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Best Appliance Repair Advice Dallas 2007 - Adam the Answer Man

Adam the Answer Man

11620 Plano Road

Dallas, TX 75243

214-553-5450

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Washer eating socks? Dryer spewing tepid air? Ice machine stop making cubes? If a home appliance—anything from a toaster to central air-conditioning units—goes kerflooey, the folks at Adam the Answer Man are ready to help. They'll walk you through diagnosing the problem so you don't waste money on the wrong part. They'll tell you what parts you'll need and usually have them in stock. They also have consumer-friendly hours. Most appliance parts stores keep banker's hours and sell to the trade, but Adam the Answer Man is open after 5 p.m. and on Saturday. They'll even tell you what tools you need. Now if only marriage counseling were this easy.
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kelshigs724
kelshigs724

I love that you said "washer eating socks!" That describes my washer perfectly! After every load of laundry, I find myself with more and more socks without mates. I didn't realize that it was possible to fix something like that on my own. Maybe I need to look into it and take action so my socks don't have to live the single life anymore. http://www.affordableappliancerepairfl.com/Washers___Dryers.html 

jordanjohnsonboo
jordanjohnsonboo

I have a question for you guys. My microwave went out a few days ago. I would like to get it fixed but I don't really know what a good price is for a microwave repair job. What do places like Adam the Answer Man charge for that sort of job? Thanks for the information.  http://www.americanapplianceinc.com/products.html

emilyjsmith2
emilyjsmith2

Wow, I had no idea that there was a business that was all about appliance repair. That sounds like something that would be useful to me right now. I have been having problems with my dryer and I am not sure what is wrong with it. I wonder if there is a business like this in my area. Hopefully I can find someone to help me out!
Emily Smith | http://www.housecallsappliancerepair.com/appliance-services.html

felicitysanderson
felicitysanderson

This kind of service is exactly what I need where you mentioned towards the end of this paragraph that they'll tell you exactly what part that you need rather than guessing and wasting money. I'm hoping to find the mystery part for my fridge! It should be an easy-enough fix once we have the part. Also, I really thought your last sentence was quite humorous!

http://www.eskirefrigeration.com.au/used-equipment1 

jaxwillis23
jaxwillis23

You never realize how much rely on your appliances until something goes wrong. I would hate it, for instance, if I needed to do laundry, but my washer stopped working. The big problem with things like this is that it's really hard, sometimes impossible, to fix on your own. I think it would be a good idea to have a good repair man or two that you can call to help if these issues come up.

http://www.infinityappliance.net/washers.html 

avalaurie86
avalaurie86

 I am learning a lot about the appliances used everyday in our homes. I figured it would be worth it to have as much knowledge as Adam. I think it would be cool to repair almost anything in the home, and saving money while I'm at it.  http://www.centralappliancear.com

jameslisbon3434
jameslisbon3434

That is nice to know that there are services still out there that can offer help should the need arise.  Sometimes I look at my appliances and think that there are so many parts, but it is probably something that requires practice to master.   All I know is that most people probably don't want an appliance to fail, so being able to get it fixed might need to be researched beforehand. http://www.crownappliance.ca/en/in_home_appliance_repair.html 

Stephen Greymond
Stephen Greymond

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M Walker
M Walker

We have a problem with our Bosch dishwasher. It seems to leave a film of food on the dishes regularly. On plastic, there seems to be a thin coat of what appears to be soap. We had someone replace the control panel a few years back. However, these problems seem to have continued. Do you have a reputable service technician that you would recommend?

Karin Kinzie
Karin Kinzie

We have an MEK 7000 built on Concept Kitchen Machine that needs repair. We have already ordered 2 "switches" but find that the part we need is in the machine and the switch connects to it. All Bosch suggests is taking the appliance out and sending it to them(will be hard) or ordering a new machine ($1000). Do you have any suggestions or experience with this applaince?

Bosch Home Appliances-Dishwash
Bosch Home Appliances-Dishwash

Bosch Home Appliances-Dishwashers-Washers-Dryers With the help of Bosch appliances, the things you do every day are easier and more enjoyable. Whether its the industry-leading silence of our dishwashers, the ingenious engineering and time-saving features of our cooking products, or the unmatched efficiency and gentle care of our front-loading washers and dryers, youll find that life with Bosch is an exciting and liberating experience, giving you the time and opportunity to focus on what matters to you most.

Bosch Home Appliances-Dishwash
Bosch Home Appliances-Dishwash

With the help of Bosch appliances, the things you do every day are easier and more enjoyable. Whether its the industry-leading silence of our dishwashers, the ingenious engineering and time-saving features of our cooking products, or the unmatched efficiency and gentle care of our front-loading washers and dryers, youll find that life with Bosch is an exciting and liberating experience, giving you the time and opportunity to focus on what matters to you most

Carolyn
Carolyn

Our Norge refrigerator was purchased in 1991. It is set on a regular setting, not Energy Saver. It doesn't seem to make any difference - there is always water collecting in the bottom of our refrigerator. I will admit, I have not cleaned the plug out in a long time - could that cause an accumulation of water? It is driving me nuts. Thanks, CJ in Dallas.

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