Your new home is perfect, except that the old dryer cord won't fit the new plug, and no adapter will work. Here are instructions for replacing a 4-prong dryer cord with a 3-prong cord.
When the two washing machines in my life both quit, and it turned out to be the same problem with each, it seemed a clear message from the cosmos: write a Hub about this inexpensive DIY fix. Find out if it is the solution to your washer blues!
Addresses how a wringer washer can be used today to save money ... used in homesteading ... as a green alternative ... when living off the grid.If you use a wringer washer or or are buying a wringer washing machine, there are a few things to consider.
You've moved into your new home, but the dryer plug doesn't fit. Step-by-step instructions (with photos) for how to change out a 3 prong dryer plug for a new 4 prong cord.
Step by step guide to maintaining a condenser tumble dryer complete with pictures. Keep your condenser dryer running more efficiently.
A look at the advantages of Whirlpool front-load washing machines, and how to troubleshoot common problems you may experience if you already own one.
Clothes dryers are pretty simple but can be confusing at the same time. Be sure to follow safety precautions while working on an appliance. There are a variety of sounds that a dryer can make that indicate that some sort of service is needed. ...
Dryer fires are a danger to all households if clothes dryers are not properly maintained. With some simple steps you could help to prevent a dryer fire...
Clothes dryer won't produce heat? Dryer isn't drying? This article offers step-by-step advice for finding—and fixing—the problem.
Washer overflowing? I explain five ways to fix it: installing a sink, using a lint catcher, regular use of enzymes to keep it clear, using a snake, and changing to a front-loading washer.
Usually when a front load washer is not draining properly the problem could be one of two things. Either the user has put in too much soap or the pump is blocked. As stated before front load washers use very little water so care must be taken to use the proper amount of soap. There are special low sudding soaps specifically designed for front load washers. They are marked with an (He) on the label.