Sunday, June 24, 2012

Checking And Maintaining Your Major Appliances



The Preventative Maintenance Plan can help you extend the life of your appliances Maintain peak efficiency, which can save you money and avert system failures. Below is a list of the standard maintenance procedures we will follow when servicing your appliances.We will mark each item as Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory and provide you with comments on next steps if repair is needed.

Washer

•Check/Adjust leveling of unit

•Check lid switch operation

•Check operation of all console controls

•Check for water leakage

•Check for visible signs of oil leakage in transmission area

•Check drive belt

•Check tension of drive belt and pulleys

•Check pump-out timing

•Check tub springs for correct positioning

Dryer

•Check/tighten supply connections (gas/electric)

•Check/adjust leveling of unit

•Check operation of all console controls

•Check cycling of heat thermostats

•Check dryer belts

•Check rollers and guides

•Check heater wiring/gas valve connections

•Check lint filter

•Check tub springs for correct positioning

Range

•Check oven door gaskets

•Check oven door latch assembly

•Check surface burner operations

•Check broiler operation

•Check oven operation

Refrigerator

•Check/clean condenser coils

•Check/tighten water line connections

•Clean door gaskets for proper sealing

•Check/adjust leveling for proper door closure

•Check/align door hinges as needed

•Check fresh food/freezer air temps

Dishwasher

•Check/clean spray arms for proper operation and cracks

•Check for possible leaks

•Check detergent/drying agent dispensers

•Check timer and electrical components

•Check water temperature and advise customer if it is not hot

Microwave (Built-in)

•Check oven door alignment

•Check for proper operation of interlocks

•Check for stirrer operation

•Check for control operations

•Check for turntable operations

•Check for auto sensor operation


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