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Appliance Repair Tips: How To Keep Your Washer and Dryer in A Right Condition?

by Alisha Perry A Blogger
There is no denying this fact that a healthy washer and dryer makes a happy home and keep the bad smell away from your clothes. Washing machines and dryers are the most common and important home appliance that not only ensure you speedy washing but also ensure you better washing than manual. However, the health of your high-efficiency washer and dryer depends only upon how well you maintain the appliance. Improper care can lead to a number of malfunctions and cost you a fortune washer and dryer appliance repair. To help you keep your machine in a healthy condition, experts have listed a few guidelines to help you keep your unit in the best condition.

Here are the few tips that you need to keep in mind to increase the lifespan of your washer and dryer:
 
Leave the Doors Open After Washing

 
You might notice that unpleasant smell in your washer while opening the door which is prone to mold. If the truth to be told, the rubber seal around the door of your front-loading washer is the main culprit. If you don't allow you door to remain open for some time after washing, then moisture lingers, creating the perfect area for mold and mildew to grow. Simply keep the doors open and let the rubber seal dry to eliminate the smell. 
 
Run Hot Water
 
As you probably know, washing your clothes in cold water conserves energy, but what you might not realize is a hot water wash from time to time is also beneficial. Hot water helps eliminate the soap residue and grime left over from previous wash cycles. However, some high-efficiency washers come equipped with a machine cleaning cycle. If yours has a cleaning cycle, use that instead of running a hot water wash.

 
Clear the Water Filter
 
To ensure you washer running smoothly, it is advised to clean your filter once in a month to remove all the dirt that comes off your clothes during a wash cycle. The clogged filters not only increase the risk of breakdown but also put huge pressure on the machinery. 
 
Never Overload Your Dryer
 
An over-packed dryer leads to dryer repair. While this may not seem like a major blunder but it can slowly wear down your dryer and cause it to premature deteriorate. Over-drying is also a mistake that not only ruins your clothing but also lessens your dryer's life expectancy.

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