From time to time your appliances might seem like they are not working up to par. Here are a few tips you can try on your own before calling one of our professionals out to repair it.
All appliances are electrical, some are using computers. Try unplugging them for a minute in order to reset the machine.
Dryers: If your dryer is taking a long time to dry, check the vent. A clogged vent can decrease the amount of heat that is delivered and restrict the air flow, therefore increasing the drying time.
Refrigerators with a bottom freezer: If the fridge is not cooling, check the freezer. In some models the setting can be changed and turned off due to something being pressed against it.
Dishwashers: If your dishwasher is not draining, check the garbage disposal through the sink for drained water coming into it. If you have recently installed a garbage disposal, make sure the plug is removed. Not removing the plug will prevent the dishwasher from draining.
Most appliances with computer control panels have “child lock” protection buttons. Check and unlock (hold 3-5 seconds) this button when other control buttons won’t operate.