One of the most important parts on your Zanussi cooker is the oven thermostat. Without it, your oven cool overcook or undercook your food leaving you and your hungry family frustrated. This is because the oven thermostat regulates the temperature of your cooker and, without it, the temperature of your oven could be very misleading. In some cases, if the oven thermostat is faulty, the oven portion of your cooker won’t work at all. Fortunately, however, replacing the oven thermostat on your Zanussi cooker is easy.
We often wash items in our washer dryer that aren’t typically meant to be washed in a washing machine. From trainers and tennis balls, to heavy duty dog leads, sports gear, and more, our washer dryer takes some abuse from time to time. That abuse, however, leads to excessive wear and tear on the machine and it could mean a broken or damaged drum paddle.
This has happened to many of us at least once in our lives, and if it hasn’t happened to you yet, it more than likely will. You are washing laundry and when you go to check to see why it is taking so long, you find that the washing machine is still full of water. It hasn’t drained and it doesn’t look like it is going to any time soon. Typically, if your washer fails to drain, it is the fault of the drain pump. A faulty drain pump, while frustrating, is easy to replace and it only requires some advice, basic hand tools, and a new drain pump.
If your washing machine is giving you trouble and not operating properly, chances are that the problem lies with the washing machine’s carbon brushes. The role of the carbon brushes is to keep your washing machine drum moving. This enables it to wash your clothes properly and efficiently. Over time, these brushes can wear down, stopping the washing machine from turning.