Are there things I shouldn’t be flushing down the toilet?
We get this question a lot, and the answer is that you shouldn’t be flushing anything down the toilet besides your waste and a small amount of toilet paper. Toilet paper is made to naturally break down once flushed while many other options will not, damaging your septic system or causing clogs. Avoid flushing the following items down any toilet: Tampons/pads Diapers Baby wipes Paper towels Facial tissue Dental floss Q-tips Cotton balls Hair Food Cat litter Are there things I shouldn’t be putting down my garbage disposal? There are many things we encourage homeowners never to put down a garbage disposal. Some of these include the following: Eggshells Bone fragments Potato skins Banana peels Fruit pits/seeds Onion skins Popcorn kernels String vegetables Grease/fats
I just had a service earlier this year, but I have another appliance that needs to be repaired. It's a KitchenAid oven, the model is called Superba, it's a built-in single oven. It doesn't heat and is approximately 20 years old.
We can send a specialist today between 11am and 2pm. Let me remind you how we work. We have a service call fee for the visit, that is for a full physical diagnostic of the unit. And once you decide to proceed with us, the service call fee will be waived. You can pay us with a debit or credit card or with a check; we do not accept cash for now. And the specialist will call you half an hour before the arrival. Please keep your phone active.
Can I replace a four-prong plug with a three-prong plug?
The National Electric Code (NEC) requires new installations to provide a second neutral on all 220V appliances. You can replace the four-prong cord with a three-prong cord, but the safer option would be to upgrade the electrical supply to your 220V appliances.
This is Jessica again from the Electrician Service Team. I have already spoken with our managers. We can send you an electrician for tomorrow with a free estimate to do your panel update. For the free estimate, it will be 8 to 12 PM. Please keep your phone lines active since our technicians will call you 30 minutes before letting you know of their arrival.
Oh great! That's better! Thanks!
Is 750ml the same as 1 liter?
No, a 750ml bottle is not equal to one liter. One liter contains 1,000 milliliters, while a 750ml only has three-fourths of that amount.
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