Everyone should know
Updated: Nov 14, 2021
In our time, it is impossible to imagine that people do not use household appliances. Every morning we take fresh food from our refrigerator. Preparing a delicious dinner after a great day. We wash clothes whenever necessary. We are so striving for the burner that we cannot think how sad it is when your refrigerator is warm and the oven no longer heats up and the dishes remain dirty, this can happen to anyone.
Home appliance repair specialists say regular scheduled maintenance and care can extend the life of kitchen appliances and prevent untimely repairs. #appliancerepair #kitchenappliance #refrigeretor #goodtipsforhomeowners.
Here are some tips for you to help you avoid trouble with your kitchen appliances.
The most important thing you can do is notice the problem as soon as possible and call the repairman.
If you notice any malfunction with your refrigerator.The best way is not to delay the repair, this can lead to an increase in the cost of repairs.
Second of all, always be careful with the refrigerator door.An overflowing freezer door with food, frequent opening of the refrigerator door, and a poorly closed freezer door for a long time is a popular cause of breakdown.
Stove and Oven tips.
Make sure the oven door is tightly closed.
Without proper sealing, your oven can lose over 20 percent of its heat. As a result, food takes longer to cook or cooks unevenly.
To check the condition of the seal, open the oven door and locate the rubber or fiberglass gasket around the door. Feel for any broken, torn, or deformed areas and close the door to check for leaks. If so, the seal needs to be replaced.
Here's some good advice.
Never place aluminum foil on the bottom of the oven to catch food. Although it sounds perfectly reasonable to keep the oven clean. The aluminum foil blocks airflow and can interfere with the heating element, causing it to fail or requiring recalibration. To keep the smooth surface looking new, we recommend that you use a razor blade to scrape off burnt food debris and clean the surface with a glass cleaner.
The most important thing you can do to keep your dishwasher working properly is to clean food from the dishes before placing them in it.
Pieces of food get stuck and bunched up in the water pump and cause bacteria to build up and have a devastating effect on the drain pump.
We recommend using a dishwasher cleaner every three to six months to remove calcium build-up.
Calcium deposits can damage the water pump, clog the spray nozzle in the dishwasher, and reduce the efficiency of cleaning dishes. Cleaners containing citric acid are effective in removing calcium build-up.