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& Care Tips
Season appliance care tips
If you can avoid it, don't run the self-cleaning cycle
on your oven before a dinner party or other major event
during which you plan to cook and entertain. Ovens often
fail during and just after a self-cleaning cycle. Prior
to starting the self-cleaning cycle, loosen large particles
with a damp rag and a plastic spatula to ensure complete
cleaning. Keep in mind that oven temperatures reach 800°F
to 900°F during self-cleaning, and the oven door will
remain locked for several hours afterward to allow the
appliance time to cool. Keep this time in mind as far
as scheduling work in the kitchen is concerned.
Dishwashers also get a workout during the holidays. If
you notice that the dishes aren't getting as clean as
they should, there may not be enough water entering the
machine. When the fill cycle shuts off, there should be
a couple inches of water sitting in the basin. A likely
source of the problem is the water inlet valve.
Washing machines and dryers also take a beating this time
of year, with family members visiting, dinner linens to
wash and clothing that has been spattered by muddy early-winter
slush. Take it from us, abaappliance.com has the best
washer diagnostic information available online. But start
with the simple stuff first. As with your dishwasher,
inadequate water flow to the machine may be the result
of a malfunctioning water inlet valve.