Why do we use LEDs?
We use LEDs (light-emitting diodes) for several reasons. First, LEDs are highly energy-efficient, using up to 80% less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs, which can lead to significant cost savings on electricity bills. Second, LEDs have a longer lifespan than other types of bulbs, reducing the need for frequent replacements. Finally, LEDs are available in various colors, can be dimmed, and emit little to no heat, making them versatile and ideal for various lighting needs in homes, businesses, and public spaces.
So one of your guy's technicians. Came out last week to look at my washer, and I realized that you guys weren't certified by LG. It is what it is. But I don't want them to send out a certified one. If you guys are willing to give them a call so they can get the parts for you and do the service yourself since there's a 10-year warranty on the motor. I don't know if you guys would do that, but I was wondering if you could. The unit is out of warranty, but the motor is under warranty.
Unfortunately, we don't work on units under warranty. We have our manufacturer from which we get our parts, which are still certified by brands. That's why we usually ask if it's under warranty or not.
I have a question. Are your technicians available for house calls today?
Yes, sure. The technician will be at your place in three hours.
What is the weight of 1 liter water?
A liter of water weighs around 2.21 pounds.
How to clean the fridge's water line?
A preventative approach that can maintain your water dispenser and ice maker in good working order and stop the growth of germs within the line itself is flushing out your water line every six to twelve months. The steps to cleaning the refrigerator's water line are as follows: Turn off the water supply valve. You should disconnect the fridge and the water line tubing from the supply source. Ensure that the distilled vinegar is poured into a different cup or bucket at the other end of the line when you carefully pour a cup down the tube. In addition to the water line attachment on the back of the refrigerator, soak both ends of the tube in vinegar for a few minutes. Reattach the water line tubing to the fridge and the water supply. Discard the water after using the water dispenser to flush out any vinegar that may still be present in the line. To be sure that every last drop of vinegar has exited the line, discard the first two batches of ice produced.
This is David from Legal Park Health Care. I got an appointment yesterday for someone to come out and check my refrigerator between 2 and 5 pm. They left an email saying if they could do it today.
Yeah. Unfortunately, the technician had an emergency which resulted in the rescheduling. Our technician will give you a call today when they are on their way.
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