How to Make Your Home Appliances Last Longer

How to Make Your Home Appliances Last Longer

Electronic appliances such as ovens, dishwashers, washing machines and refrigerators have now become inseparable parts of our lives, which is exactly why, when one of them goes down, it essentially puts everyone in panic mode!

Being the stressed mum who has to take care of everything inside the house in case of such an event, you are likely the most panicked person in the house. To avoid breakdowns in general, and lengthen the life of your costly investments, here are a few tips on avoiding mistakes and making decisions that will help you with that.

Only Rely on Manufacturer Authorised Technicians

All appliances that serve the same function are not made to function in the same way, although it may seem like that to the untrained eye. Even different models from the same manufacturer will require a different kind of training to be handled properly, so rest assured that unless your electronic appliances are being repaired by manufacturer authorised technicians, it will most likely shorten the lifespan of your expensive home appliances significantly.

Service Force is the only manufacturer approved repair partner for home appliances made by AEG, Zanussi and Electrolux in all of UK, so if you have a washing machine, a microwave oven, a dishwasher or any other home appliance made by these manufacturers, visit their website and book an appointment with one of their licensed and trained technicians.

Be Careful About the Parts

Unauthorised repairmen will often replace an authentic manufacturer part with a local replica, or something from another manufacturer which shouldn’t be used in that particular model. The worst part is, you won’t even realise what they have done because it will initially do the job but damage the appliance beyond repair over time.

Chances are that your repaired washing machine or microwave oven won’t be functioning as well as before if the replacement wasn’t done with a genuine part, so that could be a sign to look out for.

This is one more reason why you should always stick with manufacturer approved service technicians, because in addition to the training, they also have access to genuine parts that unauthorised personnel do not.

Clean Them Regularly

It may seem like the simplest bit of advice in the world, but know that dust, dirt, grease and grime are the biggest enemies any electronic device can have.

Clean everything from the washing machine to the inside of the microwave oven regularly to prevent gunk and dirt build-ups. Double your efforts and check the pipes for leaks every so often while you are cleaning.

Keep in mind that they cannot all be cleaned in the same way, so follow the instructions to clean each device carefully and meticulously, without ending up damaging them.

Know When It’s Time to Retire an Appliance

You may not want to admit it, but retiring an appliance and buying a new one is an inevitability! Unauthorised technicians will try to make you keep your old and outdated machines for as long as they can convince you to, since the frequently malfunctioning equipment will lead to more business for them.

Company authorised technicians have no interest in making you keep a model that’s past its lifetime since they work under contracts. They will tell you when it’s finally time to upgrade, and you need to listen to that advice and accept when it is finally time to let go.

Although the advice for maintaining each home appliance will differ depending on what it is, these are the general tips and guidelines that will keep things running in top condition for years to come, while letting you stay prepared for a breakdown.

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