During the summer, it's normal for humans to sweat and suffer through the heat. When we open up our refrigerator, we do not expect our food and drinks to be having the same issue. Sweat found on items in a refrigerator is showcased through extra moisture and condensation that appears on the outside of food and drinks. A properly operating refrigerator would not typically feature these issues. When food and drinks start sweating in your fridge, it's typically a sign of a malfunction.
Whether you use a top-loading or front-loading washing machine, having the appliance out of commission for a few days or weeks can create a serious backlog of dirty clothes if you have a busy family. As soon as you notice your machine is filling and draining but not spinning to wash or wring out the clothes, it's time to check the unit for the most obvious causes. Try these five troubleshooting tricks first to see if you can figure out what's causing the problem before calling a repair technician.