Archive for Refrigerators
This plug-in meter allows you to track total power consumption by hour, day, week, month, or year. Also displays Voltage (V), Line Frequency (Hz), and Power Factor (PF). 15 amp maximum. No batteries required. Accepts standard 110 volt plugs, 2 or 3 prong.
Stainless steel wipes keep stainless steel surfaces sparkling clean. The advanced formula is ideal for cleaning food spills, grime and stains. It leaves surfaces shining like new.
Use Whirlpool Stainless Steel Wipes on stainless steel sinks, refrigerators, dishwashers, ranges, microwaves and cookware. Contains 35 use and toss wipes.
To use, remove one wipe from container. Rub lightly on stainless steel surface. Shine appears as formula dries. No need to wipe with additional cloth.
This freezer deodorizer traps odors circulating in freezer air before they are frozen in ice cubes (not from water supply).
50 times more powerful than baking soda. Contains high absorbency activated charcoal.
Deodorizer absorbs odors from freezer air. Replace every 3 months.
To use, discard existing ice cubes and replace with a fresh supply. Remove protective film and place on top freezer shelf. For best results, use with Refrigerator Deodorizer.
Now is a good time to make sure your ice maker is working properly.
RepairClinic Ice Makers and Parts has virtually every ice maker and ice maker parts for all brands of refrigerators.
The most common ice maker is the Whirlpool ice maker which also fits most Kenmore and KitchenAid refrigerators in which the ice maker mounts on the left side interior wall in the freezer side.
Fridge Aid – Removes odors from refrigerator or freezer. Better than baking soda. Uses coconut shell instead of soda or carbon. Lasts up to one year.
With so many distractions in our everyday lives, replacing the refrigerator water filter is the last thing on our minds. However, many consumers don’t realize the negative effects of not changing the filter regularly: bacteria growth, bad tasting water and ice, and reduced water pressure. Appliance manufacturers recommend replacing the refrigerator or icemaker water filter every four to six months for the purest, and best tasting water and ice.
Most water filters contain activated carbon and synthetic filters which removes impurities and sediment in the water, and an anti-bacterial compound which helps to prevent bacterial growth in the filter. As the water passes through the filter, the carbon absorbs contaminants producing purer water. If the water filter is not changed frequently enough, the activated carbon will become saturated and the carbon will no longer absorb the contaminants. In addition, the anti-bacterial compound slowly loses its effectiveness. Eventually, the “filtered” water can contain more bacteria and impurities than the original water source.
Not all refrigerators and icemakers have a factory installed water filter, especially older models. However, a universal water filter can be installed on the water supply line. These types of filters can also be installed on the water supply line connected to sink faucets for cleaner water at the tap.
If your refrigerator does not have an icemaker, an add-on icemaker kit may be available. Many refrigerators have a tag on the back wall inside the freezer that gives a kit number indicating exactly what kind of icemaker will fit in that refrigerator.
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