Archive for the ‘Appliance Repair Help’ Category

Making holiday cooking worry-free: 5 tips to help your oven perform like new

Monday, October 29th, 2007

Oven igniterEvery year thousands of holiday meals are needlessly stressful because of unidentified problems with the oven; from incorrect temperatures, to uneven cooking. Most common problems with an oven can be easily fixed by the owner at a minimal cost. Taking the time now for preventative maintenance can help ensure the only thing you have to worry about with holiday cooking is if you remembered the cranberry sauce!


Why Kenmore Front Load Washers Fail

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Why do Kenmore front load washers fail shortly after their warranty expires? A rusted drum support, a drum screw cutting through plastic tub, etc. This excellent video clip, courtesy of a youtube user tanksalotct, shows how and why Kenmore front load washers fail. Check it out for yourself and share your experience by commenting below.

Appliance Repair Forum

Tuesday, July 24th, 2007

Appliance Repair Forum

Need help with appliance repair? AppliancePartsPros has just launched a brand new appliance repair forum. Post your repair question and receive expert help… for free. You can also browse or search previous answers. Since most repair problems are common, there is a good chance you’ll find an answer. (more…)

Keep Your Home Safe From Fires

Sunday, June 10th, 2007

127265_83416399-flames.jpg   When it comes to preventing fires in the home, we usually think of the obvious, such as turning off the stove and oven after cooking.  However, there are several fire hazards that are commonly left unaddressed that you should consider before declaring your home fireproof.  Here are just a few items you may have missed.


Lint and Dryers

Friday, June 8th, 2007

58620_wash-top-loader.jpg     How many different dryers have you been through over the years?  Growing up, you probably saw your mother replace hers at least once, and now you’ve probably had the opportunity to go through at least one life cycle, if not more, and have to replace the unit.  Did you ever stop to think that one of the biggest factors in proper dryer maintenance that could easily extend its lifetime by years is the care of the lint filter?  Lint and dryers are not very compatible, and if you’ve ever looked at what happens to the lint filter after each load, you’ll see why it can cause a problem.  How can you avoid major repairs and costly replacements of dryers simply by caring for the lint filters?