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Refrigerator Repair & Tips

Fridge temperature
fridge door seal
dirty condenser coils
Full refrigerator

Fridge Temperature

You must make sure the thermostat inside of your fridge is set to the proper setting.  Being set too high or low will cause your fridge to either freeze your food, or make your fridge too warm, which will cause your food to go bad faster. Make sure to adjust your thermostat accordingly.

Power Outage

Occasionally your home will have a power outage.  Try to preserve the cold air in your fridge by opening it as little as possible during an outage. Also, If your home has a power surge, it is recommended to turn off your refrigerator until the surge is not an issue. A power surge can burn out your compressor, or other parts in your refrigerator

Dirty Condenser Coils

As your refrigerator runs, the condenser coils on the bottom or back of the fridge will build up with dust & animal hair. This can caus cooling problems, and may eventually cause a broken fan. A Vacuum Hose or Coil Cleaning Brush is a good way to get your coils cleaned properly.

Fridge Door Seals

A broken or sagging seal on a fridge door will allow cold air to escape, making your refrigerator work harder and become less efficient. Check your fridge seal, and freezer seals occasionally to see if they are broken or sagging. We can easily replace a bad seal, and get your refrigerator or freezer running efficiently again.

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