by JustbeFRANK on February 14, 2019

Unfortunately, a homes systems and appliances have lifespans and they wont last forever. It is a well-known fact that older machines are much less reliable and costlier, but they also have a longer lifespan.
I have already published many articles that give you information about appliances and their lifespans. However, I still recommend to work with a home warranty program like the one at First American, so that you are covered for this damages.

In this blog, I will describe the general principles behind the testing of the appliances and the testing method used in my “My Home for the past 15 years, Part 1: Testing and Refurbishment “.
The purpose of the appliance testing is to find the exact time limit for which the appliances will stay as in original condition, so that the owner will not have to pay for repairs due to an unsafe and unsanitary environment. This article will describe the test methods, the parts of the appliance which must be tested, and the tests of each part.The first part of the test consists in testing each and every part of the appliance in the order in which they should be checked. In this testing, the following components have to be tested:The components to be tested are:The testing procedure is as follows:

  1. First, a small amount of water must be added to the vacuum cleaner and vacuum cleaner attachments. This is done to be sure that the vacuum cleaner is not attached to any pipes. Then, the vacuum cleaner attachments are placed on a table for a few minutes. At the same time, a fan which can generate sufficient air is placed on top of the appliance, just above the attachments. The fan should be turned on.
  2. After a few minutes, the fan should be turned off. The vacuum cleaner is now ready for testing. 3. The vacuum cleaner can now be turned on. The vacuum cleaner attachments must be checked and fixed after the test. All testing is done using the vacuum cleaner attachments attached to the water pump.4. When the vacuum cleaner is fully vacuuming, the water is released into the vacuum cleaner hose. The water in the vacuum cleaner hose will travel to the hose with the nozzle. After the
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