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Dec
12

Fixing a Dishwasher That Leaks From the Bottom of the Door

Today I am going to show you how to fix a leaking dishwasher door. If your dishwasher is leaking from the corners here underneath the door, chances are it's the gasket that is the problem, it's the seal that goes around the door. If your dishwasher has a leak coming from underneath the dishwasher, creeping out of the kitchen floor, you need to remove this panel and you probably have a failed hose...
Dec
2

Helpful Tips And Advice For Home Improvement

Helpful Tips And Advice For Home Improvement Make Your Home Imporvement Projects Easier With This Advice When you are a seller wanting to make your home look its very best for buyers, one of the most common things that you can do is to work on your yard and outside appearance. Check your light fixtures to make sure that they are clean and working and replace them if you need to. Maybe try making a small vegetable garden in your backyard since most...
Dec
2

Thoughts on Kitchen Remodels and More

Kitchen remodeling is generally a sound investment for helping enhance your home's appeal and resale value in the future when it comes to updating. An entire living area or one room, it's essential when arranging a remodeling project that you just consider your complete house. Renovation of kitchen is totally transformed of design. Kitchen Appliances and the Work Triangle: I've built several...
Nov
24

Basic Electric Circuits and Home Appliance Troubleshooting

Basic Electric Circuits and Home Appliance Troubleshooting Understanding the basics of electric circuits can go a long way in allowing you to help yourself when it comes to many common problems around the house, including dealing with a wide variety of home appliance repairs. Not that you’ll be able to do everything that a professional repair tech can do, but you will be able to save yourself some money on house calls. Plus, when you do need to have someone with...
Nov
16

Solving Common Kitchen Problems – a Clogged Sink

Solving Common Kitchen Problems – a Clogged Sink A clogged garbage disposal is a real pain to have to deal with.  Possibly the only thing worse is when you decide to fix it yourself, get part way through the project, remove the clog, and then realize that you’re not sure how to put it all back together again and you end up needing to call in the professionals, like these guys at Appliance Masters – http://austinappliancemasters.com.  Trust me, if...
Nov
5

Replace a Water Heater’s Thermocouple

Replace a Water Heater’s Thermocouple It’s very easy to change a thermocouple on a hot water tank. What we are going to do is we are going to loosen the nuts to the thermocouple, we’re going to loosen the nut to the burner too and also to the pilot tube. We are going to use an adjustable wrench with smooth teeth, that way we don’t do damage to the soft material. Once we loosen all three, we are going to pull out the whole...
Nov
4

Fixing a Toilet Fill Valve

Fixing a Toilet Fill Valve I’ve got a toilet with an old-fashion ball-cock that’s been running and what we are going to do is replace it with a newer style fill valve and we’ll go through the steps one by one. The first step is to shut the valve off that fills the tank. I had to put a wrench on it to break it free and you can hear the water stop. So we turned it clock-wise until the water stops. And the next step...

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