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Small appliance repair

Small appliances play a big role in our daily lives. When shopping for microwave ovens, vacuums, toasters, mixers and more, choose appliances that fit your need and budget. When it comes to repairs, compare the cost of fixing to the cost of replacing the item.

Appliance repair pros say some older models actually last longer than newer ones.  (Photo by Victoria H. of Humboldt, Neb.)
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Ready to purchase a new washing machine? Appliance repair pros say some newer washing machines actually don't last as long as older models.

Some service providers say the push to make appliances environmentally friendly has reduced their life span. (Photo courtesy of Dallas member Michael Valtierra)
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Some believe ‘green’ appliances really aren’t because they break down sooner, while others say the units reduce energy consumption and preserve resources

Install low-flow faucets or add aerators to your existing ones to save water. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member J.Frank L. of San Diego)
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With droughts plaguing the nation, homeowners need options on ways to reduce water consumption inside the house. Here are some tips on what you can do.

This garden apartment remodel included installation of new appliances, including this energy-efficient dishwasher. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Barbara P. of Chicago)
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When buying a major appliance like a new dishwasher, a great place to start is to look for the Energy Star label. We've anticipated some questions you may have.

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Personal opinion but I will not buy another front load washing machine again.  They simply do not clean clothes as well as the old agitator style washers do.  In the summer when I am hot and sweaty I have to wash shirts at least twice, sometimes up to four times to get the stink out.  Also, while they may save water per load washed, they run a lot longer.  My old washing machine took about 20 minutes to wash a load of clothes.  The front loader takes about an hour.  What it saves on water it more than makes up for in electricity I'm sure running three times as long.  Our front loader has not leaked but it doesn't do the job for my clothes.  Maybe someone sitting in an office all day has fewer problems having to rewash clothes.

 

As for appliance brand recommendations I have no particular favorites.  They all seem to be disposable these days, often costing as much to repair as to replace.  Samsung has made some good appliances as of late I've heard a lot of good reviews about from customers.  I've got a customer who bought a Kenmore refrigerator when they built the house.  The ice maker has gone out and the replacement part isn't any better since it's a known defect according to the appliance repairman they had look at it.  It was just past the warranty so they didn't pay for another part to be installed that was going to fail again.  Since Kenmore is made by other companies I'm sure they aren't the only one with this problem.  We live in a disposable society.  I look at how well it works, the warranty and cost and weigh the last two of those after kicking out the ones with bad reviews on that model.

 

Todd Shell

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Depends a lot on your current configuration. Rough numbers, $4-7,000 for the generator including autostart and automatic load transfer circuit box and master breakers (usually all come on the generator).

Installation (with pad already inplace and gas hookup - about $500-1000.

Electrical about $800 minimum, to maybe $2500. The $800 will get you a simple transfer switch installation but if you want some household circuits to run on the generator but others not, depending on how your current wiring is run, can run to $2000 to pull existing circuits to a new panel.

The problem is that all circuits that are going to be on the generator, unless you are planning to carry the entire household load, have to go to a separate circuit breaker panel which is fed off the automatic transfer switch, so they get power from either the power company or the generator, depending on which is providing power at the moment. That means the circuits running off either source have to be disconnected from your current breaker box, extended (commonly) over to the new box, and hooked up. All other circuits stay on your current breaker box, to run only off the public power when it is on. If the generator is large enough capactiy for your entire house load of course it costs more, but this circuit termination point moving is not needed, so electrical work drops way off to basically a connection box with the transfer switch.

A couple of words of advice - pay attention to weather protection, fire barrier between the unit and the house (including issues of overhead decks that can catch fire), automatic fire shutoff/suppression, and trickle charging from house power to generator battery. Also read CAREFULLY your power comopany rules on generator installation (commonly requires their signoff), any code restrictions on generators and noise in your area, and if your insurance rate will go up. (It definitely does if you have a fuel tank, I don't know if it does with natural gas-fired generators.)

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Welcome to the world of Google ! Google this search phrase - dual fuel downdraft convection oven range

You will find a number of brands that make dual-fuel ranges with convection oven - Jenn-air of course, and GE, Bosch, Kitchenaid, Maytag, LG, Samsung, Wolf, Frigidaire, Thermador, Viking all sellin the US. Almost all major brands make this a dual-fuel convection oven range - find model(s) you like, then start checking with local vendors to see who sells them locally - the big home improvement box stores and Sears, Best Buy for starts.

However, the bad news - according to an article I found, only Jenn-Air still makes downdraft stovetops, although I did find one blog notation about a person buying a European Viking with downdraft. Basically the fan capability in downdraft ranges is just not enough to capture the odors and grease and steam coming off a cooktop, so the other brands all dripped it and recommend an over-stove powered vent hood. Most downdraft units had about a 1/10HP fan that pulled about 300 cfm - the same as a modern bathroom fan,, when to actually cause a reverse (downward) airflow over a range requires more like 1000 cfm or more causing a downward airflow of about 10-20 mph - which would make for a little private windstorm around your stove. People also found they did not like the reduced oven size to accomodate the fan unit.

Thermador and Dacor and probably others make behind the range vent units that stick up a foot or two and pull some of the fumes from the rangetop, though reviews say their performance is iffy and basically only affects the rear burners.

My recommendation - go with an overhead vent hood and eliminate the greasy buildup and high humidity in the kitchen that go with downdraft ranges - you will also pay about half a much as for a Jenn-Air downdraft unit.

 

Appliance Sales reviews in Oxford

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I made an appointment to fix our 15 year old washing machine. He showed up just as promised, immediately recognized the type of machine (he was very familiar with it), he quickly diagnosed the problem (bad drive clutch), gave us an estimate, had the part in his truck, replaced it, tested it and it all worked perfectly. Easy payment by credit card on the spot. Clean, professional, personable, extremely knowledgeable and helpful. Everything you want in a great repairman!
- Daniel R.
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The
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crew delivered our washer and dryer on the date and time promised. Installation was quick and professional. When we started using the washer we noticed strange sounds coming from the washer, GE model model # GFDR480FWW.
Over time the noises became more frequent and
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. We called
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in November 2014 and told him of the problem.
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gave us a number to call to request a factory repairman. The GE repairman made some adjustments and the noise was somewhat improved but over time became
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; so loud you could hear it throughout the entire house.
We called
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again and he instructed us to call the GE repair service and what to tell them. Second GE repair man arrived and diagnosed the problem as faulty 7"risers.
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sent their crew and removed the risers and rebalanced the washer and dryer at no cost to us. They also took the defective risers back to the appliance center. From that point on
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took charge of the issue and worked with GE to secure for us a 100% refund. I'm thankful to
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for taking ownership of the problem and helping us through the issue. He did all of the paper work and contacted GE for us. A few weeks latter
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called and said he had a 100% refund for us. We could not be happier with
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- Harold J.
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Delivery was fine. We purchased a french door refrigerator. The clip that holds the door in place so it pulls out straight is missing. The installer called and they're replacing it. We're fine with that. However, after installing the dishwasher and disposal I now have a leak in a valve under my sink. The installers were called and returned and we were by the installer that " the valve moved as I pulled out the old disposal and installed the dishwasher". Mind you the old hoses are still in use- he didn't even connect the new dishwasher hose.
This morning my husband spoke to
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, the "Service Manager" at the store. His response was that our only option was NOT to have the dishwasher installed. Really? We were NEVER told that this could occur from either the store or the installer. Now we have to incur further expenses to call a plumber to replace the valve they damaged.
I will NEVER recommend Rice Appliances. If you go to
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in Sarasota or any other appliance store they will meet their competitor's price. We paid an installation fee for each of these- so the service wasn't free.
If you decide to purchase your dishwasher from Rice don't have them install it. Consumers- BEWARE.
- Patrick S.
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Everything wnt beautifully but I realized after a couple weeks that distribution had sent out the wrong sized boxsprings. I contacted them and they apologized and said they would be back in a day or two the correct the problem, I was so pleased that they resolved the problem in such a quick and professional manner. I will recommend them to all my friends and will certainly shop there again when I need anything else.


- Linda G.
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The way my basement is set up, the installation required a very long exhaust hose for the dryer because it isn't on an outside wall. They were not equipped for that sort of installation. The representative was very nice and told me I needed to purchase a longer hose. He also told me about getting a refund on the installation because they technically weren't able to install it.
- Christine T.
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We called this company out to take a look at our GE fridge for our condo in DC. We tried really hard to use companies in DC. We got the appointment though it was frustrating because the window they gave us for when they would come was something like 4 or 5 hours. this was back in
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2014. So we waited for a few hours and the tech came and spent 5 or so minutes and basically checked the temp and said he didn't hear any noise. He even wrote on the invoice that all he did was adjust the temp and that everything was working fine. I have no idea how it would be possible to determine that everything is working fine after 5 minutes concerning a freezer. So we called back the next week and questioned the company for why we were charged so much when the problem was fixed. We also requested a refund at that point because it seemed like without being able to pinpoint exactly what was wrong, they wouldn't be able to do much. The person on the phone said that we could just call back when we figured out the problem. Unfortunately we have now been told by our tenants that they are having soupy ice cream in the freezer and so we htought ok we finally have something to explain to the company so we called so say ok can you come out again since we think the tenants are telling us enough to figure out how to fix it. But when I called, they said that we would have to pay all over again and that we didn't have a credit on our account and that the warranty was up. I didn't know what they were talking about because they wasn't explained to us back in
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. We didn't know they have a 3 month policy to come back and apparently even though we asked for a refund, they didn't make a record of that and thus are refusing to give us a refund.
So I could go into more detail but the bottom line is that this company doesn't provide you with all of the info when you call unless you ask them lots of specific questions and sounds like they have policies for a bunch of things which aren't made clear. I will say that the manager I spoke with remained professional but seemed unwilling to be flexible to account for misunderstandings and errors in terms of what customers aren't told/aren't given enough info to make sure they are following the companies policies.
- Trina T.
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Salesman was very helpful. After I pointed out that I could get the same appliances for less money elsewhere from a competitor, the salesman made an adjustment to satisfy me. Delivery was prompt. I called the following week after delivery for an adjustment to the refrigerator door. I was given an appointment within that week. The men came out promptly and made the adjustment to my satisfaction.
- Barbara T.
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So, here's my sad story, involving a dishwasher from
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Home Improvement, installers from Mr. Appliance, and a complete lack of customer service from either. I bought a dishwasher and installation package from
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(the dishwasher, a
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, was from the Dedham,
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store). In total, it was about $800. A little steep, considering the dishwasher itself was under $500, but whatever. Anyway,
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tells me that their sub-contractor, Mr. Appliance, will be delivering the new unit, installing it, and removing the old dishwasher. Which they did. But when I got home, I noticed that during the installation, the Mr. Appliance people had pulled the counter-top out of the wall about half an inch. My wife hadn't noticed because of all the appliances along that
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of the counter-top. Anyway, we immediately call Mr. Appliance, and their response was, "We didn't do it." Well, yes you did. "No. We didn't do it. It must have already been that way." Oookay, so I paid $800 to set up a sting to falsely accuse a dishwasher installer of creating a problem that might cost $200 to fix? Yeah, that makes sense. In the meantime, the dishwasher itself has started to malfunction, only running one cycle and not any others. Anyway, after Mr. Appliance refused to take any responsibility, we call the store manager at the
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in Dedham. He was helpful enough, and promised everything would be taken care of. We DID receive a call from a
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or
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(her name seems to change when she's told it's us calling), promising she'd set something up with Mr. Appliance to fix the problem, but not even mentioning the malfunctioning dishwasher. Since that phone conversation (about two weeks ago) we've heard precisely NOTHING from either
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or Mr. Appliance. we've left multiple messages with
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(because remember, Mr. Appliance just refuses to even admit they did anything wrong), but haven't heard anything back. We are being jerked around so much, I feel like I'm in a bad p****. Come on
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, DO SOMETHING. This is unacceptable and an example of the type of "customer service" that gives big box retailers a bad name. I want a new dishwasher to replace the malfunctioning one, I want somebody other than Mr. Appliance to install it (I don't trust them anymore), and I want my counter-tops moved back into position. H***, I'm not asking for new counter-tops or anything; just have somebody put them back into place against the wall. I'll even caulk the darn thing myself. Just PLEASE, do something. Talk to me at least. SOMETHING.
- Robert S.

All Discount Appliances in Oxford, MS

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Aaron's Inc

1800 Hwy 72 E
Corinth

Andrea's Home Luxuries

115B Heritage Drive
Oxford

AppliancePartsPros.com

16501 Ventura Blvd Ste 500

Booneville Home Furnishings, Inc.

406A West College Street
Booneville

Cahaba Scapes

2130 11th avenue north

DirectBuy of Indianapolis

8450 Westfield Blvd

DrinkFromTheRock.com

7181 Eagles Perch Dr

Fireplace Creations by BMC

2669 hwy 145 south

Geek Squad - Best Buy

3040 N GLOSTER ST
Tupelo

Geek Squad - Best Buy

133 S FRONTAGE RD
Meridian

Geek Squad - Best Buy

4600 HARDY ST
Hattiesburg

Walgreens - Tupelo

834 Barnes Crossing Rd
Tupelo
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