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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair
Part of our appliance repair includes affordable refrigerator repair. Our professional team of factory-trained technicians will diagnose your refrigerator repair need and solve your problem on the same day. It is our objective upon completion of your refrigerator or freezer repair to have your appliance working as if it was brand new. Are you experiencing?
a refrigerator thats just not cool enough
ice not being made or not befing dispensed properly
excessive seating in your compartment
frosting in your freezer
a refrigerator thats leaks water
noises associated with your refrigerator
If your refrigerator is not running or is not cold enough, turn the thermostat up to the next highest setting. If it comes on, let it run for 24 hours and check temperature to confirm it is working properly. Clear/remove anything blocking the air flow around the outside of the refrigerator (on top, underneath, behind, beside, in front of, etc.).
Allow 3″ of clearance all the way around. If there are condenser coils on the rear of the box, make sure the box is several inches from the wall and that nothing is on top at the rear, blocking the heat from coming off the coils. If the condenser coils are underneath the refrigerator, clean the coils with a vacuum cleaner thoroughly at least twice a year.
If the door is sticking or not closing properly, wipe off the face of the gasket with a wet rag and make sure the interior shelves, drawers and food are not preventing the door from closing from the inside.
If the unit is not self-defrosting and the temperatures begin to rise, check the frost buildup on the inside of the freezer. If it is heavily frosted, manually defrost the freezer by turning it off at the thermostat. Unplug from the wall and allow 12 hours for the unit to defrost, with both doors open.
If the unit is not self-defrosting and the temperatures begin to rise, defrost the unit once a year or as often as needed. Follow the proper defrosting methods. DO NOT USE a knife, pick, hammer, chisel, screwdriver, etc. or any sharp object)