How do Circuit Boards Work?
Circuit boards act as the brain for your devices by transferring electronic signals and power between parts. You can find them in major appliances like furnaces, air conditioners, and refrigerators.
How do you reset a Duraflame infrared heater?
If you need to restart your Duraflame infrared heater, turn off the power and unplug it from the wall socket. Leave it disconnected for 5 minutes, then plug it back in. If that doesn't work, try a Master Reset: Turn off the power and unplug again as before, but this time also removes the batteries from any backup battery pack. Press and hold the main power button on your unit. While still holding the button, plug your unit back in, and once it is plugged in, continue holding the button for 5 seconds before releasing it. Your heater should now work as normal.
Who orders the parts?
Your assigned Service Experts order the part themselves. As soon as parts arrived, we schedule the next appointment with you in order for Service Experts can come to install them.
How many feet is a full size bed?
An average-sized room should be approximately 10 feet by 12 feet. A full bed is 75 inches long, and a double bed is 53 inches wide, meaning a double or full bed only takes up 15 additional inches compared to a single bed.
My outlet is not working in my bathroom, kitchen, basement, garage or outside but there is no GFI reset button on the outlet. What should I do?
Look for a tripped GFI in another location. When GFI protection was first introduced, many electricians would protect one outlet from another in a remote, and sometimes distant location. Since these are the areas that ground fault protection is most often required, if you have an outlet not working in one of these locations, look for a tripped GFI in another one of these locations before calling an electrician.
I'm calling because I have a broken washing machine, and I wanted to see if you guys could troubleshoot it. We recently overloaded it, and now it's showing an error code, and when I get to the spin cycle, it shuts down. Maybe something happened or broke. Is there anybody, like tech, that I can talk to know if it is worth getting repaired or just replacing it?
Unfortunately, we currently don't have technicians in the office since they're in the field. We can help get you a schedule for a technician to come over to your home and diagnose your unit so you can have an estimate for it.
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