Journey Through Septic Maintenance and Repair

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Journey Through Septic Maintenance and Repair

Hello! I'm Alfred Alena. While living on a farm, we had to get our water from the well and process waste with a septic system. In the early years, that septic system caused us a boatload of trouble. The cause was a combination of user error and undeveloped parts. As we started to learn how to treat the septic system right, it clogged less often and ran much better. We also upgraded our septic parts to bring it into the modern era. The combination gave us a septic system that worked just as good as the sewers. I feel that sharing this information with the world will help people struggling with septic systems. I hope that my readers can use the information I share to end their struggles with septic cleaning and maintenance. I will also share information about hiring professionals to get the job done. Welcome!

2 Tips For Repairing Your Chest Freezer

Having a chest freezer in your home is a good way to provide yourself with extra storage space for all of you and your family's favorite frozen foods. If your chest freezer stops working all of a sudden, you will probably want to get it back up and running as soon as possible. These are a couple of tips that you can focus on when repairing your chest freezer.

1. Try the Easy Stuff First

Of course, it's easy to assume the worst if an appliance in your home stops working. However, sometimes the easiest and most affordable fixes can actually be the best. Therefore, you will definitely want to try the easy stuff first.

First, make sure that your chest freezer is plugged in, that there is no damage to the cord that plugs from your freezer to the wall and that your breaker has not tripped.

Once you have eliminated these possible problems, take the time to carefully clean the condenser coils on your freezer, just as you might do with your refrigerator. If the condenser coils on your freezer get clogged with dirt and dust, your freezer has to work that much harder in order to keep your food nice and cold. Not only can this cause your chest freezer to use more energy than it's supposed to, but it can also make it difficult for it to maintain the low temperatures that it's supposed to maintain.

Also, make sure that you check the door seal on your chest freezer. If the seal is dirty, clean it thoroughly to see if this solves the problem. If the seal looks worn out or torn, consider buying a replacement seal from a company that sells appliance parts. A door that doesn't seal properly could be allowing too much cold air to escape, which could also lead to it not working properly.

2. Focus on Food Safety

While working on your chest freezer, it is important for you to keep food safety in mind. It's better to be safe rather than sorry, so if your food has thawed out, consider cooking it right away or tossing it out to avoid sickness. Additionally, while working on your chest freezer, consider packing your frozen foods into coolers with ice. This is important for safety reasons and can help you avoid having to throw away good food that hasn't been brought to unsafe temperatures yet.

For more information on appliance replacement parts, contact your local appliance service center?