Appliance Repair Website Help
MrAppliance.com has been designed to make it easier for you to find the appliance repair or service solution you need quickly, and to enhance your overall experience when visiting our site. If you need additional assistance, check out the tips below to enhance your experience on our Website.
About MrAppliance.comWe want you to have the best experience possible when you visit our Website. Here are some guidelines (not requirements) you may want to follow for optimum viewing.
- Our site is best viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.x. or higher version Internet browsers. (Not all portions of our site are compatible with all browser versions.)
- Set the resolution on your monitor to at least 1024x768 to ensure you can view the full width of our Website in your browser window. Also set your monitor to view our site with at least 256 colors.
Special Note: You may view the site with graphics off or a non-graphical browser such as Lynx. Descriptive text will be displayed where graphics would appear to make your experience more informative.
Get an overview of the appliance repair and service information you’ll find on the site.
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How do I print web pages from your site?
Many of the documents on the site have been specifically formatted for printing and we invite you to print data sheets, brochures, white papers, case studies and other documents that you may find useful. Many of these documents are available in Adobe Acrobat Reader format and are best printed in this format. If you do not wish to download the Adobe Acrobat Reader you can also print pages using the "Print" feature in your web browser.
Why can't I open PDF Documents?
In order to open PDF documents you need Adobe's Acrobat Reader software installed. Also, some PDF documents require the newest version of Acrobat. FREE Acrobat Reader can be downloaded at Adobe's site.
Why don't some RealNetworks Audio/Video play on my computer?
RealAudio and RealVideo streams on this site are encoded to play over a simple dial-up connection with enhanced play over a T1 or LAN. The faster your connection, the better the quality will be. While most Real media on this site will work with older versions of RealPlayer, these high-end streams require RealPlayer G2 or greater. We recommend downloading the newest version of RealPlayer. Be sure to check out RealNetworks' Technical Support FAQ's for more information. If you have problems accessing a RealPlayer videostream, make sure your firewall is configured to receive Real Media by clicking here.