Has your appliance stopped working? Try flipping your breaker. Also, add surge protectors to your appliances, large and small, to avoid malfunctions that can occur in electrical storms. Check out our other tips and recommendations below, or feel free to call now for more information on maintaining, repairing, or purchasing appliances for your home or business.
Refrigerator: Use a vacuum cleaner detachment to clean the coils of your refrigerator. Also, be sure to change the water filter in your fridge as instructed by your manual.
Clothes Dryer: Clean out the lint from your dryer vent by removing the cover and using a specialized vacuum brush.
Washing Machine: Inspect and clean washing machine hoses.
Freezer: Ice buildup can crowd your freezer over time. To defrost, remove everything in your freezer, and allow it to defrost. (You can help along defrosting with a spray bottle of hot water.) Once defrosted, wipe down the freezer and replace your items.
Gas & Electric Stoves: When a simple cleaning cloth won’t cut it, use an old toothbrush to get into each nook and cranny. For the stove’s interior, use a combination of baking soda, vinegar, and water.