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Why Your Frigidaire Refrigerator Ice Tastes Bad or Smells Funny

Having refrigerator ice on demand has become a convenience that many of us can’t do without. So if your Frigidaire refrigerator ice tastes bad or has a funny smell, room temperature refreshment just isn’t an option. We’ll troubleshoot the most common reasons for bad smelling ice, like food odors or a dirty ice maker, and recommend some fast fixes.

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Top 4 Laundry Appliances Made in the USA

Buying American-made laundry appliances not only supports our economy, but also provides you with a superior product. Washers made in the USA are known for their excellent quality, features, and durability. We’ll list some of the best laundry appliances made in the USA by top brands, from Whirlpool to Speed Queen. We’ll also share our recommendations for each brand’s best washer and dryer.

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How to Clean a Whirlpool Front Load Washer That Smells Bad

While front load vs top load washer benefits include greater energy efficiency and gentler wash cycles, one drawback remains; front load washer odor. We’ll discuss how to clean a Whirlpool front load washer from the gasket to the washer drum. And just as important, we’ll share how to prevent smells with regular cleanings and correct user practices.

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Laundry 101: Choosing Between a Front Load or Top Load Washer

Are you in the market for a new washer but don’t what to choose? Deciding between a front load or top load washer can be confusing but we have some guidelines to use in making your decision. When thinking of top load vs. front load, factors such as ease of use, cleaning results, and the overall cost can all factor into your ultimate choice.

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Gas Range Maintenance Tips for the Holidays

The holidays are coming and if our gas range isn’t already the workhorse of the kitchen, it’s about to be. With holiday dinners and baking upon us, the last thing we need is for our range to malfunction when we need it most. Fortunately, some easy gas range maintenance tips are all that’s necessary to keep those turkeys and cookies coming.

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Dishwasher Smells Bad? Here’s How to Clean it Fast

We’ve all been there: you open the dishwasher and are greeted with the musty odor of mildew. Or worse: moldy food. While your dishes may be sparkling, the smell means your dishwasher is far from clean. Luckily, there are some quick remedies for when your dishwasher smells bad including 1. Clean the dishwasher tub. 2. Clean the dishwasher filter. 3. Remove dishwasher clogs…

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The Correct Way to Clean a Backpack in a Washing Machine

Knowing some tips on how to clean a backpack in a washing machine will make sure your backpack gets its best clean while protecting it in the process. 1. Check the washing instructions on the label. 2. Prepare your backpack for washing. 3. Pre-treat backpack stains. 4. Wash your backpack using the correct settings. 5. Let your backpack air dry.

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How to Organize Your Refrigerator Like a Pro

Has the inside of your refrigerator gotten a bit out of hand? If so, you’re certainly not alone. The good news is that our guide on how to organize your refrigerator offers quick, long-lasting solutions that will help make your life easier. A messy refrigerator is difficult to navigate, and it can even cost you money. Food that gets buried ends up being wasted, and storing too many items can even lead to serious cooling issues. Get ahead of the problem these handy refrigerator organization hacks.

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Foods Safety

Always keep meat, poultry, fish, and eggs refrigerated at or below 40 °F and frozen food at or below 0 °F. This may be difficult when the power is out. Keep the refrigerator and freezer doors closed as much as possible to maintain the cold temperature. The refrigerator will keep food safely cold for about 4 hours if it is unopened. A full freezer will hold the temperature for approximately 48 hours (24 hours if it is half full) if the door remains closed. Obtain dry or block ice to keep your refrigerator as cold as possible if the power is going to be out for a prolonged period of time.

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