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If your appliance is not working properly, here you will find some of the most common symptoms with helpful solutions to repair your broken gas or electric appliances with.
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WARNING – If you are attempting to repair any household appliances yourself, be aware that you are working with potentially dangerous electrical currents that can cause serious bodily injury or death. Always remove the electrical power source from the appliance before you ever begin working on it. If you are attempting to repair any household gas appliances yourself, always be sure to turn off the gas that is designated to the appliance before you ever begin to repair it. Be aware that appliances have extremely sharp edges and moving parts that can cause serious bodily injury or death. Be aware that there are many other dangers and precautions involved in appliance repair besides those listed above. We strongly suggest that you please read our DISCLAIMER before any further actions are taken or proceeding any further. Always think safety first!
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Troubleshooting tip – A test meter can be a real time and money saver while troubleshooting the numerous electrical parts on a gas and electric appliance. Electrical parts can be diagnosed either bad or good quick and easy, instead of assuming that an electrical part is faulty and replacing it, only to find out that the part wasn’t bad, and the problem lies elsewhere with another broken appliance part. If you don’t have a test meter, a digital meter can be purchased reasonably cheap online or from one of your local hardware stores.
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