I’m back to tell you the importance of maintenance on your appliance. These Tips are directed to your Refrigerator, Ice Machine and Dryer, of course the Brand of the machine does not matter (Example: Whirlpool, Kenmore) etc…
Save Time and money! Create a maintenance schedule on your appliances. Do it yourself by checking your manual. Most people don’t even look at the manual of their appliance. If you don’t have your manual, you can try to look it up online or call the manufacture of your appliance Dryer Repair Los Angeles.
The type of Ice Machine I’m referring to is a Stand Alone Ice Machine. Mostly manufactured by: Kitchen Aid ,Whirlpool… This Ice Machine’s have a evaporator plate that water runs over to create a block of ice. After time this plate needs to be cleaned or the block of ice will not drop into the cutting grid or will take longer than normal to drop, creating problems with your appliance.
To solve this problem you can put your ice machine in clean mode and use cleaner to clean your ice machine. Directions for this are normally on the ice machine door. If not found there you can get a basic cleaning method off the cleaning bottle. I recommend a nickel save cleaner. As always please check your manual. Ps make sure you rinse the system with clean water after cleaning. The cleaner is a acid cleaner. If you don’t think you can does this please call an appliance pro.
Is your dryer taking too long to dry your clothes? The first thing you should check is your outside vent. Some vents are located on your roof, so please be careful if you’re going to do this yourself. Some are located on the outside wall behind the dryer and can easily be cleared out. If you’re going to call a repair service to clear your vent you should ask if they clear vents, some appliance companies don’t clean venting.
If your vent is clear and you’re still having same problem: call a appliance service company.
Most Refrigerators have condenser coils that need to be cleaned. These coils keep the compressor cool and help the performance of the machine, saving you Money. Of course check your manual for the location of these coils and if there accessible from the front of the machine you can get a coil brush cleaner to clean the condenser coils. Use the coil cleaning brush for this job. You can usually get one at home depot or Lows at the appliance area; just ask for a refrigerator coil cleaning brush.