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Most people can’t imagine life without kitchen gadgets, including blenders, juicers, and coffee makers, that perform so many useful tasks. However, few of us know much about their inner workings, and when they break down we’re not sure how to articulate what’s wrong with them, or judge whether it’s best to repair or simply replace household items. Below are some key terms pertaining to small appliance repair.

  • Home Appliance – A mechanical or electrical device that assists in household activities, such as cooking and cleaning. Often found in the kitchen, these come in two categories: small appliances and major appliances. Note that a repairman skilled at maintenance in one category may not have expertise in the other.
  • Small Appliance – A type of home appliance that is portable and easily movable, such as a toaster oven. Not to be confused with major appliances.
  • Major Appliance – A type of home appliance, these are large, generally stationary fixtures, such as washing machines and refrigerators.
  • Standby Power – The small amount of electrical energy used by an appliance while it is turned off. To conserve electricity, many authorities advise unplugging appliances when they are not being used.
  • Recycling – Disposing of used or defective materials, including small appliances, in a controlled manner to prevent them from causing environmental damage. Recycling laws vary by location.
  • Spare Part – A replacement for a defective part. If spare parts are available, it may be unnecessary to replace household appliances that have stopped functioning properly.
  • Serial Number – The unique number a manufacturing company prints on an appliance, useful for identification purposes. Because the number can become damaged or unreadable, some authorities advise writing it down for future reference.
    Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers
    Washington, DC 20036
    As a premier trade organization, the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers represents the companies that fabricate, repair and routinely service various major, portable and household appliances.
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    All Appliance Parts Inc
    6800 Pendleton Pike, Indianapolis, IN 46226
    We are a small family owned and operated appliance repair parts store. We have been in the local area since 1975, and we are devoted to helping the do-it-yourselfer with household appliances.
    (317) 543-1361
    Milligan's Appliance Repair Indianapolis
    3102 S. Meridian St, Indianapolis, IN 46217
    Appliance Repair Indianapolis is the premier appliance repair service in the Indiana.Proividing a 24-hour emergency repair service that is reliable, affordable and effective.
    (317) 483-0909
    Circle City Appliance Repair,
    406 Forrest Park South Dr., Greenwood, IN 46142
    Proud to offer fast, friendly, and very dependable service. We repair all makes and models of home appliances, such as Washers, dryers, refrigerators, ranges, and microwaves.
    (317) 859-9358
    GE Factory Service
    14470 Bergen Blvd Ste 500, Noblesville, IN 46060
    (866) 530-7025
    GE Factory Service
    12722 Hamilton Crossing Blvd, Carmel, IN 46032
    (866) 530-7025
    Disposal Equipment Service
    5844 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
    (317) 357-1620
    Aqua Cooler Service
    5844 E Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
    (317) 357-1620
    Barr Plumbing Service Inc
    1589 Southpark Ct, Columbus, IN 47201
    (812) 376-9426
    GE Factory Service
    301 N Curry Pike, Bloomington, IN 47404
    (866) 530-7025
    GE Factory Service
    1736 Lammers Pike, Batesville, IN 47006
    (866) 530-7025
    Disposal A and M
    4391 S Us Highway 41, Kingman, IN 47952
    (765) 397-3309
    Sim's Appliance Repair
    5906 E State Road 48, Sunman, IN 47041
    (812) 623-6089
    Gilman TV & Appliance
    213 N Monticello St, Winamac, IN 46996
    (574) 946-6730
    Southside Vacuum Co Inc
    3702 S Calhoun St, Fort Wayne, IN 46807
    (260) 745-7788
    Wisman Appliances
    242 Fernhill Ave, Fort Wayne, IN 46805
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    (260) 483-0575
    User Review: "Great family owned business. Helpful sales people, great deals backed up by excellant service technicians."

    Small appliances are a part of every home. They reside in your kitchen, bathroom and sometimes even in the bedroom. They function to make your life easier and you never realize how much you use one until it needs to be repaired or replaced. Ever since the first portable gadget was created, small appliances have been an essential part of our lives. Most that we use run on electricity and reside in the kitchen to aid in the cooking and food preparation process. These include the microwave, toaster, blender and coffee maker. Larger items, like a residential oven and dishwasher are considered to be major household appliances. When small appliances break down, sometimes it is easier to replace household items with new ones. However, if the item was a particularly expensive item, like a specialty food processor or an antique meat grinder, a proper repair shop needs to be sought out to fix it. Often you can send the item to the company who manufactured it for repairs or to purchase a spare part. At smaller repair shops, the prices are often better and there is often less hassle from the company for you to purchase a new item. These folks working at independent repair shops are often just as good at electric repair as the larger chains. If you find you need to replace household pieces, you may find them at any commercial department store. If you are able, purchasing these items from a wholesaler or bargain store will save you money in the long run, but make sure you're not sacrificing quality for price.
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