Your appliances may be smarter than you think. Well yeah, why not? After all, we have smartphones why not
Most modern appliances today speak to you in a code to let you know that there is something functionally wrong.
What I mean by this, is that appliances will display a code on the touch control, asking you to pay attention them,
so to speak. An insightful post over at repairclinic.com touches on four appliances on how they communicate or speak
Your dishwasher– The dishes may not be getting clean at the end of the cycle.
Refrigerator– The ice cream might be a bit softer than usual.
Dryer– The clothes are still wet at the end of the cycle.
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Did you ever notice that your appliances are trying to tell you something? If you pay close attention, your appliances’ performance, or lack thereof, can help tell you what’s wrong with it. However, if your appliances are actually talking to you, you’ll need to find an entirely different type of article!
Here are four signs that your appliances need help:
Dirty DishesIf you’ve run a wash cycle on your dishwasher but the dishes still end up dirty, don’t blame your family’s lack of rinsing skills – it probably means your dishwasher isn’t getting enough hot water. The issue could be a defective water pump, water inlet valve, wash arm assembly or something else. Check out the top five reasons your dishwashing isn’t cleaning.
Warm RefrigeratorIf your refrigerator isn’t cooling enough, you could have dirty condenser coils. Just use a long-handled bristle brush to clean them. If that doesn’t fix the problem, it may mean you have a faulty condenser fan motor, evaporator fan motor, temperature control thermostat or another issue. We show you the main six reasons your fridge isn’t cooling.