Washer repair pros help fold your laundry.
Most people in Texas remember to periodically clean their residential washing machines inside and out. There are also those that never miss a chance to disinfect their machines’ interiors too. But there is one area that gets neglected more times than not, which troubles our washer repair techs. Do you know which washing machine part we’re talking about? It’s the seemingly lowly hose.
They may appear insignificant at first but they’re categorically not. Without them, washing machines cannot move water and other liquids throughout their respective cycles. With that said, our washer repair team likes to think of them as silent workhorses. They literally stay behind the scenes and do a large part of the hefty lifting every time the machine is in use. However, when one breaks open or leaks, everyone notices and scrambles to call for washer repair.
To help our customers steer clear of those wet moment, we like to periodically inspect all of the machine’s hoses. Our techs also recommend replacing the hoses every few years whether they look in good shape or not. After all, signs of dry rot may not be readily visible. For instance, the hose could be weakening from the inside out. As such, it will likely appear fine on the surface but burst open the next time the washing machine is used.
As expected, hose material breaks are not the only problems that arise over time. There may be occasions when the hose’s fitting, gasket or screen fails too. If the gasket or fitting fails, they’ll undoubtedly be leaks to worry about. As for screen failures, they could exacerbate sedimentation problems. And those types of problems can ultimately damage clothes too. So to learn more about keeping washing machines’ silent workhorses in excellent shape before it’s too late, please contact us today.
Appliance Repair Pros throws out the trash.
Half the battle of keeping modern-day, trash compactors and other appliances in excellent working order is taking the time to load the drawer properly. Just ask our appliance repair team members. They’ve seen their share of misloading mishaps and the amount of tears those compactor disasters have caused property owners. So, to help stem the tide of compactor related frustration, we’ve assembled some loading tips and jotted them down in today’s blog post. We hope that you find them valuable enough to pass along.
Don’t put glass or plastic bottles near the drawer’s sides, front or back. Place them squarely in the center of the drawer and on their sides instead. Otherwise, they may shatter or roll in a way that alters the standard performance of the trash compactor’s drawer or interior ram.
Do remember that liquid logged trash has a tendency to splatter during trash compaction. Granted, the liquid won’t splash out on to your kitchen floor but it will make an unnecessary mess nonetheless. Consequently, our appliance repair team recommends wringing out and disposing as much liquid as possible from your household’s trash before placing it into the compactor.
Don’t forget about juicy fruits, meats and mushy veggie too. In order to keep them from splashing all over the trash compactor’s interior, contemplate wrapping them up in unwanted, plastic bags or used paper towels first. The unrecyclable bags and towels will help keep the unavoidable splatter to the bare minimum.
Do yourself, the environment and the trash compactor a solid. Refrain from running the appliance until the drawer is 75% full. Running it earlier than that typically just wastes time, energy and labor. Besides, many trash compactor manufacturers design their units not to work unless there is sufficient material available for compression.
To speak with our appliance repair pros about these and other trash compactor loading tips, please contact us at SoBellas Home Services now for Kenmore appliance repair and other services. We’d be happy to share what we know about trash compactor usage and schedule a routine maintenance, repair or any Maytag home appliance repair and replacement call us today.
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