Is your washer or dryer acting up? Our video playlist has easy-to-follow solutions for the most common laundry problems. Love it or loathe it, laundry is a fact of life. Here are some of our most popular Appliance Maintenance Quick Tips videos to... Read more .
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the Sears Technical School to see how this one-of-a-kind learning experience helps deliver the best repair experience for customers. From the first online test to the in-truck ride-alongs and mentoring program, the... Read more .
If your ice maker isn’t working, a simple fix might get it going again. Always unplug your refrigerator and turn the water supply line off before troubleshooting. Common Ice Maker Problems An ice maker can stop working for a variety of reasons.... Read more .
In an article at Realtor.com, you can find seven essential start-of-summer home maintenance tasks–including shortcuts for how to fix, as well as when you need to call in the pros. The article features tips for maintaining your AC, pool, riding... Read more .
In an article at The Washington Post, you can find out some helpful hints to determine if you should fix your appliance, or purchase a new one. Read the full story at Washington Post. Read more .
Tips and hacks to help extend the life of your dryer, increase safety and make laundry day easier. Most everyone knows to clean out the lint filter every time you use the dryer, but there are several other important things you should do regularly... Read more .
Reviewed.com interviews Tim Adkisson, director of product engineering for Sears Home Services, and asks him for the telltale signs of when it’s time to replace an appliance–or when it’s better to repair the one you’ve got. Considerations include... Read more .
Reviewed.com interviews Tim Adkisson, director of product engineering for Sears Home Services, and asks him which signs and symptoms mean that an appliance may be about to go. He manages more than 5,500 service technicians who repaired over five... Read more .