Is your electric stove cooktop stained or damaged in some way? It may be time for a replacement, not to worry, we can help you out! Before you begin your replacement, be sure your oven is completely turned off and disconnected. The only tool you will need to complete this repair is a Phillips head screw driver. Be sure to follow the steps below to replace your cooktop smoothly.
Are you stepping in puddles every time you run your dishwasher? Dishwasher leaking is a common problem attributed to a few different causes, you should examine in order to identify the exact root of the problem.
Although there are several factors that could be affecting your dishwasher heating, the most common part associated with dishwasher temperature problems is the heating element. Even in high quality parts it is common for the wires to burn out. You can use a multimeter to assess whether or not a part needs to be replaced – this measures element resistance, which should be between 15 and 30 ohms. A reading above 30 means the element needs to be replaced.
Luckily this situation is a fairly simple and relatively inexpensive fix (compared to the cost of hiring a handyman). Here is a step-by-step guide for this doable DIY dishwasher fix. You will need a new heating element, a multimeter and a basic toolset.
We care about your safety, which is why we try to keep you up-to-date with the latest appliance recall information.
Carrier issued a recall today (December 22, 2015) in order to repair certain Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners (PTAC Units) and Heat Pumps (PTHP) models due to risk of fire hazard. The recall includes units with original power cords, as well as those with previously replaced power cords from a prior recall in 2007.
Flint, Michigan has been struggling with a water crisis for some time now. Knowing that some of our readers and customers are from the Flint area, and of course our Flint store team, we would like to share an update on the situation.Continue reading