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Most of us feel appliance repair is beyond our capability, but there are some easy trouble-shooters to check before you call an appliance repairman. Most appliance makers have hotlines you can try first. Also check the back of your manual for trouble-shooting advice. Often good maintenance will prevent costly repairs. There are some repairs you can do yourself. For example, belt or heating element replacement in a dryer. Do a little research before you call a repairman and you may be able to save yourself some money. Remember if you do call a repairman, you need to have the model number handy.
 

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Replace & Test An Oven Heating Element
Your heating element will occasionally burn out and this is one item you can easily replace yourself.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair Tips
Are you having problems with your refrigerator or freezer? Below are some common problems and solutions.
Install A Washing Machine
Connect the inlet hoses (hot and cold water lines) to the back of the washing machine on one end and to the water supply lines on the wall to the other end. Hot and cold will be marked on your machine.
Dishwasher Problems & Solutions
A dishwasher is an important addition to any home in terms of time saving and cleanliness. One of the most important factors in extending the life of your dishwasher is preventing food from clogging up pipelines.
 
 
 
 





 



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Reliable  Brand
Names to Remember
Kenmore
Whirlpool
Maytag
GE
Frigidaire
Amana
Hotpoint
Roper
KitchenAid

Remember that reliability can vary from product to product for each brand name so do your research before any major purchases.
 
 

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