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A Guide To Repairing Appliances By Yourself:

All electric appliances fail at some point in their lifetime. This, however, means expenses to us since we have to pay professionals to fix them. Repairing them by yourself is easy but can be intimidating. Here are some tips to help you through the process:


Plugin the appliance and note its behavior. Is it not turning on? Or maybe it’s turning on but not working as expected? Is there any burnt smell? Is there any visible damage? Did you use it correctly the last time you touched it?

Understand Appliance Specifications

Small appliances are usually rated for 110 to 120 volts, while large appliances are rated 220 to 240 volts. Small appliances have few mechanics – a heating element, a fan, blades, or a small motor, while large appliances will have complex mechanics – timers, valves, switches, or solenoids.

These large appliances also have ground wires to earth them due to the large currents they use.

Trace Problems

Spot the control devices and distinguish them from the mechanical devices in the equipment. Make sure you have screwdrivers, voltage testers, and voltage meters with you for the next part.

  • Disconnect and disassemble the device – you need to disconnect the device from power to avoid electrocution. Then unscrew all bolts and screws you can see and keep them on a magnet to avoid loss.
  • Take pictures of the whole device from different angles before disassembly to help remind you where everything was previously. Gather the owner’s manual for purposes of assembly diagrams and reading the guidelines on disassembling the device.
  • Start taking parts out one by one but place them somewhere in the order you took them apart. Avoid forcing welds and rivets as you might end up damaging critical parts of the device. If the owner’s manual doesn’t give
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How to move with the plants?

If you are one of those crazy plant lovers, who want their plants everywhere they go, then this post is for you. Because when you have to move somewhere, you need to consider all the possibilities of moving and you have to be very careful about the plants as well.

Moving your plants could be challenging because a single torn leaf could be very frustrating for you and for the plant as well. but when you know how to do it at the level of excellence, you can achieve your goals easily.

Here are some tips from the professional removalist that you would find effective.

  1. Give your plants a good prune

Prepping your plants out for the moving process can give you a lot of benefits because the plants when prunes before moving, they would be in a good shape and there won’t be a lot of branches and shoots coming out of it. So when you would cut them off, they would get entangled in the things less, and there would be a lesser chance of damage. Also, pruning away the old leaves and shoots gives better new ones.

  1. Repot in plastic pots

Next you would require to transit the plants to the new plastic pots. This is because of the two reasons; one is the fact that the plastic pots are light weighted so they would be super easy to move from one place to another. And secondly, they are moving of plants to the new pots would allow you to wrap the plants properly, so they do not get damaged at all. 

  1. Check for plant pests before moving

Instead of taking the old pests to your new home, try checking the plants for the pests and use a good and less harmful pesticide. This would help kill … Read More..