Home Appliance Self-Repair Guides

What’s the first thought that pops into your mind the moment your microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker or any other electrical appliance breaks down? Most of us are tempted to call a technician at once.
No hurry. Just think about the average service fee in your area – you can save that money just by using this website. It contains all the information you need to fix your own home appliances, including:

  • microwaves
  • refrigerators
  • coffee makers
  • vacuum cleaners
  • ovens
  • dryers
  • freezers
  • dvd players
  • projectors.

What will you find on our site?

  1. Self-repair guides for all the major electrical appliances.

Our tutorials explain the most common problems. You will understand how your home appliance works, learn to diagnose the fault and cure it. In addition to this, our tutorials contain useful tips on how to avoid the top problems and maintain the machines in your house so they last longer.

It is important to point out, that these self-repair guides are designed for a person who is far from being a trained service technician, so everything is explained in details. Our guides have a convenient, easy-to-read online form. Nothing but simple instructions and diagrams.

  1. Error codes.

The fault code section contains information on the error codes that can be seen on the digital display of your home appliance. In some cases errors are shown with the help of the cycle indicator lights.

Of course, there is a chance you do not have great confidence in your ability to repair a refrigerator, coffee maker or vacuum cleaner, especially if you have never done this before or if it is a new brand or type of appliance for you.

But remember that it is not the first and not the last time something breaks down in your house, and if you learn to solve major problems with home appliances on your own, you will not depend on someone’s help in future.

Time also matters. You won’t have to wait for the repairman for hours or take the machine to the repair shop. Instead, you may just do all the work yourself right away. In many cases home appliances can be repaired in less than an hour.

Also, did you know that about half of the home appliance problems can be solved without any spare parts? Even if there is need for a part, you can find it and install yourself.

So, it is worth attempting to repair the machines yourself. Sometimes the problem is so serious that a trained appliance service technician is required. But most likely you will do all the work on your own, it will just take a little effort. Time to say goodbye to repair bills!

Error codes and troubleshooting