RepairClinic.com provides do-it-yourself consumers with freezer parts, maintenance tips, and money-saving home appliance repair help free online.
CANTON, Mich.(PRWeb) - May 15, 2008 - A well-running freezer is a smart shopper’s best friend. Consumers wanting to maximize their food budget will buy favorite items when available at a lower price and then store them in the freezer for future use. RepairClinic.com provides appliance parts for do-it-yourself repairs and tips to keep the valued freezer clean and running efficiently.
“If you see frost or ice building up on the inside walls, ceiling, or floor of your self-defrosting freezer, it may be time to do some troubleshooting.” says Chris Hall, president and co-founder of RepairClinic.com, Canton, Mich. “Our web site provides appliance diagrams and free repair help online for both chest and upright freezers—with manual or self defrosting features. Frost build up on a manual defrost unit is normal.”
The freezer-related information available free online includes the following:
A common question we get is how to avoid freezer burn on meat products” explains Hall. “Freezer burn is actually just dehydration of the meat caused by exposure to freezer air. We recommend using airtight containers or wrappings. Most wrappings from the supermarkets do not prevent dehydration. Although freezer-burned food is safe to eat, it may be tough and tasteless. Something every good cook wants to avoid.”
RepairClinic.com regularly reminds do-it-yourselfers to consult their repair manuals and to disconnect the appliance from its power source before doing any repair work. If appliance owners have lost their manuals, check the RepairClinic.com web site to see if a copy is available.
To provide live repair help for major home appliances for the kitchen and laundry room, RepairClinic.com’s vice president, John Sowden, hosts “The Appliance Repair Show” every Sunday on News/Talk 760 WJR Radio in Detroit from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. ET. DIY listeners across the U.S. can access the popular show via the radio station’s “Listen Live” area on their website, wjr.com.
Founded in Canton, Mich., in 1999, RepairClinic.com® is the most comprehensive online resource for do-it-yourself home appliance repair help, parts and information. The site features more than 80 appliance brands—including Kenmore, Whirlpool, Maytag, GE, Frigidaire, and LG—across 16 appliance types (e.g., washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, ovens, and dishwashers). Do-it-yourselfers use the intuitive database, PartDetective®, to find the part they need or the leading-edge service, RepairGuru®, for customized, free repair help. Appliance parts are stocked in a 72,000 sq. ft. facility and shipped the same business day. Visit www.RepairClinic.com for more information.