Scott's Appliance Service

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11/25/2015
Scott's Appliance Service

Happy Thanksgiving!

How to Avoid a Thanksgiving Day Appliance Repair Service

1. Do a test run with your kitchen appliances before the big day. Test out your oven, range, cooktop, dishwasher and ice makers several days before the family will be gathering at your home. This provides you enough time to schedule an appliance repair service, without the extra hassle.

2. Do NOT put turkey bones, egg shells, or turkey grease in your garbage disposal! Turkey bones and these other items are definite No-Nos when it comes to your disposal. If in doubt- THROW IT OUT, into the trash.

3. Don’t self clean your oven the day before Thanksgiving. We recommend you perform the oven self clean AFTER Thanksgiving. Appliance studies revealed that ovens will often break or not operate properly after a self-cleaning cycle is run. This is not the best thing to happen right before the holiday!

4. Free up space in your refrigerator. If your fridge is filled to the brim with your Thanksgiving day ingredients, make sure you leave room for the door to close. If you can’t fit a cheese log in there, then chances are, you have packed it to the max. An overflowing refrigerator will keep the door from closing, and it in turn will not keep your food cool.

5. Don’t get locked out of your oven. Make sure your lock on the oven door is functioning properly. Nothing is worse than a turkey or an oven full of food you can’t get to!

6. If your dishwasher isn’t working properly right now, it won’t work right on Thanksgiving. If you think your drain might be clogged, look for the culprits like chicken bones, cellophane and broken glass. If you think your dishwasher is on its last leg, don’t wait until it is too late, get it repaired today!

7. If it leaks, fix it! No one wants to eat a rancid turkey, so make sure you freezer is keeping your holiday foods frozen. As most ice makers are incorporated into the freezer, make sure that is working as well. Sending your cousin or uncle down to the supermarket to get ice on Thanksgiving will not make for a pleasant evening.

8. Be an attentive chef! Unattended cooking leads to oven or stove top fires. Always keep a lid handy to smother flames. Should a fire occur in the oven, turn it off and keep the door closed. Keep anything that can catch fire, like oven mitts, wooden utensils, food packaging, or towels away from your stove or cooktop surfaces.

10/20/2015

How to Avoid a Thanksgiving Day Appliance Repair Service

1. Do a test run with your kitchen appliances before the big day. Test out your oven, range, cooktop, dishwasher and ice makers several days before the family will be gathering at your home. This provides you enough time to schedule an appliance repair service, without the extra hassle.

2. Do NOT put turkey bones, egg shells, or turkey grease in your garbage disposal! Turkey bones and these other items are definite No-Nos when it comes to your disposal. If in doubt- THROW IT OUT, into the trash.

3. Don’t self clean your oven the day before Thanksgiving. We recommend you perform the oven self clean AFTER Thanksgiving. Appliance studies revealed that ovens will often break or not operate properly after a self-cleaning cycle is run. This is not the best thing to happen right before the holiday!

4. Free up space in your refrigerator. If your fridge is filled to the brim with your Thanksgiving day ingredients, make sure you leave room for the door to close. If you can’t fit a cheese log in there, then chances are, you have packed it to the max. An overflowing refrigerator will keep the door from closing, and it in turn will not keep your food cool.

5. Don’t get locked out of your oven. Make sure your lock on the oven door is functioning properly. Nothing is worse than a turkey or an oven full of food you can’t get to!

6. If your dishwasher isn’t working properly right now, it won’t work right on Thanksgiving. If you think your drain might be clogged, look for the culprits like chicken bones, cellophane and broken glass. If you think your dishwasher is on its last leg, don’t wait until it is too late, get it repaired today!

7. If it leaks, fix it! No one wants to eat a rancid turkey, so make sure you freezer is keeping your holiday foods frozen. As most ice makers are incorporated into the freezer, make sure that is working as well. Sending your cousin or uncle down to the supermarket to get ice on Thanksgiving will not make for a pleasant evening.

8. Be an attentive chef! Unattended cooking leads to oven or stove top fires. Always keep a lid handy to smother flames. Should a fire occur in the oven, turn it off and keep the door closed. Keep anything that can catch fire, like oven mitts, wooden utensils, food packaging, or towels away from your stove or cooktop surfaces.

When to Repair or Replace Your Appliance
09/22/2015
When to Repair or Replace Your Appliance

When to Repair or Replace Your Appliance

Trying to figure out whether to repair or replace your dishwasher, refrigerator or other appliance. HouseLogic can help you decide.

Some good ideas to consider.
08/30/2015
10 Maintenance Tips You Can Do In Under 10 Minutes | PartSelect.com

Some good ideas to consider.

Regular upkeep, such as replacing worn appliance parts, will improve the appliance's efficiency while also keeping more money in your wallet. Take 10 minutes out of your schedule to try one of these 10 quick and easy maintenance tips.

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1826 S Yucca
Mesa, AZ
85202

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(480) 823-6402

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