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I didnt know you were suppose to drain your water heater!! So that is the best tip for meReplyDelete
Clean the condensor coils on your fridgeReplyDelete
I like the drain your water heater tip!ReplyDelete
Drain hot water heater - didn't know to do it.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the contest.
slehan at juno dot com
Cleaning out the burners. I don't do that often at all. :\ReplyDelete
Drain the hot water heater. I will definitely be letting the hubby know that one.ReplyDelete
That the stove flames should be blue!ReplyDelete
To clean the microwave with baking soda.ReplyDelete
let the hot water run when coming back home after being away to get rid of gas build up which could damage appliances etc...ReplyDelete
clean the condensor coilsReplyDelete
Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com
to Drain the hot water heater.ReplyDelete
I like the drain your water heater tip, but I wish I had known that before mine started leaking and flooded my garage.ReplyDelete
I didn't know to drain the hot water heater.ReplyDelete
Drain the hot water heater.ReplyDelete
the one about the condenser coils in the refrigeratorReplyDelete