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Inspecting washer water supply hoses

Washer fill hoses can crack over time, and create the possibility of  flood. It is a good idea to regularly inspect the condition of the hose connections at the water supply tap and at the connections to the washer. Look for cracks, evidence of leaking, or weak spots

Clean dryer venting

Lint build up in the dryer venting reduces efficiency and is also a potential fire hazard. It is a good practice to remove the venting from your dryer and clean out any lint build up, at least on an annual basis. If the venting is not accessible due

When moving a refrigerator, wait a while before restarting

It makes a difference how a freezer, refrigerator or icemaker is transported. If the appliance is moved on its side or back, it must stand upright for 24 hours before being restarted. If the unit is transported upright, it may be restarted immediately.  Lubricating oil for the refrigeration

Does your dishwasher leave a film or residue on your dishes?

Due to changes in dishwasher detergent formulation (chiefly removal of phosphates), poor dishwashing results can be experienced. One option to improve dishwashing results is through the use of a dishwasher detergent “booster”, which assists the dishwasher detergent by “replacing” the action that phosphates provided. This is particularly useful

Washers – vacation, storage, and moving care

Install and store your washer where it will not freeze. Because some water may stay in the hoses, freezing can damage your washer. If storing or moving your washer during freezing weather, winterize it. Non-Use Or Vacation Care: Operate your washer only when you are at home. If