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When you really think about it, how much do you know about your appliances? If you are like most people, you might troubleshoot your refrigerator or microwave with an online video in hand, just trying to make sense of the madness. However, you don't have to take on the grueling task of appliance repair on your own. On my blog, I will walk you through different problems and how they might be repaired, so that you better understand your options. After all, who likes dealing with a damaged dishwasher or a troubled stove? With my help, you might be able to spot trouble before it snowballs into something bigger.


How To Remove Rust From And Repair Your Dishwasher Rack And Clean Rust Stains From Your Dishes

When your dishwasher ages, the vinyl or plastic coating on its dish rack will begin to crack and peel away as water gets behind the protective layer of the metal rack. The more moisture that gets onto the rack's metal frame, the more rust will form, ultimately rusting away parts of your dishwasher's rack and causing the tines to break off. When you begin to have tines break off from your dishwasher's rack, your dishes will not stay upright. Read More 

3 Ways The Ductwork In Your Home Might Be Making Your AC System Less Efficient

If your central air conditioner does not seem to be keeping up as well as it should be, it could be due to problems with your ductwork. The ductwork for your system might seem insignificant to you, but it truly has an impact on the efficiency of an AC system. A company that specializes in heating and air conditioning repairs can examine your ductwork, and this examination may reveal several different issues. Read More 

How to Investigate & Troubleshoot Refrigerator Defrost Problems

Your refrigerator is essential in keeping the food in your house at a temperature that is safe for consumption. Temperatures at or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit are necessary to keep bacteria from growing out of control and causing illnesses. The FDA recommends keeping a thermometer in your refrigerator to make sure temperatures remain consistently cool. If you notice the internal temperature in the appliance slowly starting to rise, then you need to investigate the issue as soon as possible. Read More