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Dishwashers are one of the most used appliances we have in our homes. When they break down or start to emit strange noises, it can be both annoying and disruptive if they can’t be used. One of the most common problems people have with their dishwashers is when they start to make strange noises – for example, loud buzzing noises. … Read More
If your Frigidaire dryer is displaying an e64 error code, it means the dryer is sensing there is a problem with the heating element. It could be that a coil has broken, the element has a short circuit, or a wire is defective. If you troubleshoot the heating element but still get the e64 error code, the thermal fuse or … Read More
Hi, my name is Renae and I’m an appliance repair tech. A lot of people ask me whether or not vinegar is safe to use in your washing machine because apparently there are a lot of rumors going around that vinegar is going to eat away at the rubber gaskets and seals within your machine. Now, I don’t have a … Read More
Oh my gosh, you guys. I’ve been wanting to show you this for a long time, and now, the opportunity has finally presented itself. Hold up one sec. Hi, my name is Renae. I’m an appliance repair tech, and this is a clear dishwasher door. It’s actually a tool that we can use to diagnose dishwasher issues. It lets you … Read More
A Samsung washer U6 error code means that there is an “unbalanced load error.” The U6 error code is similar to Samsung error codes Ub, UE, 1 Ub, and 1U6. When you get a U6 error code, it usually happens near the end of the wash cycle or at the start of the spin cycle. At first, the washer may … Read More
LG dryers are high-quality appliances with industry-leading safety features. The main safety feature they have is the ability to display specific error codes when something is wrong with the dryer or the ventilation system. In this article, we will explain 3 of the most common error codes: D80, D90, and D95. Let’s start by explaining what these error codes mean. … Read More
A lot of other people ask me this question, yours was just the first that I happened to be able to find to respond to. But I see a lot of you guys saying that you always fill up to the max line in your detergent dispenser. Keep in mind, max is short for a maximum, which means that’s the … Read More