This week’s Product Pick is a little bit different than some of our past picks. Instead of just talking about one specific product or type of part, we’ll be talking about OEM Parts. If you’ve ever visited our website you probably already know that at 1st Source Servall we specialize in the use of genuine OEM appliance replacement parts.
Thermistors, Thermostats, Thermal Fuses, Thermal Cutoffs… with so many parts monitoring the temperature of your dryer it can get a little confusing. Although they may all sound similar, each part serves a different purpose, working to make sure that your dryer is running safely and efficiently.
In this Product Pick of the Week, we’ll be talking about some of the most common temperature sensing and monitoring parts in your Dryer and share with you a few signs that they may need to be replaced.
This Week our Product Pick is Refrigerator Water Filters. There are a few main types of water filters out there, and all of them work a little differently. Today we’re going to go over what water filters do and how they work, as well as provide you with a few helpful tips to ensure that you’re water is as clean and refreshing as it should be.
Most of us pay our refrigerator a visit 5 times a day, and if there is more than one person living in your house, this can have quite the effect on your refrigerator door! From fingerprints to broken seals, our refrigerator endures it all. To avoid our groceries (and money!) going to waste, be sure to keep an eye out on how your refrigerator door gasket is holding up. If it needs to be replaced, follow our step-by-step instructions to repairing most refrigerator gaskets below!
Have you noticed that your dryer is taking a long time to dry? There are a few different reasons this could be happening, and one of them is that your dryer door seal needs to be replaced. The dryer door seal is the seal around the inside of the door of your dryer that helps keep the heat within the unit. Here are step-by-step instructions for repairing a Maytag (Whirlpool) Dryer (model number MGDC300BW1) by replacing the door seal (part number W10389572).
If you’re not familiar with our Store Shout-Out Series, we started it a few weeks ago to help you all locate the store location nearest to you! We’ve got a great team at 1st Source Servall with over 45 locations nationwide and we want to share them with you.
So, continuing on with the series, this week’s shout-out goes to our Austin, Texas location!
If you missed any of our other Shout-out’s, you can find those here
1st Source Servall has locations nationwide to help you find the parts you need. To help you find the store nearest to you and tell you about the great team members who work there, we’re back again this week with another Store Shout-Out (if you missed our last Shout-Out you can find that here).
This week’s Shout-Out goes to our Byron Center, Michigan location!
Halloween means candy, costumes, and of course: scary stories. But these stories don’t just have to be about werewolves and zombies. There are plenty of stories about things you can find in your own home from Vampire and Ghost Power, to radioactive food, to flooded kitchens. In the spirit of Halloween, today we are debunking a few spooky appliance myths.
As we mentioned last time, we’ve realized not everyone is aware that in addition to our website we also have store locations all across the country. This is why we have started our Store Shout-Out Series! We plan to highlight each of our many locations and share a little about the great team members that work there. (If you missed our last shout out, you can find it here).
This week’s Shout-Out goes to our Denver, Colorado Store and Distribution Center!
Have you prepared your furnace for winter yet? We know it’s only October, but with the evening chill setting in, now is the time to make sure your furnace will be ready when the cold and snow hit.
Plan to set aside a couple of hours over the next few weeks, and work your way through the following tips. Not only will it give you peace of mind to check things out now, it also means that if something is wrong you’ve still got some time to fix or replace the furnace.