This step-by-step guide shows you how to pull out your old dishwasher, slide in the new one, and make the new water, drain and electrical connections. All it takes is a few basic tools and a few hours of your time.
Don't panic when the washing machine starts leaking water all over the floor! You can usually fix the problem yourself within and hour or two at a fraction of the cost of calling a service technician. And only rarely will you have to purchase a new machine. This article will help you avoid the expensive service call by showing you how to diagnose and fix the most common washing machine leaks.
Burst hoses can spell big, costly trouble. We'll show you how to replace traditional rubber hoses on wash machines with special no-burst hoses. Replacing the hoses can save you a lot of time, money and frustration down the road.