The best way to move appliances

August 29, 2013 – 02:40

While moving to a new place is always exciting, means a lot of work. But do not forget a crucial step before the move: Having all appliances ready. It's something you can do yourself or hire the same moving company to do this work for you.

The best way to move the appliances

Whether moving the do it yourself or with a company it is important to follow some basic steps with electrical appliances before loading or moving. Even check the manual for each one if you have it handy and specific instructions before you start.

Empty the refrigerator and freezer, disconnect at least 24 hours before the move to start defrosting.
If the refrigerator has a water dispenser and ice off the water line and make sure the water line is empty completely.

Once the freezer has defrosted, clean all surfaces, including shelves and storage drawers with a cloth and soap or detergent. Dry everything to prevent mold growth during transportation.

Remove all racks, shelves, drawers and storage bins or fíjalas to the sides of the refrigerator or freezer with tape to make sure it will not come off or break during the move.

Keep the cord out of the way with tape to the back of the unit.

Performs automatic cleaning cycles the oven several days before the move. Remove any dirt or food particles with a damp cloth and a mild cleaner.

Clean the stove and remove the electric burner, if your stove has. For a gas stove, clean and remove surface grids.
Empty the drawer, remove baking pans, cookie sheets, etc.. Remove the oven racks or fix them on the inside with tape to ensure no sticking and breaking the oven door.

If you have a gas oven, close the gas supply before disconnecting the line. Unplug the range of your gas line and / or disconnect the power source.

Empty the tray top and bottom of every dish, and ensures the two racks on the sides of the dishwasher with tape.

Keep the door open dishwasher after their last use for at least 24 hours to dry inside. Dry with a towel to remove any moisture.

Close the water supply shut-off valve, usually located under the kitchen sink. Disconnect the drain lines and water supply lines, or hire a plumber to do it.

Source: www.searsmicasa.com


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