Aug 022013
 

One of the most common questions we get asked here at Global Appliance Service: “Is it better to repair my appliance, or just buy a new one?” The rule of thumb in appliance repair is if that if the cost of the repair is more than half the cost of a new appliance, it’s better [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

It’s Saturday morning and you just put the finishing spices on a barbecue brisket, awaiting the aroma that fills your house as it cooks slowly all day long. You turn on the oven, and one of the most frustrating problems occurs–your oven does not heat up. There are a number of reasons this can occur [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

You turn on your dryer and although it seems to finish the entire cycle, the drum does not turn, leaving clothing wet and wrinkled. What could be wrong? One of the most common problems in a dryer is a bad dryer belt, which can keep your drum from turning and your dryer from working. Fortunately, [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

The following repair is for the following brands of gas ranges: Whirlpool, Kenmore, Sears, Roper, Kitchenaid, Inglis, Estate, and others. To order the Electronic Control Board, use the following link: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/range-cooktop-oven-control-board.html Generally, replacing the control board is a rather easy and simple repair. Take a look at the following video for step by step instructions [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

One of the most common problems in washer repair, is a malfunctioning agitator. When your washer does not agitate, your clothes will not be as clean as they should and therefore it is important to fix this problem straight away. Fortunately this is an easy problem to fix. The following repair is specifically if you [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

A common problem in old refrigerators is a worn out or broken refrigerator door gasket–this is the rubber gasket that allows your refrigerator door to stay properly shut and keep your food cold for you. Changing out the door gasket is a simple repair that can be done by anyone at home with a little [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

Perhaps your kid slammed your washer door too hard, breaking the handle. Or perhaps the wear and tear associated with years of laundry have finally taken its toll and your door hinge is broken. Either way, a broken door hinge is perhaps one of the most common problems associated with your washer–it is also one [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

If your washer makes noise and you fancy yourself a handyman around the house, you can easily handle this next repair–replacing the outer tub on your washer. The following video shows you step by step instructions on this fairly complicated repair. If you don’t know a thing about appliances, you may not want to try [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

If your dryer makes noise, the drum rollers are to blame. ┬áIn order to keep your dryer tumbling your clothing properly, the drum rollers sometimes need to be replaced. Today, we present a video from our friends at Appliance Parts Pros detailing exactly how to do this simple repair by yourself. Take a look at [Read more…]

Aug 022013
 

Your dryer timer calculates the length of each drying cycle and moves the dryer to the next setting. However, if the timer is broken, many problems can arise. For example, the dryer may not advance to the next setting may continue to tumble your clothing indefinitely until you manually stop the machine. The results can [Read more…]