In my previous article I warned about potential problems if an appliance is pushed in behind flooring and underneath a worktop. It happens surprisingly often. Read the full article here – fitting floor tiles in front of appliances. If you already have an appliance that is stuck, and you cannot get it out over theread the full article..
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You need to be mindful when fitting floor tiles in front of appliances. The same applies for laminate floor, or any flooring that raises the height of the floor in front of the appliance. Many people try to save money and effort by not fitting their flooring behind appliances. But I’ve seen a lot ofread the full article..
I write a lot about appliance safety, but I’ve always been disappointed and surprised at how few of my articles warning about fire risks in appliances get shared. It’s not a pleasant thing to think about, but it’s empowering to pro-actively cut down your risks, and it’s good to help others by sharing warnings. Firstread the full article..
A dishwasher not cleaning dishes properly can have various causes. It’s rarely anything serious. There could be a specific fault such as the motor not running, but this article is more for when the dishwasher appears to run OK and finishes in normal time, but wash results are disappointing. Choose the correct wash cycle Obviously.read the full article..
Is your dishwasher making a strange whistling noise when it’s washing dishes? It might have a surprising and unusual cause. Unusual and persistent noises from any appliance shouldn’t be ignored. Some noises may be indicating serious faults, but other noises might have trivial causes. Believe it or not, a dishwasher making a whistling noise couldread the full article..
This article is for error codes for dishwashers bought from John Lewis (example model number JLBIDW1200) which were manufactured by NEFF. These error codes may be used on other Neff dishwashers as it’s unlikely the John Lewis appliances are fundamentally different. If 30 appears in the display (red LED) it means that the anti floodread the full article..