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Get your refrigerator ready for spring with a few easy steps and make sure that it works at its best and most energy efficient all through the warm weather season.

Here’s what you need to so:

  • Clean the inside of your refrigerator. Discard any old food as well as outdated jars of condiments, jams, etc. You don’t want old food to make your appliance work harder and waste extra energy. Wash the inside of your refrigerator with warm, soapy water.
  • Clean the outside of your refrigerator by washing with warm, soapy water. Don’t forget to brush and vacuum the refrigerator condenser coils with a long-handled bristle brush and a vacuum extension. You will save money and energy by making sure that the coils don’t work harder than they have to to remove heat.
  • Replace any broken refrigerator shelves, bins and shelf supports and make extra room in your appliance. Check refrigerator gaskets and door seals to ensure efficiency – warn and damaged refrigerator seals should be replaced as they make your appliance waste hundreds of dollars worth of energy.

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By keeping your dryer clean and properly maintained you will save money on energy, prevent dangerous fires and extend the life of your appliance.

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Here is what to do:

  • Clean the dryer lint filter after every single load. Lint buildup increases dryer time, prevents proper air flow, and leads to premature component failure. Every year, lint buildup is responsible for thousands of fires in U.S. and Canada. Proper lint removal is critical for the safety of your home.
  • It is also recommended that once a month you clean the lint filter with warm water, detergent and a small bristle brush such as a toothbrush. If there are any tears, damage or dents, replace your dryer lint filter with a new one. Also, since lint also settles in the filter chute of your dryer, clean that area once per season with a long-handle brush or a vacuum attachment.
  • Even if you carefully clean your lint filter, lint and dust will still build up inside your dryer. Once or twice per year, Experts recommend that you disassemble your dryer once or twice a year and use a vacuum and attachment to remove the lint, dirt and dust. Find out how-to-disassemble videos for your model and type of dryer.
  • Once per year you should also thoroughly clean your dryer’s entire venting system from the inside of your appliance to the outside vent cap. By using a 20-foot cleaning brush you will easily reach and remove lint buildup from the back of your dryer to the outside of the dryer vent chute.
  • Inspect the area around the dryer’s vent cap outside every few months and make sure it’s clear and unobstructed by leaves, snow or shrubbery. Proper air flow is essential for your dryer to function safely and at it’s most efficient potential.

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Saving money and energy in your home is easier than ever and takes little effort and only a bit of know how.

If you do no more than follow the advice recommended here, you’ll save hundreds of dollars.

Here we go:

  • Run your home appliances during the off-peak hours of day (or night) and you will be charged up to half of what you would spend on energy during the peak hours: the off-peak hours are between 7 P.M. and noon every day, while the most expensive time to run your appliances is 2 pm. Read more.
  • Adjust your home thermostat by lowering it a couple of degrees and you will notice big savings on your energy bill. Also, program your thermostat so it automatically lowers at night or when you are out of the house. It all adds up.
  • Replace the air filers on your furnace every few months so that the furnace can run at its most energy efficient.
  • Turn off the lights, the computer, the TV, the radio and any other appliance at night or when you are out of the house. You’ll be saving energy for yourself and everyone else!
  • If you already own Energy Star home appliances, maintain them well and fix them when they break. The landfills are overflowing. This excellent website has all the parts, information and repair help you need.

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Green Kitchen Appliances

September 4, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: In most American houses, the kitchen is the hub of family activity as well as the center of the home while kitchen appliances are by far the largest consumers of energy. Why not make this all important room […]

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Viking Range Expands Recall of Built-In Refrigerators with Bottom Freezers

August 6, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: About 31,000 units of Viking refrigerators (previously recalled in 2009) are being recalled again at the present time. The doors on the refrigerator have been known to detach and pose injury to consumers. All owners are advised to […]

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Family Dollar Stores Recalls Optimus Tower Quartz Heaters

May 9, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: Family Dollar Stores is recalling over 19,640 of its Optimus Tower Quartz portable heaters due to danger of overheating and posing a fire hazard to consumers. Although there are no reports of injury or fire, there are 10 reported […]

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Haier America Expands Recall of Chest Freezers Due to Fire Hazard

April 3, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: Over 100,000 Haier model HNCM070E chest freezers, sold by regional and local retailers nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Walmart.com and other online retailers, are being recalled due to a possible fire hazard. Although there have been no reported […]

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How to Save Energy At Home During the Summer Months

April 1, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: It is easy to spend tons of money and consume great amounts of energy in your home during the hot summer months. Air conditioning alone, when used indiscriminately, can cost hundreds of dollars. And air conditioner use is […]

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Replace Batteries in Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms For Daylight Saving Time

March 8, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) urges every home or apartment resident to make sure that they have smoke and carbon monoxide alarms installed in their dwelling. If you already have smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in your […]

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Dryer Won’t Start

March 7, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: If your dryer won’t start, there could be a number of reasons for this problem. One of the most common, as well as least expensive and easiest to fix causes is a faulty dryer door switch. The average […]

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BlueStar Wall Ovens Recalled by Prizer Painter Stove Works Due to Fire Hazard

February 8, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: Prizer Painter Stove Works Inc., of Reading, Pa. is having around 940 of its BlueStar residential gas wall ovens recalled due to the problem of improper installation as well as possible damage to flexible gas appliance connectors. Both […]

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Update Your Refrigerator

January 15, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: January is an excellent time to update and revitalize your largest home appliance – your refrigerator. Refrigerators use more energy than any other appliance in your home, so it is especially important to keep it in good shape […]

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Vacuum Cleaner Parts and Resources

January 2, 2013

Looking for parts? Enter model number, part number, part type, brand, or part description and press Enter: With the fresh start of the new year upon us everyone is talking about cleaning, clearing and organizing. What better time to clean, refresh and de-clutter your home than in early January? Start by vacuuming the floors, then […]

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