Washer and dryers are common household appliances that are responsible for keeping your clothes, towels and linens clean. Unfortunately, many people make mistakes that can damage their appliances and lead to them needing frequent washer and dryer repair and/or can shorten the lifespan of the appliance. Here are three common user mistakes that you should avoid making to help prevent unnecessary damage to your washer and dryer.
Overusing Your Washing Machine or Dryer
When you run your dishwasher, you expect all the water used to clean your dishes to stay inside of the dishwasher. When water leaks out, it creates not only a mess but a potentially hazardous situation, which is why you need to figure out and fix the cause of your leaking dishwasher as soon as possible.
Reason #1: Damaged Dishwasher Tub
The tub in your dishwasher is the plastic that covers the bottom of your dishwasher.
It's frustrating when your clothes dryer won't turn on after you've loaded it with wet clothing. The clothes will wrinkle and develop a musty odor if you don't dry them fast, and you may need to resort to hanging the clothes in your yard or garage if you can't get your dryer working. Here are some causes for a dryer not working and repairs that might be necessary.
A Loss of Power