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DIY Repairs For Your Air Conditioner

16th May 2013
If you are using your air conditioner regularly this summer, it is inevitable that things will break down. You may notice, for example, that your ac isnít cooling as well as it used to. Or perhaps it is making strange sounds. Or maybe you find that you ha... Read >
Author: Jane D

How an Air Conditioning Work

06th November 2012
Have you ever wondered how an AC system works by giving you that seemingly endless cool breeze, most especially during the hot summer? Basically, air conditioning works like a kitchen refrigerators. A lot of people believe that this equipment is merely ad... Read >
Author: Fabric Blooms

How To Select a Waffle Iron

08th August 2012
"And in the morning, I'm making waffles." Donkey, from Shrek. Making your own waffles at home is generally not something you can do when the family is rushing out the door for school or work. But on those more leisurely weekends or holidays, waffles,... Read >
Author: Lawrence Reaves

Do You Need to Buy a Heated Dog Bed For Your Dog?

19th January 2012
Our dogs need comfort and warmth just like us, but unlike us, they cannot simply go and put on another jumper or a warm thermal vest in order to keep warm as the temperatures drop during winter. So when your dog is wanting to have a short lie down, as the... Read >
Author: Pippa Brown

Which is the Best Method of Calibration for Refrigerator Thermometer?

22nd November 2011
A refrigerator thermometer is referred to as the reliable tool of the kitchen appliance which is primarily used for assessing the precise temperature within the fridge or freezer. Why it is mandatory to have this thermometer within your kitchen accessory... Read >
Author: briley1972

How to replace the bad thermostat on your Supra

13th October 2011
It is frequent for the thermostat on your Toyota Supra to fall short and turn out to be stuck in the open up or closed place immediately after several years of support. This will adversely have an impact on motor operation. If the thermostat stays open up... Read >
Author: MervinStanton

Air Conditioner Repair Do's And Don'ts

06th May 2011
As your air conditioner ages, there will naturally be some repairs along the way. Either from age or not performing the correct maintenance, if you are experiencing the below symptoms, you may need some repairs soon. Air comes out the vents, but does n... Read >
Author: Dan Jacobs

The Function of an Electric Water Heater

27th April 2011
There are a lot of different appliances out there that use some pretty incredible technology in order to make our lives easier. One great example of this type of a unit is that of electric water heaters. These water heaters are great because they can effe... Read >
Author: Kurt Zier

Mixer Taps are getting popular for Bathroom and Kitchen Taps

15th March 2011
An excellent way to refresh from a stressful and hectic day is a warm and soothing bath that relaxes the tired muscles. A perfect bath would be such in which one can have and maintain the temperature of water that they desire and mixer taps help in doing ... Read >
Author: Alston Jose

Basics on Louvers

22nd February 2011
A louver is essentially a series of slanted blades (sometimes referred to as slats or fins) designed to permit airflow while also deflecting media such as dirt, water or solid objects. However, since no single set of louvers can satisfy every set of requi... Read >
Author: Ryan Boots

Electric kettle performance requirements and test method is expected in 2009 introduced - kettle, th

15th February 2011
2008 4 endorse the approval of the "kettle performance requirements and test methods" standard has been submitted for approval and is expected to be introduced in January 2009. Forthcoming "kettle performance requirements and test methods" in referenc... Read >
Author: ffd

How to install a mixer shower/valve

13th December 2010
Fitting a mixer shower is a pretty straight forward operation. Mixer valves are basically a mixer tap with an in-built thermostat. The theory behind a mixer shower is simple. Hot and cold water is fed to the valve from two separate pipes, the shower valve... Read >
Author: anton

Tractor Engine Cooling Systems and Possible Maintenance Problems

09th December 2010
Its farming time whether its tillage, plowing, or just normal farm work. Itís a hot day, and there are lots of things to get done around the farm. However, suddenly you notice that the temperature gauge is showing higher than normal temperature reading. A... Read >
Author: Marlon Khan

Going Crazy? Menopause May Be the Cause

30th September 2010
Are you irritable, moody, having trouble sleeping? Maybe you are convinced that your family has a conspiracy against you, turning up the thermostat every time you are in the other room. Is the notion that hot flashes are controlling your very life a real ... Read >
Author: Doug Hart

Maximum Fat Loss - Zig Zag Calorie Rotaion Method

13th July 2010
The zig zag calorie rotation method for maximum fat loss: the most effective nutritional technique for fat loss ever developed! Every time you cut calories below your maintenance level, it's never long before your body recognizes the deficit and adjust... Read >
Author: Yasar Shahzad
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