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GE PROFILE oven appliance repair in Plymouth, MN

We just completed a repair for a customer’s GE PROFILE JTP35SP1SS in Plymouth, MN for the following problem: “Door lock was engaging as oven was heating up to normal temp in bake mode.” Our customer was pleased to be back up and running with their fixed oven! If you’re looking for help with your broken

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GE PROFILE refrigerator appliance repair for broken ice machine in Medina, MN

We just completed a repair for a customer’s GE PROFILE PGSS5RKZHSS in Medina, MN for the following problem: “not making ice, only makes a few cubes here and there.” Our customer was pleased to be back up and running with their fixed refrigerator! If you’re looking for help with the broken ice machine on your

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GE refrigerator appliance repair in Plymouth, MN

We just completed a repair for a customer’s GE Profile Refrigerator in Plymouth, MN for the following problem: “Ice was building up in the dispenser chute.” Our customer was pleased to be back up and running with their fixed refrigerator! If you’re looking for help with your Ice building up in the dispenser chute of

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KINGS BOTTLE beverage cooler appliance repair in Wayzata, MN

We just completed a repair for a customer’s KINGS BOTTLE KBU-55 in Wayzata, MN for the following problem: “Compressor not running.” Our customer was pleased to be back up and running with their fixed beverage cooler! If you’re looking for help with your Compressor not running on your beverage cooler or to get a quote

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Whisperkool wine unit appliance repair in Minneapolis, Lake of the Isles, MN

We just completed a repair for a customer’s Whisperkool XLT 1600 in Minneapolis, Lake of the Isles, MN for the following problem: “Unit was icing up.” Our customer was pleased to be back up and running with their fixed wine unit! If you’re looking for help with your Whisperkool wine unit icing up or to

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To Self-Clean, or Not to Self-Clean, That is the Question

It’s Wednesday before Thanksgiving and you’re making the final food and cleaning preparations for your guests. As you go through your checklist you see the oven, open it, and see the burnt cheese on the bottom from your son’s frozen pizza and decide you should start a self-clean cycle. You set it to clean and

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Are your clothes coming out of your dryer with a burnt smell?

There are two things that can cause that: Lint building up inside dryer and catching on fire. Fumes from painting or staining getting pulled into your dryer. The second one, maybe seems a little strange. But the fumes from painting, staining, refinishing floors, etc., get pulled into the dryer, burnt by the burner, and then

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Do you know what the energy switch on your fridge actually does?

Do you know why they would make an energy switch that you can turn off and on? Why not leave it in energy saving mode all of the time? The reason to all of those questions has to do with the real function of the switch. If you have one of these switches then your

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What should go in your dishwasher?

Often the debate for couples on if the dishes should be just scraped or scraped and rinsed is about as contentious as which way the TP roll should go on the holder. When it comes to scraping and rinsing or just scraping dishes it does not matter. It just matters how much soap you use.

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