Temperature Check

Temperature Check

To check refrigerator temperature, place an appliance thermometer in a glass of water in the center of the refrigerator. Read it after 24 hours. To check the freezer temperature, place a thermometer between frozen packages. Read it after 24 hours.
Temperature Check

Clothes Washer Features

When shopping for a clothes washer, look for the following design features that help clothes washers cut water usage: water level controls, “suds-saver” features, spin cycle adjustment, and large capacity. For double the efficiency, buy an Energy Star...
Temperature Check

Frost Buildup

Regularly defrost manual-defrost refrigerators and freezers; frost buildup increases the amount of energy needed to keep the motor running. Don’t allow frost to build up more than one-quarter of an inch.
Temperature Check

Lint Removal

Clean the lint filter in the clothes dryer after every load to improve air circulation. Remember to regularly clean the lint from vent hoods, too.
Temperature Check

Refrigerator Seals

Replacing the seals on your refrigerator is not hard and can make a big improvement in the aplliances efficiency (and appearance). Replacement seals are often available at many home goods store and through the maker of the unit. One tip for using these replacement...