There are a few things that you should check before getting into contact with professionals. In the long run, this could end up saving you both time and money.
- The first thing you should do is make sure that the power source ( outlet) and breakers are still in good condition, so there aren't any problems with these components, then have someone flip them for testing purposes before moving on from here!
- Next, open up or close whatever door locks onto your own device - sometimes, these latches may trip other tripping circuits during operation, which could cause further complications down the line.
- Open up the door on both machines to better air circulation between them (you might want to do this at night when it's cooler).
- Also, make sure there aren't clothes blocking any vents with sheets of paper since these could bring down temperatures inside too low for proper operation; finally, close everything back uptight!
If you have checked all of the issues above and come up short, you can go ahead and contact a team of appliance repair technicians.