Advice on repairing your appliances
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To maximise the life of your appliance, here are a few tips: The most frequent breakdowns Before going any further in the diagnosis, it is always a good idea to check that your oven is properly plugged in and that the socket is properly supplied with electricity. The fuses blow when your oven is switched on Turn off all appliances [...]
To maximise the life of your appliance, here are a few tips: the most common problems Heating problem As paradoxical as it may seem, to cool down, it must first heat up. During normal operation, the tubes at the back of the appliance must be hot (over 60 °C); this means that the ammonia is indeed in a gaseous state. If the tubes are cold, there is no need to go further in the diagnosis, you have a heating problem. [...]
To maximise the life of your appliance, here are a few tips: Do not wash your loads too closely together. Washing machine motors are heavily stressed parts that can rotate at several thousand rpm, so it is generally advisable to let them cool down between each use. Leave about 1.5 to 2 hours between each wash. [...]
To maximise the life of your appliance, here are a few tips: Recurring breakdowns Your dishwasher does not start First of all, check whether the dishwasher is plugged in and that there are no problems in the home’s electrical system that could prevent it from starting. Once the installation has been checked, if your dishwasher still does not show any sign of starting after being switched on, check that the door is closed. [...]