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Refrigerator Repair

Your refrigerator is indisputably the most important appliance in your kitchen. Keeping your food chilled and frozen is integral to a nutritious diet and healthy living. But your fridge has a variety of components that can stop working at any time, which makes it that much more important to know where the best refrigerator repair is when you need it.

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What Can Go Wrong?

  • The refrigerator stopped working.
  • The refrigerator won’t defrost.
  • The refrigerator is making strange noises (from the back or inside).
  • The outside of the refrigerator is sweating.
  • Water is leaking from under the refrigerator.
  • Water is pooling inside the refrigerator.
  • The ice machine isn’t working.
  • The refrigerator won’t stay cold.
  • The freezer won’t stay cold.
  • The light doesn’t work.


The Appliance-Owner Can Easily Troubleshoot Some Things, Such As

  • The refrigerator’s power supply (is it securely plugged in?)
  • Cooling and freezer controls (are the settings set high enough to provide adequate coldness without freezing produce in the main box or allow thawing in the freezer box?)
  • Condenser coils (do they need dusting?)
  • Exterior door seals (is cold air leaking out or warm air leaking in?)


The Best Way To Extend The Life Of Your Refrigerator Is By Periodically Maintaining It And Having It Periodically Serviced.


Periodically clean the (condenser) coils (some are on the back of the refrigerator, others on side-by-side and built-in models should be cleaned as frequently as every 6 months). Dust builds up and coils can overheat making the fridge work harder to keep items inside cold. It also creates a drain on energy, increasing your utility bills. Routinely clean the coils every 6 months.

Slide the fridge out of its space and vacuum under and behind the refrigerator to remove dust build-up (aka dust bunnies) that can also contribute to overheating.

Too much food packed into the fridge makes it have to work harder. Air must circulate around the food to keep the food temps regulated.

Discard perishable food and temporarily shut off the ice maker when leaving on an extended trip.

Wrap foods to minimize spoilage and resulting odors. Remove spoiled foods.

Periodically give the inside of the fridge a general cleaning including shelves, detachable items (i.e.: butter and egg trays), and crisper drawers. Mild dish liquid or baking soda and warm water is suggested. AVOID submerging cold glass or plastic shelves in hot water, as they may crack.