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How to Find the DIY Video You’re Looking For

If you’ve never had an appliance break down (lucky you) or never fixed your appliance yourself (shock horror!) you may not have ever watched an eSpares video. But our videos aren’t just for people who need to repair their faulty appliances; we also have loads of handy tips for cleaning and maintaining the machines around your home.

We’ve now uploaded over 500 videos on our channel so there’s no shortage of advice! If you want to improve the efficiency of your machine or pick up some appliance fixing skills – check it out. Here’s how to find the video you’re looking for.

Diagnostic Videos

You’ll only be able to fix a broken appliance if you know what the problem is. Fact. Our diagnostic videos show you how to identify common faults and get your appliance back to normal.

Here’s an example where Josh explains how to diagnose washing machine drain and pump problems:

Fix It Yourself Videos

Working out the problem with your machine is only worthwhile if you know how to fix it too.  That’s where our fix it yourself videos come in. We’ve got all sorts of appliance repairs covered like fixes for your dishwasher and faulty vacuum cleaner.

One of our most popular videos though is how to replace a washing machine door seal. If you’ve noticed water leaking from the front of your washing machine, this could be one for you!

Product Demonstrations

Considering buying a certain appliance, but put off by not knowing how to work it? Or maybe you’re not sure how it’ll perform? You want to be certain you’re getting a decent product before parting with your hard earned brass! To help you decide we test and demonstrate appliances and appliance accessories for you so you can make an informed decision.

Here’s one demonstration: Mat using a Kärcher Drain Cleaning Kit.

Appliance Maintenance

On the topic of getting your money’s worth, we also want you to be able to keep your appliances running well for years and years. That’s where our videos explaining how to maintain appliances come in.

Here’s how to stop your Dyson vacuum cleaner from losing suction for example.

Appliance Cleaning

The final type of video you’ll find on our channel is cleaning advice. That’s right; we get our hands dirty showing you the most efficient ways (and some tips and tricks) for cleaning your appliances.

Watch Matt getting stuck in with a demonstration on how to thoroughly clean an oven without hours of scrubbing.  The things we do to help you.

As you can imagine we’re always uploading new videos. It’s safe to say there are a lot of appliances out there which means there are lots of issues and fixes to address. So if you have a problem with your appliance we haven’t covered or want to know more about a specific machine let us know and your fix could be the focus of our next upload!

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  1. B McCahon

    on November 27, 2017 at 9:31 am - Reply

    Having a problem finding instructions on your website on how to replace faulty struts on a Bosch Classixx 1200 washing machine. Model no WFL 2463 GB/12. Can you help?
    Incidentally, I am about to replace the brushes on the main drive motor of this machine (ordered from you today 27th november) and would like to ” kill 2 birds with 1 stone!

    Bertie McCahon

    • hali

      on November 29, 2017 at 4:44 pm - Reply

      Dear B McCahon,

      On some Bosch machines the suspension damper (shock absorber) is attached to the drum with plastic pegs moulded on the tub itself and can only be removed if the tub is removed and parted. Bosch came up with a ‘modification’ advising engineers to ‘drill the old peg out’ and replace with the bolts supplied in the kit:

      Washing machine Shock absorber Stock Number ES543628

      This must be done accurately as if not may scrap one or both parts of the tub so is not recommended to be tried by only professional engineers.

      We also suggest you watch the following video as the dampers may not need replacing:

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      Hamza @ eSpares

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