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How to Paint a Door

A door is likely to be the first thing you see when you enter a room, so it should look nice.

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Types of Pivot Door Hinges

A pivot hinge is a hardware device used to hang and swing a door.

The Latest in Appliances

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How to Force Frigidaire Freezers Into Auto Defrost Mode

The defrost cycle on a Frigidaire freezer is typically set or started with the thermostat that is controlled or set by an electronic or mechanical timer.

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How to Install a Sliding Door Lock

Many sliding glass doors don't come with locks.

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How to Repair a Garage Door Remote

A garage door remote makes life simple.

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How to Design a Detached Garage

A garage is a necessity in parts of the country with high snowfall, and yet some homes have no garage or they have an elderly detached garage too small to address the needs of most homeowners.

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How to Compare Microwave Ovens

Unlike a traditional oven which uses heat, a microwave oven uses microwave radiation to move particles in the food, creating heat, which helps to heat food faster and, with the exception of very thick foods like a slab of meat, more evenly.

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What Do the Lock Grades Mean?

Locks come in different grades, indicating their level of trustworthiness for home and personal security.

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Instructions for Repairing Microwave Ovens

It makes sense to repair your broken microwave oven at home before purchasing a replacement or calling a technician from the manufacturer.

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How to Buy a Microwave Oven

Buying a new microwave oven isn't a difficult process.

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How to Make Your Own Tin Panels for Kitchen Cabinets

Add a touch of country to your kitchen by making your own tin panels for your kitchen cabinets.