The Fix-It Club offers simple instructions for common household repairs. Here are ten more household repair and maintenance tips, including what to do if electrical things fail, where to start looking if an amplifier quits, how to troubleshoot a modern clothes dryer, how to remove a stain, how to make better coffee, how to figure appliance wattage, and how to save on your heating bill.
With current economics, it’s even more important to repair or recycle household stuff that breaks. As you requested, here are ten more household repair and maintenance tips, including saving money on lock repair, maintaining exercise equipment, selecting new appliance cords, replacing a thermostat, understanding plumbing systems, and more.
In this difficult economic time, repairing household things that break makes even more sense. And it’s relatively easy to do — if you know how and you have the right tools. Here are ten Fix-It Tips for March.
Spring has sprung — in many places. Even if spring hasn’t visited you yet, you can get ready for it right now. Spend a few minutes checking the condition of yard tools, grills, decks, and other outdoor stuff with the our latest Fix-It Tips. We’ve also included some year-round tips to make fixing things easier.
Weather is improving and it’s time to begin thinking about summer. Yeah! But maybe you still have things that need fixing before you can use them. This month’s Fix-It Tips include gas grills, lawn mowers, concrete, window/door screens, bicycles, warranties, and others. Here are our latest ten tips to help you quickly make repairs and start enjoying your stuff again.
This month, the Fix-It Club offers ten more tips that can save you time and money around the house by fixing stuff that breaks. We’ll cover water heaters, cooktops, cordless phones, electric knives, cameras, outdoor structures and more!
Thanks again for joining the Fix-It Club. It’s free! This month’s 10 Fix-It Tips include checking appliance controls, calculating appliance wattage, treating stains, saving on your heating bill, making better-tasting coffee, fixing a clothes dryer, what to do when the lights go out, and more.
Here are October’s 10 Fix-It Tips including working on a dishwasher, repairing appliance cords, what you should know about product warranties, replacing electrical switches, replacing a thermostat, our recommendations for your Fix-It Club Toolbox, and more.
The Fix-It Club offers simple instructions for common household repairs. Here are ten practical maintenance and troubleshooting tips that can help you keep repairs to a minimum. Come back each month (or sooner) to check out the latest Fix-It Tips!
The Fix-It Club offers simple instructions for common household repairs. Here are ten more household repair and maintenance tips, including how to take your refrigerator’s temperature without a thermometer and when to buy your water heater a jacket or blanket. Thanks for joining the Fix-It Club. It’s free!