How to Replace the Gas Safety Valve in Your Whirlpool Oven

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The gas safety valve in your Whirlpool oven model WFG505M0BW ensures no gas is released until the igniter has reached the proper temperature. A failing safety valve will stop gas from entering your appliance, meaning your oven will not heat when the igniter is activated. To replace the gas safety valve in your oven, follow the repair guide below. How to Replace … Read More

How to Replace a Faulty Timer in Your GE Dryer

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The timer in your GE dryer model GRDN510EMWS controls the various functions of your appliance. The motor on the back of the timer moves the dial, which manages how much time is left in the cycle and regulates the temperature and moisture control functions. If the dial is not advancing, your dryer won’t progress through the cycle. A malfunctioning timer can also … Read More

Experience Los Angeles in September – With Kids!

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Summer is winding down and school will be starting soon.  Our beautiful countryside is moving from Summer to Fall and you might be looking for a few things to do with your children to enjoy the last bits of Summer, or just some quality time before the hustle and bustle of the school schedule starts up for another year.  Look … Read More

A Leaking Dishwasher? Maybe It’s The “Neighbors” Fault!

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Your Dishwasher Might Be “Collateral Damage” Just because water is pouring out of the bottom of your dishwasher doesn’t always incriminate the dishwasher. Sometimes it’s the innocent victim. Being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Take for example the recent case of a Frigidaire Model FD8510LCS0. Evidence (Symptoms) Obviously, water coming from the bottom front area of the dishwasher. However, the … Read More

How to Replace a Faulty Timer in Your Maytag Washer

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The timer in your Maytag washer model LAT9605AAE controls when your appliance advances from one function to the next. A malfunctioning timer can cause your appliance to stop mid-cycle, skip cycles altogether, or refuse to progress from one cycle to the next. Swapping out the defective timer for a new one is not difficult and can be done in a short amount … Read More

How to Replace the Water Filter Housing and Tube Assembly in Your Samsung Refrigerator

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Leaks around your refrigerator’s water filter or a weak water flow from the water dispenser are symptoms of a damaged water filter housing and tube assembly. Replacing the assembly in your Samsung refrigerator model RF267AZWP/XAA is not complicated. To help you through the repair process, we’ve created a step-by-step repair guide for you to follow. DA97-06317A How to Replace the … Read More

How to Repair an Oven That Won’t Turn Off

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Help! I can’t get my range to turn off! While it may seem a bit irregular, stovetop heating elements have been known to get stuck in the high position. If that is the symptom your range is experiencing, there is no need for further troubleshooting. The infinite-heat switch is your problem and should be replaced. A range that uses single-coil surface … Read More

How to Replace Your GE Cooktop’s Dual Radiant Element When the Cooktop Won’t Heat

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Glass covered cooktops are a popular choice in residential appliances, but they look a bit more challenging to repair. Whether you’re a professional repair technician or you want to try repairing your electric cooktop yourself, one of the biggest differences is the glass cover. It needs to be handled carefully, and every time you open the appliance up for repairs, … Read More

5 Reasons Your Electric Oven Won’t Work

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Before you begin to inspect why your electric range is not working, unplug the machine from its power source. Power Source Today’s electric ranges require 240 volts of alternating current (AC) that separate and travel through two legs of 120 volts of ac. If only one leg is voltage is shut down by a tripped breaker or a blown fuse, … Read More