Dirty dishes in the dishwasher? If dishes won't come clean in your dishwasher, the problem could be a clogged chopper assembly, which can restrict water flow.
Freezer: If your freezer has stopped freezing and only works after it is unplugged, then plugged back in (rebooted), your problem may be a faulty thermal fuse, or thermistor. Here's how to check -- and replace it, if needed -- as well as the defrost sensor. Part 1 Part 2
Oven glass: Are ugly food spills staining the glass inside your oven door? Easily take apart your oven door and clean the glass inside and out! Caution: The door is heavy, so you may need two people to lift it out.
Refrigerator: If your refrigerator has stopped cooling and only works after it is unplugged, then plugged back in (rebooted), then your problem may be a faulty thermal fuse, or thermistor. Here's how to check -- and replace it, if needed. Part 1 Part 2
Refrigerator / freezer won’t cool? If you have a Samsung, the problem could be your compressor start relay, which is integrated into the motherboard. Here’s how to replace the motherboard.
Noisy bathroom fan? Chances are you don't need to replace the entire unit. The blower wheel, or fan, may be loose on its axle. Here's how to replace the blower wheel.
Jammed tray in your DVD or CD player? You might be able to fix it using the "Star Wars" technique! Or you might try a more workable suggestion below for the price of a plumbing part.
DVD or CD player won't open? Before shelling out money for a new one, try this simple repair for less than a couple of bucks! The part is easily obtainable at your home center or hardware store.
Demystifying the dehumidifier: It's really just a simple machine once you get to know it! Understanding how it works can help you troubleshoot and identify any problems you may be having.
Demystifying the dehumidifier Part 2: Here's how to easily take yours apart for cleaning, maintenance or repairs. All you'll need are some basic tools -- like a screwdriver.
Electric stove heating unit: Have the "flames" gone out in your freestanding electric stove heating unit? Easily restore them with a pair of light bulbs and a screwdriver.
Replace the plug: Don't throw that lamp or light-duty appliance away just because there's a short in the electrical plug. For a few dollars, you can replace the plug yourself.
Ready to "cut the cord?" Make this powerful, digital TV antenna and watch TV for free! Complete, detailed step-by-step instructions, right down to what size screws you need!
Vacuum attachment stuck? You don't need to buy a new vacuum cleaner or a new hose. Easily free the latch on the attachment with a flat-blade screwdriver, and the attachment should come off.