Test your refrigerator door seals. Make sure they are airtight by closing the door over a dollar bill, so it is half in and half out of the refrigerator. If you can pull the bill out easily, the latch may need adjustment or the seal may need replacing.
Clean the lint screen in the dryer after every load to improve air circulation and prevent fire hazards.
Use the cool-down cycle to allow the clothes to finish drying with the heat remaining in the dryer.
Tip 4:Avoid using the "rinse hold" on your machine for just a few soiled dishes. It uses 3-7 gallons of hot water each use.
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5 out of 5 starsposted 1 month ago
The technician Thad was amazing. He explained everything in detail to me and was very knowledgeable and courteous. He was fast and the pricing was well within fair. I will be a customer from here on out. Thanks again Thad.
5 out of 5 starsposted 2 months ago
I have a built in Kitchen Aid Refrigerator/Freezer and the freezer was leaking water on hard word floors. I contacted Gabe's Electronics and they came out within 3 days of me contacting them.
Jeremy and Kevin showed up on time and were VERY professional and identified the issue within minutes. They took care of the issue (drain clogged with ice) and the price for service call was more than reasonable
Gabe - if you read this, please take care of Jeremy and Kevin - I have worked in customer service field all my career - and that is where is all starts - take care of the customer - they did that and more - you are very fortunate to have someone like Jeremy on your team.
Hopefully, I will not need appliance service in the near future, but when I do - will contact you - thanks much for your service.