3 Easy Fixes For Appliance Repair

When your appliances stop working this can be super frustrating for you. However, you need to keep in mind that sometimes fixing your appliances can be super simple and basic. So rather than paying a large amount of money to have a repair person come and fix your appliance for you, you can first try to fix it on your own. This article will talk about 3 easy fixes for your appliances that you should try.

Dryer

If you find that your dryer is not drying your clothes properly, then there are a couple of things that you can try. First, you should check your lint catcher to make sure that it isn't full of lint. If it is, all you need to do is remove the lint catcher and clean all of the lint off of it.

If your lint catcher seems fine, then you need to pull your dryer away from the wall to make sure that the tubing connecting your dryer to the hook up is not clogged. When this tube becomes clogged, your clothes will have an incredibly hard time drying because the heated air gets stopped in the tubing and doesn't reach the dryer itself. To fix this, you simply need to remove the tubing from the wall, clean out the lint, and reattach it.

Fridge

If you have a fridge that leaks, then there are a couple of things that you can check for. If it is fridge with a water supply into the door, the problem may have to do with this water attachment. Check to make sure that it is properly attached to the back of your fridge. If this tubing is unattached, then you will need to simply reattach it. However, if it has a hole or tear in it, you will need to replace it. 

Vacuum

If the suction on your vacuum is poor, then you may need to remove the filtering system within your vacuum and wash it. Often times bagless vacuums get very dirty because their isn't a bag to take in all of the dirt. You can remove the filtration parts of your bagless vacuum, and wash them in the sink using just water. You will then need to place them on a towel until they are completely dry. Once they have dried, you can put them right back into your vacuum and you should have improved suction. 

If these tips don't solve your problem, call a local home appliance repair company. 


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