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Having a smart dishwasher that can display error codes can be a lifesaver. They help you diagnose precisely what is wrong with your dishwasher when it acts up. It is important to remember that only Samsung models with a digital display will be able to display the error codes we have listed below. If your dishwasher does not have a … Read More
Got a funky smell coming from that disposal and you’re not sure what to do? Clean it with some ice. Cleaning your disposal with ice is honestly the cheapest and most efficient way of doing so. You’re simply going to pack as much ice down in the disposal as you can fit. Any type of ice is going to do … Read More
Wondering if you can use WD-40 to clean stainless steel? Well, you absolutely can. A quick history lesson on our beloved WD-40, invented in 1953 by a company called the Rocket Chemical Company. WD-40 stands for Water Displacement, Formula 40. And on their 40th try, they struck gold. And if you are wondering, yeah, it took them 17 less tries … Read More
Bosch is a German company famous for making high-quality, well-engineered auto parts and appliances. Bosch dishwashers are particularly renowned for their cutting-edge features and long-lasting lifespan. However, even the best-made dishwashers will eventually have an issue that triggers an error code. When an error code is triggered, the dishwasher will often stop working, so you will want to diagnose and … Read More
If you’ve been in the appliance industry for any period of time, you’ve likely been told that oven thermostats are not accurate. Well, I’m here to tell you that that’s just not true. Oven thermostats are typically quite accurate and the problem is not the thermostat itself, but the user, and I’m going to explain why. Here, I have five … Read More
If your LG refrigerator is displaying a 1F or IF error code, it means the control board is detecting an issue with the ice maker, which is most likely caused by frost build-up around the ice maker fan. If you see no frost around the ice maker fan, then the fan motor, blades, or the refrigerator’s control board may need … Read More