Home appliances make life easier, but what's really going on inside them? HowStuffWorks Home Appliances articles take a look inside common household appliances.
5 Reasons Why Your Air Conditioner Stopped Working
How to Diagnose a Water Heater Problem
Which Works Best: Laundry Pods, Powder or Liquid Detergents?
Getting to the Bottom of the Bidet
What's the Difference Between Toilet Paper and Tissue?
How Often Should You Clean Your Humidifier?
Gas vs. Electric Stoves: Which is really more efficient?
Magnetic Air Conditioners: A High Tech Way Of Keeping Cool
Stop Hand-washing Your Dishes!
Does Your Fridge Water Taste Bad? Here's How to Fix It
How to Clean a Microwave
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