APPLIANCE REPAIR

Appliance repair may be easier than you think. Check out step-by-step guides, diagrams and explanations for how to repair the appliances in your home.
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The Ultimate Refacing an Appliance Quiz

Tired of the fingerprints all over your stainless steel kitchen appliances? Or just in the mood to be creative, colorful and totally unconventional? Then take our quiz and learn how you can reface your appliances yourself, whether you want to paint them in bold colors or go for the standard plain white.

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  • How to Maintain an Air Conditioner

    How to Maintain an Air Conditioner

    Central air and window conditioners require routine maintenance to keep them operating at peak efficiency. It's important to know how a system's main parts function. Learn to troubleshoot a central air and room conditioner system. See more »

  • How to Repair a Dishwasher

    How to Repair a Dishwasher

    The control panels on dishwashers can look intimidating. They're loaded with so many dials, push buttons, and other features that the machine looks too complex to repair. It isn't. Learn to repair a dishwasher. See more »

  • How to Repair a Dryer

    How to Repair a Dryer

    A dryer is a large drum into which wet laundry is loaded. Air heated by a gas heater or electric heating element is blown through the drum to dry clothes. Learn to repair a dryer. See more »

  • How to Repair a Refrigerator

    How to Repair a Refrigerator

    A refrigerator is one of the few appliances in your home that runs continuously. On the rare occasion your refrigerator does stop working, you may face a high repair. Learn how to repair a refrigerator. See more »

  • How to Repair a Washing Machine

    How to Repair a Washing Machine

    Because washing machines do so many things, they may be harder to diagnose than they are to repair. But diagnosis is possible: All it takes is some patience. Learn how to repair a washing machine. See more »

  • How to Repair an Oven

    How to Repair an Oven

    Gas and electric ovens operate fairly simply, and they're usually easy to repair, mainly because the components are designed for quick disassembly. Learn how to service and repair gas and electric ovens. See more »

  • How To Repair Gas Furnaces

    How To Repair Gas Furnaces

    Aside from burning cleaner, gas furnaces have the advantage of being relatively easy to maintain. Most problems will involve the pilot light or thermocouple. Learn how to repair your gas furnace. See more »

  • How to Repair Kitchen Equipment

    How to Repair Kitchen Equipment

    Make your kitchen feel like new with our instructions on sharpening knives and scissors; fixing china, porcelain, and glass; making a polish for brass, silver, and copper; and making new potholders out of old towels. See more »

  • How to Repair Major Appliances

    How to Repair Major Appliances

    Appliances are built to perform. They work hard, usually without too many problems. When an appliance breaks down, you may be completely at a loss. Learn how to repair major household appliances. See more »

  • How to Repair Small Appliances

    How to Repair Small Appliances

    Before you toss out that malfunctioning hair dryer, toaster, or other small appliance, make sure the problem isn't an easy one to fix. Learn troubleshooting tips for all types of small appliances. See more »

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