The Electric Range Suddenly Stopped Working

If your oven or range has stopped working, the problems range from an overabundance of dirt and grime, to a more complicated electrical issue. However, many issues can be resolved or at least diagnosed by homeowners before calling an expert.

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Help! My Dishwasher is Overflowing

No one wants a mess in their kitchen. Dishwasher overflows can be a small nuisance or a big problem. It’s important to address any mess in your kitchen right away to ensure everyone’s safety and the safety of your appliances.

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My Garbage Disposal is Clogged and Not Working

When your garbage disposal isn’t working, it may be due to an electric or circuit problem. A glitch has the power to temporarily shut down your entire system, but may be an easy fix. Additionally, age and deterioration may be to blame, along with system jams.

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My Garbage Disposal is Leaking

If you notice your garbage disposal leaking, there are often three main culprits – damaged hoses or piping, faulty flanges or seals, or worn out units. Begin by first clearing the cabinet underneath your kitchen sink to give yourself plenty of workspace, then follow our tips to assess the problem.

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My Ice Machine is Making Foul-smelling Ice

Over time, sediment, hard water buildup, and water impurities, including deposits and calcium limescale buildup, stick to the internal components of the ice maker and water lines, pumps, and valves. ice machines need special annual cleaning to maintain the units in the best shape possible.

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Help! The Refrigerator is Leaking

If your refrigerator is leaking, possible causes range from improper water filter installation to a broken water line or a clogged drain line. It’s important to address leaking issues as soon as possible to avoid potential water damage.

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Ice is Building Up Inside My Freezer

If ice is building up on the walls of your freezer, you’ve most likely got a leakage of cold air. If the freezer is even the slightest bit ajar, moist air will enter and cold air will escape, causing frost to form. There are a few things you can do to help this situation.

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