Tips For Narrowing Down The Source Of Oven Problems

Posted on: 15 July 2016

If you have an electric oven, one of the most common issues you might encounter is poor heat production. Whether inconsistent or insufficient, it's important that you narrow the source of the problem. In many cases, this is caused by a faulty heating element. The heating elements are the large coil-like units at the top and bottom of the oven. They are the source of the heat generation when you turn on your oven.
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3 Kitchen Appliances Your New Raw Food Restaurant Shouldn't Be Without

Posted on: 2 July 2016

With younger consumers leaning towards a health-conscious diet, your new raw food restaurant has an excellent opportunity to flourish. But you'll need the right kitchen equipment to impress the diners who walk through your door. Here are three restaurant appliances your raw food kitchen shouldn't be without: Dehydrators You'll need dehydrators to create delicious raw foods such as fruit leather, brownies, pizza crusts, and flax crackers. These treats can accompany your restaurant's meals and increase the "
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Is Your Washing Machine Leaking? Here Are 7 Possible Causes

Posted on: 28 June 2016

Panic can set in when your washing machine begins leaking over the entire floor. Washing machine repairs can become very expensive if you have to hire a professional for the job. The problem may be simple, but it could involve some searching. You have two types of machines, one with a belt and the other with a direct drive unit. It is best to start with the simplest solutions and work down the line until you have a complete diagnosis.
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"Dry Cleaning" In Your Home And 4 Other Neat New Features With Modern Dryers

Posted on: 31 July 2015

Looking for a modern dryer design? Check out some of these brand-new features for cutting-edge dryers that make working in your laundry room a brand-new experience. Steam Cleaning With the steam technology in some new dryer models, you can actually clean items that are not machine washable by skipping the washer and moving right into the dryer. New dryer models will produce steam that can sanitize children's toys, pillows or other items that can't go in your conventional washing machine.
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