How to Replace Your GE Dishwasher’s Water Inlet Valve

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Sometimes, your dishwasher won’t fill with water or will make a lot of noise while doing so. Even worse, sometimes your machine might overflow and start to leak. If your dishwasher is having water problems, one of the most common solutions is to replace the water intake valve. Here’s how to repair your GE dishwasher with a new water inlet … Read More

How to Repair Your Viking Dishwasher Door Latch Step By Step

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Dishwasher latches can disconnect frequently because that’s what people touch the most. If your dishwasher latch won’t open the door — or stops your machine from working — you can easily replace the switch in just a few minutes. Here’s how to repair your Viking FDW100 Dishwasher in just a few steps.: Find the model number for your specific dishwasher … Read More

How to Replace Your Frigidaire Refrigerator’s Water Filter

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If your water is starting to taste off or your refrigerator has a small light that turns red when it’s time to replace your filter, you don’t have to call in an expert. Replacing your refrigerator’s water filter takes just a few minutes and doesn’t involve any tools besides the replacement part itself. Follow these steps to replace your water filter in … Read More

How to Fix Broken Hinges on Your Frigidaire Electrolux Microwave

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Not every problem on your microwave is an electrical one. Sometimes the individual physical components go faulty or start to crack. Other times, bits of the outside casing, the handle, or the door itself start to wiggle free of the hinges and clasps holding it in place. If you’re a bit uncomfortable modifying and repairing the electrical components of your … Read More

Get Your Washer Ready for a Move: Installing Shipping Bolts in Your Washing Machine

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It’s time to move your washing machine, and every movement from getting it down the front steps to highway traffic can break the internal components. But if you use a shipping bolt kit, your washer tub will be supported throughout the move without the risk of broken parts. Here’s how to secure the washer tub: Unplug the washing machine, and … Read More

Dryer Repair: Replacing the High Limit Thermostat on Your Whirlpool Appliance

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If your dryer is either not heating at all or it’s overheating, then your high limit thermostat probably needs to be replaced. This is a simple repair that takes just a few minutes, so if you have a Whirlpool brand dryer (including their manufactured brands such as Kenmore, KitchenAid, Amana, and others), then these instructions will match up with your … Read More

Repair the Humidity Control Switch for Your Refrigerator’s Produce Drawer

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Your vegetable drawer is designed to keep your produce fresh. But if the vents won’t open and close, the refrigerator can’t create the microenvironment that keeps the produce from expiring. Usually, all you need to do is replace the humidity control switch that flips the vents, which can break or fall out of position through frequent use; if you have … Read More

Replacing Your Microwave’s Diodes: How to Diagnose Microwave Not Cooking Issues

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Sometimes microwaves don’t break down completely as a result of a blown fuse or a busted transformer. Instead, sometimes your microwave can carry on the passive functions of lighting up, telling time, and even rotating the turntable inside without actually heating up your food. In these circumstances, something is interfering with your microwaves ability to fully utilize its power. If … Read More

Microwave Not Working – Fuse is blown

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A blown fuse is one of the most common problems a microwave can have, but that’s just the indication that something has gone wrong. A blown fuse really means one of your electrical components has broken or failed, and the next step is to find out which piece that is. Here’s how: What do you do know that you know … Read More