Why is My Refrigerator Constantly Running?

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If you have a refrigerator that is constantly running, it will result in wasting energy and may cause your refrigerator to die out faster. We have listed some of the most common parts that might be the cause to make your refrigerator running constantly.

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Why Do I Smell Gas From My Oven?

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If you own a gas oven, you will notice that when you start the oven a strange odor will come from it. This odor is a combination of gas at the burner and the smell will disappear when the oven heats up. However, unburned gas has a distinct odor as well. You will be able to tell the difference from this odor to the gas when you turn on your oven. If it smells like rotten eggs then here is what you should do. Continue reading

The Self-Cleaning Oven System

Picture of oven with door open - self cleaning oven cycle partsOvens get dirty over time. Cleaning your oven by hand will require you to get on your knees and scrub like crazy! You can saturate the inside of your oven with cleaning chemicals and hope that your oven is clean, but that doesn’t always work. Continue reading

How To Fix An Over Flowing Washer

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An over flowing washer can be annoying and very dangerous. If your washer is over flowing, there is most likely a problem with your washer. There can be various reasons why your washer might be overflowing.

Here are some of the problems and solutions we’ve came up with:

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Why does my gas oven not heat up?

Why Does My Gas Oven Not Heat Up? If your gas oven is not heating up it might be due to your gas oven’s timer controls or electronic controls, glow-bar ignitor or safety valve.

WARNING: Before attempting to work on any appliance, make sure that all power (electricity) and utilities (water and gas) have been turned off and/or disconnected on the appliance. The insides of appliances have sharp parts and pieces that could cut or otherwise injure you. Use caution when working inside appliances.

First, check your oven’s timer controls. Are they on and getting power? Even though your oven uses gas, some parts need electricity in order to power on, create a spark, heat up or otherwise operate. Make sure the controls are in the proper position and you are not getting any error code messages on your oven display.

Is the door to your oven unlocked?  If yes, open your oven’s door to see if your oven light comes on. If it does, then you have power to your oven.

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