The Oracle of Appliance Enlightenment
 
February 2014 Bonus Issue
In this Newsletter:
  • Basic Wiring Skills for Appliance Repair
  • Troubleshooting No-Heat Problems in Electric Dryers and Electric Ovens
  • Fixing an Oven that got Stuck with the Door Locked After Self-Clean
  • Where Should My Refrigerator Controls Be Set At?
  • Fixing a Washing Machine with Slow or No Cold Water Fill
  • Water Filter Quiz
  • Rare Footage of the Elusive Wild New Hampshire Snow Kitty
Basic Wiring Skills for Appliance Repair
Can you strip, splice, and crimp? Impress that special someone with your ability to do basic wiring work around your home.  It's back to basics in this video where Samurai Appliance Repair Man demonstrates common wiring skills used in appliance repair.  Wire stripping, splicing and terminal crimping are all covered.  Watch now.
Troubleshooting No-Heat Problems in Electric Dryers and Electric Ovens
In this electrifying episode of Appliantology TV, the Samurai reveals his secret technique for troubleshooting electric dryers and electric ovens that don't heat up.  After watching this life-altering video, you will no longer be intimidated or baffled by no-heat problems in electric dryers and ovens.  You will learn a time-saving troubleshooting technique that will enable you to quickly home in on the problem.  Grok now.
Fixing an Oven that got Stuck with the Door Locked After Self-Clean
In this adventure into Range Repair Land, the Samurai takes you by the hand and gently guides you through the troubleshooting steps for figuring out why an oven door got stuck locked after self-clean.  This particular range is a Frigidaire-built Kenmore but the steps and methodology illustrated apply to any make or model.  Come with me now...
Where Should My Refrigerator Controls Be Set At?
Here is a simple and humorous explanation of how to set the controls on your refrigerator to make sure it is not too hot or too cold or causing frozen produce or spoiled food, and that you are keeping it operating at the optimum temperatures throughout the year.  We get asked by our service customers (ApplianceGuru.com) all the time "where should my refrigerator controls be set at?" because the dials or buttons are labeled with numbers, rather than temperatures.  In this whimsical episode, complete with cute cat pictures, Mrs. Samurai explains how you can set your controls with confidence using inexpensive refrigerator thermometers and a little observation.  Keeping your controls set to maintain proper operating temperatures ensures food safety and energy efficiency.  Come and chill out.
Fixing a Washing Machine with Slow or No Cold Water Fill
Slow or no cold water fill is a common problem that can affect any washer, top loader or front loader, for a variety of reasons.  It's especially common for houses on a well or with older plumbing.  On washers with this problem that do the rinse cycle with cold water only, the washer will often stall because it's waiting for the water to fill to a certain level but never does (or takes a really long time to do so).  In this journey into the belly of the beast, the Samurai dives deep and shows you how to find and fix the problem.  Check it out.
Water Filter Quiz (click the photo for the answer)
 
Rare Footage of the Elusive Wild New Hampshire Snow Kitty
Enjoy this rare footage of the elusive wild New Hampshire Snow Kitty, long thought to be extinct.  Behold the beast!
 
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