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Clean your refrigerator, inside and outside, and get it ready for the warm weather months. Use your vacuum cleaner to dust the refrigerator cooling fan and the long brush to clean the condenser coils.
Check the refrigerator door seals to make sure that they are not worn out or damaged. Replace with a new door seal if necessary.
January is a good time to replace your humidifier filter, wick, or pad. As water evaporates in your unit, these parts get clogged with water deposits. This buildup greatly reduces the effectiveness of your humidifier and many units start to work at half their capacity.
This is a waste of money and energy.
Any time of the year is a good time to clean up your oven, but spring is the time when we are most in the mood to wash way the grime of winter.
Start by cleaning the stove knobs with a safe, non abrasive cleaner, so you don't cause any damage while you are cleaning. If the knobs are broken, or look old and damaged, replace them. Changing the knobs will make your stove look new and sparkly.
To find the right replacement knobs for your particular model number, visit RepairClinic.com You can easily find all the items you need for your unit at their Shop for Parts feature.
The leading cause of most dryer problems is lint build up. Lint build up causes drying times to increase dramatically and is responsible for thousands of house fires a year.
If your dryer vent is white vinyl, it is a good idea to replace it with a rigid or semi-rigid aluminum vent (White vinyl ducts are flammable and no longer meet most building codes.)
Check your washing machine water fill hoses for any signs of wear and tear: cracks, blisters, corroded fittings and leaks.
Cracks show that the rubber is aging and breaking down. Blisters caution that there might be a rupture in the inner lining of the hose. This indicated danger that the hose may burst at any time. Corroded fittings show that the hose has leaked in the past or is leaking at the present moment. If you don't replace the hose on time, you may find the fitting is virtually impossible to remove from the faucet once it has rusted and corroded.
If your washer hoses have any of these conditions, it is a good idea to replace them. (Washer water fill hoses generally need to be replaced every three to five years, whether there is a visible defect showing or not.) For greatest safety and peace of mind, use stainless steel fill hoses.
Make sure that your washing machine is level and sitting on a well-supported sub-floor. Leading cause of washer failure (and customer complaints) is a unit that moves and bangs around after being unbalanced by many loads.
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