Is your Refrigerator making a squealing or loud humming Noise?? Maybe it is not cooling or maybe it will not produce any ice which can be very Irksome on a hot Summer Day. Maybe it produces too much ice!!! Ugh what to do??? Is the door broken maybe it won't close or open properly and that can be very bothersome. Are the shelves loose or Broken?? Is the Gasket worn or torn?? Is there a bad smell coming from it?? Are these issues causing you stress then pick up the phone and call now for very fast peace of mind.
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Refrigerator/Freezer Tips and Information
Attempting to repair a refrigerator or freezer without proper training and safety standards is dangerous. Refrigerators and freezers should only be repaired by skilled professionals who have the knowledge and experience to safely bring them out of disrepair. Repairs performed by unqualified people risk serious injury or even death.
To reduce the need of repairs, use the following preventative measures. Proper maintenance and care is essential in keeping your refrigerator and freezer running efficiently. By following these tips, you can prolong the life of your refrigerators/freezers and avoid many costly repairs.
11 money saving tips that will extend the life of your refrigerator/freezer and lower the cost of energy.
1. Always ship refrigerators upright. Placing the refrigerator on the side may cause a Freon leak that will prevent cooling. Placing refrigerator on its back will damage the condenser coils.
2. Locate refrigerators away from heat sources like your range, a radiator, or a sunny window. To prevent overheating and system failure, do not locate the refrigerator near anything that can restrict the airflow to the motor, coils and compressor. Also, do not place refrigerators on top of carpeting because most condensers are located under the refrigerator and carpeting retains heat, causing the compressor to overwork.
3. To avoid burning out the compressor, always plug the refrigerator directly into the wall. If you absolutely need to run an extension chord, make sure a heavy duty, 3-pronged extensions cord. If unsure, consult the manufacturer specifications in the user guide.
4. Never run frost-free refrigeratorswith freezer compartments in unheated areas with air temperature below 60 degrees F unless they are specially designed for such conditions. When the air temperature goes below 60 F, the compressor runs less, keeping temperatures in the refrigerator compartment cold enough for fresh food but not cold enough in the freezer compartment to keep food quality there. At air temperatures below 40 F, the compressor stops running, so the freezer compartment rises to air temperature and food thaws and spoils. Also below 32 F, water melted during the automatic defrost cycle may freeze again and block air passages.
5. When leaving for an extended time like a vacation or other long trip discard perishable food, turn off the ice maker and leave the refrigerator on.
6. Do not over fill the refrigerator because cold air can't circulate freely to regulate the temperature.
7. To prevent odors and food quality; cover or wrap all exposed foods. Clean up spills and remove spoiled food immediately
8. Clean the refrigerator/freezer regularly by taking out all food and removable interior parts. Wash with a mild household detergent or baking soda and rinse with warm water. Rinse and wipe dry. Take out removable glass shelves and plastic and repeat the procedure. Be careful not put cold glass or plastic in hot water; they may crack. Clean the door gasket with detergent solution; rinse and dry. Do not use abrasives.
9. Clean condenser coils regularly by gently brushing off buildup that may cause overheating.
10. Regularly clean the seals in order to maintain proper temperature control and system efficiency
11. Sweep or vacuum dust and other debris under and around your refrigerator to promote good airflow and temperature.
By following these tips, you can prolong the life of your unit and avoid many costly repairs. We can fix most brands and models of refrigerators and freezer including Kenmore, Whirlpool, General Electric, Amana, Maytag, Jenn-Air, Frigidaire, Kitchen Aide, and Magic Chef. We repair most refrigerator problems including poor cooling, leaks, loud noises and ice makers. Please call 404-410-2306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for fast, reliable professional service. We service all of Metro Atlanta.Our technicians are standing by and ready to relieve you from your refrigerator problems.