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Got Damp Clothes?!

Posted on May 24, 2015 at 11:59 PM Comments comments (274)
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Try cleaning your dryer sensor. Build up from dryer sheets, detergents
and fabric softeners can cause the sensor strip in your dryer to read incorrectly,
                                                                   leaving your clothed damp.
Most sensors are on the back side of the filter housing or at the back side of the drum. Make sure you turn off the power to your dryer. Once you have located the sensor, remove the build up on the sensor or just replace the sensor. I recommend using a Scotch
Brite pad. Gently remove the build up with warm water. Then finishing up by wiping the sensor with a clean wet cloth. Turn back on the electrical power and give your damp clothes another drying. Good luck.

Is your Refrigerator running all of the time?

Posted on August 24, 2014 at 9:52 PM Comments comments (233)
Is Your Refrigerator running all of the time? You may want to check your door gaskets.
A worn-out gasket can cause your fridge to run warm, and more often, leading to higher electric bills and wear and tear on your fridge.
  • Here are a couple of things to check for when inspecting your gasket:
  • Look for condensation or black mold. If you find either, the gasket should be replaced.
  • Take a dollar bill and close the refrigerator door on it. Try pulling on the bill slowly. If there's a slight drag on the bill, your gasket is okay. If the bill slides out easily then it's time for a new gasket. 
  • Schedule an appointment  with us (760) 902-1212. We will diagnose and service your Refrigerator.

Dishwasher not cleaning properly?

Posted on January 17, 2014 at 11:53 PM Comments comments (166)
Give your dishwasher a good scrubbing.
Take these steps to make your dishwasher squeaky clean again!
  • 1. Clean out the screen at the bottom of your tub. All of the crud off your dishes runs through here and sometimes gets caught in the screen.
  • 2. Look at the ports in the sprayer arm(s) and make sure they're unclogged by poking out any food particles.
  • 3. Open the door all the way and clean the bottom edge of the door and the area at the bottom of the dishwasher where the door (when closed) covers. You may need a degreaser to get it good and clean.
  • 4. Lastly, use a dishwasher cleaner/disinfectant and run a full cycle (without any dishes or detergent). This will leave your dishwasher smelling fresh once again.

Dunn Right Appliance Service

Posted on October 19, 2013 at 1:46 AM Comments comments (92)
Dunn Right Appliance Service now installs Appliance Surge Protectors with Power Route. This Surge Protector maintains power to the appliance after a powerful surge, so that your food in your refrigerator doesn't spoil.  An alarm sounds when the surge protector has sacrificed itself to protect your appliance.  I highly recommend having us install this Appliance Surge Protector. Call us today 760-902-1212 
Appliance Surge Protector

Appliance tip of a stove ignitor

Posted on October 19, 2013 at 1:42 AM Comments comments (137)
Appliance Service and Repair
Know the Symptoms of a Bad Ignitor.
Gas ovens are preferred for their cooking precision. However, when an ignitor begins to go out, the temperature control becomes erratic.
Aggravating as it may be, this is actually your ignitor's way of telling you to replace it, before you're left with an oven full of raw food.
First things first...
  • Before jumping to conclusions, it's always best to dot your i's and cross your t's.
  • Make sure the oven is plugged in, getting power, and the gas valve is open. If you have an older oven with a mechanical timer, make sure it hasn't been accidentally bumped off the manual setting.
  • If all that checks out, and the oven still isn't firing up, then the ignitor's probably to blame.
But, my ignitor still glows...
  • Even if your ignitor is still producing that pretty, orange glow, it doesn't mean it's working properly. Without going into the technical details, basically as the ignitor gets older, the electrical current can't flow through it as well, and eventually not at all.
  • In fact, if it takes more than 3 minutes for the ignitor to fire up, it's most likely bad.