Adding water to a High Efficiency washing machine is a mistake too many people are making that leads to dirtier laundry and wasted water. That’s because HE washing machines are designed to clean using less water and adding additional water prevents the washer from working properly.
By adding water using a bucket or hose, the items inside the tub cannot properly rub up against each other or against parts inside the tub. It’s this friction and mechanical cleaning action that gets dirt and stains out of items. The extra water also Continue reading
Did you notice that your appliance paint is chipping? Instead of buying an entire part or even appliance, it can easily be fixed with appliance paint. Appliance touch up paints is available in a variety of colors to leave your appliances looking brand new.
If you receive a “Sud” error, or “SD” fault code on your washer’s display, it means that there are far too many suds in your washer than what the machine can remove through a normal rinse cycle. This error can appear on a Samsung HE washer, Kenmore, Whirlpool washer or other brand of washer. This error usually happens due to one of the following reasons listed below. Continue reading
People keep all sorts of things in their pockets, from change, to keys, to hair pins and paper clips. Most of the time, we remember to empty our pockets before doing a load of laundry, but every now and then everyone forgets. If you’re lucky, you’ll still find them right in your pocket after the dry cycle. But sometimes, these items seem to disappear.
If you hear clinking or clanking noises during the dry cycle and suspect that you’ve lost loose change, or any other small items in your dryer we may be able to help. Continue reading
Is your dryer loud? Does it sound like you are drying a pair of sneakers or shoes in your dryer? The rumbling or thumping sound could be caused by worn drum support rollers.
The drum rollers support the dryer drum on some models and makes of dryers (like those made by Kenmore or Whirlpool.) Drum rollers can either be on the front of the dryer drum, such as on a cabinet door, or on the back of a dryer, or both, dependent on your dryer’s model.
Over time, the rollers (see below) Continue reading