Everyone has to go through renovating or remodeling their home since things, specially home appliances, do not last forever. This can make almost any sane person loose their heads if things start getting too out of control for them. Things may seem to running perfectly in the home and all of a sudden something you took for granted for working will all of a sudden stop working and this will leave you feeling hopeless or add some unneeded stress to your life. The problem can be anything such as a light bulb going out at night or your refrigerator can stop working causing your food to go bad within hours. This could also cause a major unexpected financial problem depending on what home appliance has failed on you and could drain a person's savings account rapidly if the problem is not easily repairable.
The past few days have been pretty hectic for me with installing new appliances at my house and dealing with problems that arise from doing that. A few days back, my bathroom faucet would work without leaking everywhere so I had to turn off the cold water valve. The bad part was, that even if we didn't use the faucet, the pipes under the sink would leak in the cabinet below it causing some water damage to the things we kept under there. luckily nothing we cared about besides some toilet paper rolls.. Only hot water would come out of the faucet without causing any leaks so pretty much I had to replace the faucet. This wasn't as easy as I expected it to be.
This is a much more smoother version of how things ended up going with me. I watched the video first and checked manuals and everything beforehand just so I could do this as painless as possible. Unlike the video and most manuals I checked, my faucet and all thats connected to it, isn't shiny, new, or easily removable. It took me quite a while to get it removed. Installing I guess wasn't as difficult but still having to lay down in my uncomfortably small bathroom ad me being huge definitely took a toll on my back.
What are some of the home appliances that have failed on you in the past? have any home appliances ever failed on you when you actually needed them the most? One case for me would be when my high ceiling light bulb died and I was having guests over. We had to take our dinner over to the kitchen and eat it standing up on the counter since I had no candles and I didn't have a 15 foot latter to reach the light.