“Mold on the front-door seal of a washer: Follow this advice from SearsPartsDirect.com. Empty all garments from the washer. Mix ¾ cup of liquid chlorine bleach in 1 gallon of warm tap water. Wipe the seal area with the solution and let stand for five minutes. Rinse the area thoroughly with plain water. Open the door wide and let the seal air dry.
Maintaining a dishwasher you rarely use: Running a load once a month will help keep water seals moist and flush out any water in the pump and hoses.”
For more tips on these appliances and others read this article.
Simple preventative measures can be taken to avoid potential issues with various home appliances. Don’t wait until it is too late. Repairs may be costly and in some cases, you might need to replace your appliance.
If your appliance has gone on the fritz, call Apple Valley Eagan Appliance at 952-953-0080. Visit our appliance repair page for further details.