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Replacing a failed garbage disposer can seem daunting. There's the usual trepidation about electricity and water, the unfamiliar sink connection and enough drain fittings to make leaks a real possibility. Then there are the hassles of comparison shopping and the suspicion that the job could run into real money. And finally, failed disposers don't often leak, at least not in the beginning, so it's easy to put things off. If this sounds familiar, you'll be happy to know that replacing a disposer is really fairly simple. With today's plastic waste kits, leaks are seldom a problem and the electrical connections are similarly quick and easy. Finally, retail outlets sell good disposers for every household budget. Before you buy, though, it pays to check out your old unit to make sure it's not simply jammed. The list of things a food disposer can consume is fairly short. Soft or crisp foods are fine, but hard or stringy foods can be trouble. Disposers can be stopped in their tracks by celery, eggshells and apple seeds, as well as the usual kitchen flotsam, including pop-tabs, scouring pads and twist-ties. Jamming is so common that every disposer comes with a wrench and an on-board circuit breaker, so don't assume your disposer has failed simply because it stops working. Use a flashlight to check for foreign objects lodged in the perimeter openings of the drum. Remove any obstruction with needle-nose pliers. If you see nothing obvious, insert the wrench into the motor spline, found at the bottom of the unit, and twist right and left. If the motor spins freely, check that the circuit breaker hasn't tripped and then try the reset button. If these measures don't work, and your disposer's warranty has expired, it's time to replace it. Shopping For Disposals Disposers range between $45 and $250, and most hold up fairly well under normal use. It's common for a $50, 1/3-hp disposer with a 1-year warranty to last 10 to 12 years. So what does more money buy? Increased...
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As the temperature drops, the chance of freezing pipes rises – along with several other issues. But there are some proactive measures you can take to protect your home. Here's a list of tips from State Farm that can help avoid trouble with frozen pipes: Look for cracks and holes in siding and check insulation. Pipes can freeze anywhere if they're exposed to extreme cold. When it's very cold outside, let the hot and cold faucets drip overnight. Open cabinet doors to let heat get to non-insulated pipes under sinks on exterior walls. Insulate pipes in the crawl space or attic. Seal leaks that allow cold air inside. Disconnect garden hoses. Use an indoor valve to shut off and drain water from pipes leading to outside faucets. If you are leaving home for an extended period of time, keep home heated to at least 55 degrees. Another issue this time of year is the potential for ice dams, which form when the temperature of an attic is above freezing. That causes snow on the roof to melt. But when it refreezes when the weather gets colder, the pools of water can leak into your home. State Farm also offers tips on how to prevent ice dams: Insulate the attic floor and use a dehumidifier to control water vapor. Seal all openings that would let vapor rise into the attic. If possible, keep the attic temperature below freezing. Provide good attic ventilation to replace warm air with the cold outside air. Don't remove snow from roof or try to chip away the ice from an ice dam because it could lead to shingle damage. Don't install large mechanical equipment or water heaters in attics. Don't use salt or calcium chloride to melt snow on a roof because the chemicals can shorten the life of gutters, downspouts, and flashings. Runoff can also damage grass and plants.