Fridge – in the fridge compartment on the left or right wall
Dishwasher – on either side of the open door or on the frame of the unit
Range – on the frame when you open the bottom sliding drawer
Front-loading washer – on the frame of the unit when you open the door
Top-loading washer – located just behind the control panel
Dryer – on the frame of the unit when you open the door
The first thing to try is resetting the breaker. This often resets the control board of the unit and may quickly resolve the issue.
Check to ensure that items are properly placed in the fridge and not blocking the vents. If items are too close to the back of the fridge it can block proper air flow and cause the fridge to become warm.
Many factors can affect the production of ice, including how often you open/close the door, freezer temperature, low water pressure, or a clogged water filter.
Check to make sure the temperature of the water is at a minimum of 50 degrees Celsius. Pay close attention to the proper placement of dishes on the racks. If water cannot reach any part of the dish, it will not clean.
For most ranges and stoves, you can use any type of cookware. For induction ranges, you can only use steel, cast iron, and other types of stainless steel cookware. Copper and glass cookware cannot be used on induction ranges.
To achieve the best results from your unit, it is highly recommended that you use a rinse aid. This will prevent water spots on your glassware and help remove food particles that are left behind.
Ensure the lint screen is cleaned regularly after each cycle. Also check to ensure that vents are not clogged, which would prevent proper ventilation.
For front-loading washing machines, leave the door open after a wash cycle to prevent condensation that may cause mildew on door seals.
It is recommended to run a cleaning cycle at least once a month. If your machine does not have a cleaning cycle, look for a cleaning agent at your local grocery store, such as Affresh tablets.