Refrigerator ice makers are a modern day luxury but periodically, and especially if it isn’t used regularly, the delivery system for the ice maker no longer works. Sometimes you can work with it and sometimes it breaks loose and works for a while, but about twice a year or so […]
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Searching for the perfect refrigerator is a bit like a quest for the holy grail. What brand? How large? Do you want a fridge and freezer side-by-side, or do you prefer a drawer freezer at the bottom of the unit? To Energy Star, or not to Energy Star? I’m exhausted […]
Designer Ashley Legg has come up with a Smart Fridge concept with one goal in mind: to keep track of what’s in your fridge and help you plan meals accordingly. Her idea is to develop a fridge that will track your stock – alerting you if you start running low […]
Some tips for organizing your refrigerator to keep food at it’s most fresh. Signs of a messy fridge. + Milk and eggs are on a shelf on the door. This is the warmest part of the refrigerator and shouldn’t house highly-perishable items. + Raw meat is on the top shelf […]
A reader recently submitted the following question regarding their refrigerator seal not functioning properly. We’ve encountered this issue a lot and in times of saving energy, making sure our appliances are as efficient as possible is paramount. We’ve tackled this issue before, but hopefully our other readers can help him […]
How do I affix refrigerator magnets to a new stainless steel refrigerator door? We’ve got a couple different solutions that will have your favorite magnets and kid drawings back up in no time. Magnets are everywhere. They store data on our hard drives, facilitate voltage variables in our cell phone […]
Don’t let your large appliances end up in a landfill. In fact its now illegal to dump appliances in more than 20 states. Older appliances typically contain a tremendous amount of steel, especially a water heater. If you are unsure about where your local recycling centers are, start by contacting […]
With energy consumption up during the summer, of course it’s in our best interest to save it where we can. Some of the easiest ways, as you’ve seen here, are to clean and fix appliances—refrigerators included. If your refrigerator door doesn’t seal tight when closed, that’s wasted energy. Not only […]
We’ve come across the Repair Clinic, an online resource for repairing your home appliances. They state “Ask our RepairGuru® your repair question. Let our PartDetective® show the part photo, pricing and availability. Shop online or use our toll-free 800 number. No-hassle returns.” Sounds like a good deal. Anyone use them?