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We have been in the appliance service and repair industry for over 40 years, and have a vast array of experience to support your needs!
Below are some common problems for some of the major appliances we repair. Free free to browse the list and be sure you click to book your appointment with us so that we may further assist you!
A refrigerator consists of a thermally insulated compartment and a heat pump (mechanical, electronic, or chemical) that transfers heat from the inside of the fridge to its external environment so that the inside of the fridge is cooled to a temperature below the ambient temperature of the room. Refrigeration is an essential food storage technique.
Common Refrigerator Repair Issues:
- Refrigerator not cold enough
- Refrigerator water dispenser not working
- Refrigerator ice maker not working
- Refrigerator ice dispenser not working
- Refrigerator not defrosting
- Refrigerator is noisy or loud
- Refrigerator defrost drain problems
- Refrigerator freezer is cold but refrigerator is warm
- Refrigerator leaking water
- Refrigerator freezing food
- Refrigerator ice and water dispenser not working
- Refrigerator ice maker overflowing
- Refrigerator light not working
- Refrigerator runs constantly
It is important to have your home freezer rapidly repaired, especially if you have it fully stocked!
Freezer units are used in households and in industry and commerce. Food stored at or below 0 °F is safe indefinitely. Most household freezers maintain temperatures from −9 to 0 °F.
Domestic freezers can be included as a separate compartment in a refrigerator, or can be a separate appliance. Domestic freezers are generally upright units resembling refrigerators or chests.
Many modern upright freezers come with an ice dispenser built into their door.
Common Freezer Repair Issues:
- Freezer not cooling
- Freezer not working, clicking sound
- Freezer runs all the time
- Freezer leaking water
- Freezer defrost drain problems
- Freezer coils frosting up
- Freezer indicator light is out
- Freezer only freezes top shelf
Wine coolers follow the same general support as other forms of refrideration. And although not all households require them, they are certainly a prized item to have in a household. Wine Coolers are designed generally for either wine bottles, or for cooling other forms of beverages. We can help you maintain and repair any brand designed for home use.
Common Wine Cooler Repair Issues:
- Wine Cooler not cooling
- Wine Cooler not working, clicking sound
- Wine Cooler runs all the time
- Wine Cooler leaking water
- Wine Cooler defrost drain problems
- Wine Cooler coils frosting up
- Wine Cooler indicator light is out
Built-in ice makers are engineered to fit under a kitchen or bar counter, but they can be used as freestanding units. They produce crescent-shaped ice like the ice from a freezer ice maker. The ice is cloudy and opaque instead of clear, because the water is frozen faster than in clear cube ice makers. In the process, tiny air bubbles get trapped, causing the cloudy appearance of the ice.
Common Ice Machine Repair Issues:
- Ice Machine not turning on.
- Ice Machine not making ice.
- Ice Machine always running.
- Ice Machine making unusual noise.
- Ice Machine ice cubes too small.
- Ice Machine ice cubes taste or smell unusual.
Microwave ovens heat food by bombarding it with electromagnetic radiation in the microwave spectrum causing polarized molecules in the food to rotate and build up thermal energy in a process known as dielectric heating. Microwave ovens heat foods quickly and efficiently because excitation is fairly uniform in the outer 25–38 mm of a dense (high water content) food item; food is more evenly heated throughout (except in thick, dense objects) than generally occurs in other cooking techniques. Some modern microwave ovens may be part of an over-the-range unit with built-in extractor hoods.
Common Microwave Repair Issues:
- Microwave doesn’t heat
- Microwave not working
- Microwave light bulb not working
- Microwave runs for a few seconds and stops
- Microwave turntable doesn’t turn
- Microwave buttons don’t work
- Microwave display not working
- Microwave turns itself on
- Microwave is sparking or arcing
- Microwave door won’t open
- Microwave exhaust fan not working
- Microwave is loud or noisy
A dishwasher cleans by spraying hot water, typically between 130 and 170 °F at the dishes, with lower temperatures used for delicate items. A mix of water and detergent is circulated by a pump. Water is pumped to one or more rotating spray arms, which blast the dishes with the cleaning mixture. Once the wash is finished, the water is drained, more hot water is pumped in and a rinse cycle begins. After the rinse cycle finishes and the water is drained, a heating element in the bottom of the tub heats the air to dry the dishes. Sometimes a rinse aid is used to eliminate water spots for streak-free dishes.
Common Dishwasher Repair Issues:
- Dishwasher doesn’t clean
- Dishwasher won’t drain
- Dishwasher buttons don’t work
- Dishwasher lights flashing or blinking
- Dishwasher leaking
- Dishwasher leaking from motor area
- Dishwasher won’t start
- Dishwasher won’t latch
- Dishwasher dispenser doesn’t work
- Dishwasher won’t fill
- Dishwasher making noise
- Dishwasher overflowing
- Dishwasher won’t dry dishes
Washing in a Washing Machine entails immersing, dipping, rubbing, or scrubbing in water usually accompanied by detergent, or bleach. The simplest machines may simply agitate clothes in water; automatic machines may fill, empty, wash, spin, and heat in a cycle. Most washing machines remove substantial amounts of water from the laundry at the end of a wash cycle, but do not completely dry it. Washing Machines in the US are predominately top loading, yet there are many other brands that come as a front loading machine.
Common Washer Repair Issues:
- Washer won’t spin
- Washer is making loud noise
- Washer won’t agitate
- Washer won’t drain
- Washer vibration
- Washer fills slowly
- Washer leaking water
- Washer won’t start
- Washer won’t spin or agitate
- Washer overflowing
- Washer door or lid won’t lock
- Washer stops mid cycle
Many dryers consist of a rotating drum called a “tumbler” through which heated air is circulated to evaporate the moisture, while the tumbler is rotated to maintain air space between the articles. Tumbler dryers continuously draw in the cool, dry, ambient air around them and heat it before passing it through the tumbler. The resulting hot, humid air is usually vented outside to make room for more dry air to continue the drying process.
Common Dryer Repair Issues:
- Dryer won’t start
- Dryer won’t stop
- Dryer stops turning during cycle
- Dryer won’t turn at all
- Dryer takes too long
- Dryer is too hot
- Dryer doesn’t heat
- Dryer trips breaker
- Dryer makes noise
Ranges, Stoves, & Ovens
Kitchen stoves rely on the application of direct heat for the cooking process and may also contain an oven, used for baking.
Modern kitchen stoves may use alternative methods for heating food. Natural gas and electric stoves are the most common today.
Modern kitchen stoves have both burners on the top as well as an oven.
A drop-in range has both burners on the top and an oven and hangs from a cutout in the counter-top (that is, it cannot be installed free-standing on its own). Most modern stoves come in a unit with built-in extractor hoods.
Common Range, Stove, & Oven Repair Issues:
- Oven won’t heat
- Oven doesn’t bake evenly
- Oven broiler problem
- Range surface Element won’t work
- Range burner spark problem
- Oven temperature problem
- Oven light is out
- Oven won’t turn on
- Oven self cleaning problem
- Oven won’t turn off
- Range surface element won’t turn off
- Oven door repair
- Oven fan keeps running
- Range burners spark all the time
A cooktop can refer to the top of a stove or burners built into a counter-top. Many newer cook-tops are made of glass-ceramic.
Common Cooktop Repair Issues:
- Cooktop doesn’t turn on
- Cooktop element doesn’t heat
- Cooktop element temperature problem
- Cooktop element won’t turn off
An instant hot water dispenser or boiling water tap is an appliance that dispenses water at about 201 °F (near-boiling). There are hot-only and hot and cool water models, and the water may be filtered as well as heated. These units can be either free standing or plumbed directly into the water supply and heated in an under-sink or over-counter tank with hot water dispensed through a faucet at the sink.
Common Water Dispenser Repair Issues:
- Water Dispenser not heating water.
- Water Dispenser not dispensing water.
- Water Dispenser water taste changed.
Trash compactors usually use a hydraulic mechanism to reduce the volume of trash.
Their components are fairly simple, so they are quick to repair.
Common Trash Compactor Repair Issues:
- Trash Compactor does not turn on
- Trash Compactor is unusually noisy
- Trash Compactor does not compact
A garbage disposal unit or waste disposal unit is a device, usually electrically powered, installed under a kitchen sink between the sink’s drain and the trap which shreds food waste into pieces small enough—generally less than 2 mm (0.079 in)—to pass through plumbing.
Common Garbage Disposer Repair Issues:
- Garbage disposer won’t turn or run at all
- Garbage disposer stopper switch won’t shut off disposer
- Garbage disposer leaks from the bottom or side
- Garbage disposer motor hums but doesn’t run
- Garbage disposer grinding plate is stuck
- Garbage disposer stopper switch won’t turn on disposer
- Garbage disposer trips breaker or reset button
- Garbage disposer is loud or noisy
- Garbage disposer leaks water near the top
Contact us with your questions regarding any custom or specialty appliance not listed and find out if we can support you!
Appliance Repair Types:
Cook-top Repair, Dishwasher Repair, Dryer Repair, Freezer Repair, Garbage Disposer Repair, Ice Maker Repair, Microwave Repair, Oven Repair, Refrigerator Repair, Stove Repair, Range Repair,Trash Compactor Repair, Washing Machine Repair, Water Dispenser Repair
Appliance Repair Brands:
Amana Repair, Asko Repair, Bosch Repair, Caloric Repair, Dacor Repair, Electrolux Repair, Fisher & Paykel Repair, Frigidaire Repair, Gaggenau Repair, GE Repair, Haier Repair, Hotpoint Repair, Jenn-Air Repair, Kenmore Repair, Kitchenaid Repair, LG Repair, Marvel Repair, Maytag Repair, Norge Repair, Northland Repair, Roper Repair, Samsung Repair, Scotsman Repair, SpeedQueen Repair, Sub-Zero Repair, Tappan Repair, Thermador Repair, Viking Repair, Whirlpool Repair, White Westinghouse Repair