Many appliances have a gasket or some kind of seal, to keep them airtight closed firmly. Additionally, after a while these gaskets can get worn out and it’s time to replace them. But, how do we know when do replace a gasket or door seal?
The gasket or seal on your refrigerator and freezer door are responsible for creating an air tight seal to keep the inside cool. It is important to clean along the edges of the refrigerator and freezer doors. Follow these steps so you can clean the door gasket easily.
One of the worst things as a homeowner is dealing with appliance problems that require repairs. One of these problems can be a leaky refrigerator which could be an easy fix, so try to fix-it-yourself with these tips below. If you find that your refrigerator is still leaky, call a repairman and have them diagnose the problem! Below are parts of the refrigerator that may be the culprit to your leaky refrigerator so check these parts first!
As the weather continues to drastically change, the temperature in your home fluctuates, which can make your refrigerator work harder. Appliance maintenance is very important, especially when ensuring a long life expectancy for your appliances. We as homeowners put off little tasks like taking care of an internal problem with a specific appliance. Keeping up maintenance for your appliances is how you can ensure a long life and ensure your appliance is working as efficiently as possible. Here are a few signs to help you determine if your refrigerator needs maintenance. So when you have your next cleaning day look out for these signs!
As much as many of us would like to hang on to summer, Fall is just about here and with that brings cooler days, longer nights, and for those of us farther North changing leaves and frosty mornings. With the changing of the seasons, there’s some prep to be done.
Check your Gutters – Clean out any leaves or debris that may have collected up there to make sure that they drain properly. While you’re up there, you should also check for any damage and repair or replace pieces as necessary. To prevent leaves from collecting and clogging them, consider installing mesh guards.
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!