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

San Antonio, Texas is Alive with Fun Family Events

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As summer winds down, there are still plenty of ways to get out and enjoy San Antonio, Texas with your family. Outdoor film and theater presentations are still going strong. There are still festivals to attend and kid’s races to be run. Best of all, most of these local events are free! La Bamba Mission Marquee Plaza Thursday, September 14, … Read More

Replacing Your Oven’s Shutdown Thermal Fuse: What To Do When Your Oven Shuts Off and Locks

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It can be difficult to diagnose different malfunctions with your ovens, especially if you use a setting or functionality rarely or for the first time. This can even occasionally happen after you have put select models in self-cleaning. If your KitchenAid or Whirlpool oven has no lights and won’t open, here are the first steps you should take to diagnose … Read More

Top Upcoming Local Events – San Antonio Texas

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San Antonio is a city that offers a variety of activities for residents and visitors alike. The following is a list that highlights the top upcoming local events in San Antonio, Texas. San Antonio Potters Guild Juried Ceramics and Glass Arts Show happening at the Centro Cultural Aztlan, 1800 Fredericksburg, #103, San Antonio, through June 28, 2017. This show is … Read More

Microwave repair – Turntable Not Rotating

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Do you have a Microwave where the turntable is not rotating? You have just located your help. Using the GE Spacemaker Model JVM1540DMWW as an example, we will guide you through its repair. Before you embark on the repair, unplug the microwave from the wall outlet. Using an outlet tester, confirm that the wall outlet is supplying the proper voltage. To do … Read More