Why is my hive not pairing?
If the receiver status on the hive app is showing as amber/yellow and the thermostat is searching, select the option to install a device. If it's still not working, try moving the thermostat closer to the hub.
I called and texted the tenant that you're coming today for the water heater. They will have someone waiting for the plumber at 5 PM. Also, the water heater is outside the house, so you don't even have to go inside.
Okay. Just inform your tenant that the plumber is coming over. He'll give you a call once he's near.
What is the most common problem?
Believe it or not, an appliance can be bumped or vibrate itself unplugged. We find this to be common when we go on repair calls.
Why does my dryer take so long to dry?
This problem is typically brought on by kinked vent tubing, a blockage in the vent, or too much venting material between the location of the dryer and the vent outside the home. If the venting material is excessively lengthy, it should be cut as close to the desired length as feasible. If the venting material appears sufficient in size, there may be a blockage in the vent or an excessively lengthy line from the dryer vent to the outside. Turning on the dryer without any clothes is an easy way to check the vent airflow. The airflow rate must match the amount of air venting from the dryer without using any.
What is the vibrating noise that I’m hearing in my pipes?
Minor disturbances can occur when a faucet or valve is loose, which can result in a rattling or knocking sound. Your pipes may be loose if you hear similar sounds when you quickly open and close your faucets, which can be fixed by anchoring pipes more securely. They also have various types of equipment which can be attached to the ends of your hoses and watering supplies that make it easy to attach and detach items to each other but that can also prevent water from flowing when it is hooked together. Adding air chambers to the end of long runs of pipes may also help with unwanted sounds.
Can I put my refrigerator all the way up against the wall?
Yes you can, as long as there is not a metal grid on the back of it. If there is, you should make sure you leave 1" of space between the unit and the wall.
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