Are you planning to buy a new appliance soon? Have you been shopping for a new appliance purchase and are unsure of who you should go with? Many people wonder what the best option is when it’s time to buy a new appliance. This is why so many people ask their friends or family members for advice and chances are if you ask around, you will get many different responses.
Archive for May, 2007
This post is a little off topic for our blog, but well worth writing. Every three minutes a woman in the United States is diagnosed with breast cancer. In my opinion it is very unfortunate that unless effected personally, most people won’t spend a moment to think about this topic, let alone try to do anything about it.
Today’s washers and dryers do several key things. First off, they are much gentler on clothing, allowing you more use from the same clothing for a longer period of time. They are also designed to be highly energy efficient, saving you money in the way that you use them. In fact, you can save in several ways including saving on the amount of water they use, the amount of detergent they use and the amount of electricity that they use. They are quiet and run dependably. For many, they take some of the chore out of the laundry tasks that so many people dread (you’ll still have to fold the clothes, though!)
Most everyone has a microwave in their home these days and we depend on them for many different things. But what do you do when your microwave goes on the fritz? How can you tell what is wrong with your microwave and how to fix it when it isn’t working properly? Nobody wants to pay a lot of money for a good microwave only to have problems with it later and have to spend a lot of money taking it to the repair shop. Some people don’t want to spend the expense of a repair so they just go and buy a new microwave, often purchasing a cheap one that only later has more problems. If you can learn some simple troubleshooting issues with your microwave, you may be able to save yourself a lot of time and money.
On May 16th, GE announced a voluntary recall of some of GE made dishwashers sold under various brands, such as GE, Sears Kenmore, and Hotpoint among others. The reason for this recall sounds very similar to the one given for the recent Maytag dishwasher recall.
Here are the details of this GE dishwasher recall: (more…)