims were four to seven years old. In all cases, the doors could not be easily pushed open from the inside. In some the incidents associated with clothes dryers, the appliance was accidentally turned on while the child inside. Frequently, the children were playing “hide-and-seek” and the appliance or chest provided a deceptively good place to hide.
When the door slammed shut, tight fitting gasket on most of the appliances cut off air to the child. This, along with the insulated construction of the appliance, also prevented the child’s screams from being heard.
But abandoned appliances are the only items involved with accidents like these. Entrapment deaths have been reported in products use or stored in the kitchen, laundry room, basement, or garage.
Deaths also have occurred in ice boxes located in campers parked outside the home.
Take care to remove the door from refrigerators, dryers, washing machines and other appliances when discarding them.
Keep the door to your laundry room locked shut if you have small children OR you will have small children visiting your home.
Parents - please remind all children of all ages to never crawl inside an appliance.
Labels: Appliance Safety
Friday, July 4, 2008
For many homeowners - the 4th of July weekend marks the perfect opportunity
Over the years, experts have approximated the average life of most household appliances (see the chart below). If your appliance is younger than indicated in below - you probably have a good chance to find a the part you are looking for and fix it.
Featured Repair Part for the Maytag Washers:
Good luck this 4th of July weekend on all your appliance repairs!
Labels: 4th of July Appliance Repairs
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