• FREE Repair Help:

    All About Nails, Screws, Bolts, and Nuts

    All About Nails, Screws, Bolts, and Nuts

    The Fix-It Club offers basic information on a more than 250 household repairs. Most repairs require mechanical fasteners. Your home has hundreds of fasteners in it, holding walls together, binding appliance components, keeping the floor from moving[More FREE Help...]
    FREE Fix-It Guides...

    FREE Fix-It Guides...

    • About the Fix-It Club • Adjust Engine Belts • Air Purifier Repair • Amplifier Repair • Appliance Controls Repair • Asphalt Repair • Battery Recharger Repair • Battery Repair • Bicycle Repair • Blender Repair • Body Panel Repair • Building Your Own Home • Button[More FREE Help...]
    Really Easy Electrical Tests

    Really Easy Electrical Tests

    The Fix-It Club goal is to make home repairs easier. With simple instructions and an inexpensive electrical tester, you can test a wide variety of electrical and electronic devices in your home. For example, you[More FREE Help...]
    Emergency Heating Repairs

    Emergency Heating Repairs

    Winters can be cold in many parts of the country. Thankfully, most homes have a primary heating system that keeps indoor temperatures comfortable — until there is a heating emergency. That's when the Fix-It Club can[More FREE Help...]
    10 Really Good Reasons to Repair Stuff

    10 Really Good Reasons to Repair Stuff

    Things break. Everything we own, from air conditioners to zippers, eventually wear out or stops working. We can toss them and get new stuff — or we can try to repair them. The Fix-It Club offers[More FREE Help...]
    7 Easy Car Maintenance Tips

    7 Easy Car Maintenance Tips

    I've performed basic maintenance on our latest car since new. It now has more than 250,000 miles on the odometer and is still running reliably. My "secret" is easy car maintenance. Of course, I take it to my[More FREE Help...]
  • Small Appliance Repair

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    Electric toasters are easy to disassemble and repair following step-by-step instructions from the Fix-It Club.

    Small appliances dot the landscape of our lives: microwave, coffee maker, coffee grinder, food blender, waffle iron, cordless vacuum, electric can opener, electric iron, electric shaver, electric toothbrush, food mixer, food processor, food slicer, garbage disposer, hair clipper, juicer, and more. When these small appliances fail to work it's so easy to go buy another. A better option is to first take a look and see if you can repair the small appliance. The Fix-It Club offers free repair help for these and other small appliances. Our Fix-It Guides show you:

    • How small appliances work
    • What can go wrong
    • How to identify a problem
    • What is needed for repair
    • The steps to basic repairs

    Small Appliance Repairs

    An electric knife is simple to repair.

    An electric knife is simple to repair.

    That's how the Fix-It Club can help you repair small appliances: by showing you how they work and how to make common repairs. In addition, the Fix-It Club includes FREE Fix-It Guides to help you answer related questions about:

    Free Repair Help

    Here are the FREE Fix-It Guides for Small Appliance Repairs:

    Save time. Save money. Save the planet -- one repair at a time. Learn how small appliances work and what to do when they don't with free repair help from the Fix-It Club.

    --Dan "The Fix-It Man" Ramsey

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