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How to Test a Chest Freezer Thermostat

26th May 2010
If you suspect your thermostat chest freezer may not function correctly, and there are several ways to test it. Before you begin, and determine how bad the problem. It is not freezing freezer, and even at the highest setting? Or is it more of frosting on ... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

How to Repair a Chest Freezer that Runs Continuously

26th May 2010
If you have a chest freezer that runs continuously, you will have to look a little deeper into solving the problem. Chest freezers work in cycles. If your appliance doesn't turn off, you could run the risk of it malfunctioning altogether. Follow these eas... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Troubleshooting a Chest Freezer that Doesn't Work

26th May 2010
A chest freezer is great for storing additional food that may not fit in your fridge freezer. If your chest freezer stops working, it's important to be able to troubleshoot it quickly so that food waste is kept to a minimum. Keep the following tips in min... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Troubleshooting a Chest Freezer that Leaks

26th May 2010
If your chest freezer is showing signs of age, it may begin leaking. There are a few methods for troubleshooting faulty chest freezers but knowing some of the obvious signs of why it might leak can be very useful if you need to fix it yourself. Leaking is... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

How to Repair a Chest Freezer that Doesn't Work Read more

26th May 2010
Many homeowners love their chest freezer for the extra storage it provides, but it can be a real headache when it malfunctions. Follow these steps to identify why your chest freezer is broken so you can fix it as quickly as possible. Tools and Materials ... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Troubleshooting a Chest Freezer that Runs Continuously

26th May 2010
If your chest freezer begins running continuously or out of cycle, it may have a problem. There are ways of troubleshooting misbehaving chest freezers but be aware that there are certain components within the chest freezer that you are advised not to tamp... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

How an Engine Thermostat Works

14th May 2010
A thermostat is one of the indispensable components of your car engine. Its malfunction can lead to disastrous consequences. Ever wondered what happens inside the engine of your car? Inside the engine of your car, fuel reacts with air to give rise to mu... Read >
Author: Kimyia Varzi

Getting a hotel to make it right

20th April 2010
Bad things can happen at your hotel. Your reservation may be lost. The front desk agent may be rude. The room may be dirty. A naked man may be sitting on the bed. The room may be too hot or too cold, and the thermostat may not work. The TV in the next roo... Read >
Author: mukesh

Air Conditioning – A Healthy Car Air Conditioning Unit in 3 Simple Steps

13th April 2010
Air conditioning units that are used in cars are prone to create problems and lead to quite a lot of complications, both economically and health wise. It is best to make certain that your car's air conditioning provides best performance and is maintained ... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

How to Avoid Uneven Heating and Cooling in Your Home

08th April 2010
In order to compensate for uneven temperatures, many homeowners simply open and close vents, wear layers or fiddle with the thermostat throughout the day. However, Aris Parviz of Able Air-1, Inc. says adjusting your thermostat or shutting vents to compens... Read >
Author: Dean Matthews

Off Peak - Storage Heater

12th February 2010
Storage heaters are designed to take advantage of lower energy rates during off-peak hours. The heater runs overnight, when energy is cheaper, building up heat and storing it inside a material like brick, clay or ceramic. The heat is then released during ... Read >
Author: Jones Hummel

Air Conditioning Dos And Don'ts

08th February 2010
Are you having doubts about whether you are using your air conditioner efficiently? Are you being plagued by huge electricity bills? When we don't use our electronic gadgets correctly they tend to eat electricity giving us astronomical bills to pay each m... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Greenhouse Heaters

28th January 2010
If you want to keep your greenhouse at the ideal temperature for overwintering most frost sensitive plants, a minimum temperature of 7C (45F), you need to heat it during the coldest part of the year (autumn and winter). Many gardeners never heat their gre... Read >
Author: Mark Spencer

Electric Geysers conversion of electrical energy into heat energy

11th September 2009
It is so relaxing to take a shower in hot water after a long days work. This is when electric geysers become useful. Geysers work on the principle of conversion of electrical energy into heat energy by using a heating element. Cold water comes into a d... Read >
Author: Parul Batra

What Every Greenhouse Needs to Have

18th July 2009
People who are so into gardening simply love doing it 365 days a year. You cannot live without plants, and you feel the need to look after them. An artist is inspired to create his masterpiece in solace, just as a gardener is allowed to work in the privac... Read >
Author: F. Morgan
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