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Your Microwave – The One Appliance To Never Try DIY Repairs

Many people love to try to save a little cash by hitting the web and searching for DIY instructions to make repairs to the appliances that they rely on each day. One appliance that you should always leave repairs to the professionals is the microwave. So, if you can't do the repair work yourself, what can you do to extend the life of your microwave and use it more efficiently? Here, you'll learn just that.

3 Important Steps When Maintaining The AC Unit

For many, the AC unit is one of the most important appliances during the summer. For it to work properly during these hotter months of the year, you need to perform the following maintenance steps.  Examine the Thermostat For you to properly control the temperatures inside your home, the thermostat needs to be in working order. Start by moving the thermostat from room temperature to a colder setting. The temperatures should gradually drop into the designated range, unless the thermostat is broken.

Gas Burners: What To Do When Your Burners Won't Light?

Sometimes when using your gas stove, you may notice that there's a burner that isn't lighting. Though this can be a concern, it's nearly always a fairly simple fix. Most burners are fairly simple, but they aren't going to ignite if the circumstances aren't exactly right -- for the purposes of safety. Here are a few things that you can check before calling the professionals, though you should always be cautious when dealing with an appliance that uses gas:

Refrigerant's Potential Health Effects

Refrigerant is the lifeblood not only of air conditioning systems but also of refrigerators and some models of dehumidifiers. Without it, such appliances would simply be unable to perform their cooling tasks. Unfortunately, the chlorofluorocarbons that make up refrigerant represent a potential health threat if able to get out into the air of your home. This article will help to educate you about this threat by introducing you to some basic information about refrigerant and its potential health effects.

Helping Your Dishwasher Work More Effectively and Reducing Repair Needs

When you have a dishwasher, you want to know that it is cleaning your dishes properly. There's no point in loading and running a dishwasher that is too full or has food scraps in it that are only going to leave a film all over the dishes. If you want to help your washer work more effectively, there are a number of strategies to follow as you load your dishwasher and get the dishes prepared to go in the washer.