Refrigerator Repair


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At Appliance CPR, we offer full service and affordable appliance repairs to all household appliances. From fridge repairs, dishwashers to ovens and more, our speedy service will come to your rescue when you need it most. We are skilled and experienced in performing refrigerator repairs on all brands and models and we are available 24/7 for your convenience.


Your refrigerator is one of the most important appliances that you will ever own. You need it to function without fail, or you’ll end up with a lot of spoiled food and the expense of restocking on top of the repairs! So, if you notice any of these problems, make sure that you have it taken care of promptly!

The most important thing to remember when it comes to refrigerator repairs is that time is crucial. If you notice an issue with your fridge or freezer, do your best not to open the door too often. This is particularly important if your fridge is not as cold as it should be! Keep the temperatures as low as possible by keeping the doors shut. Avoid DIY repairs since they often result in unnecessary damage. Our skilled team at Appliance CPR are trained and experienced in detecting and repairing troublesome refrigerators.


Given the importance of each and every household appliance, we realize just how much our clients require quality service. Honesty is the foundation of our repair approach and, it is this powerful value that allows us to perform reliable repairs. When performing any appliance repair, we make the customer’s satisfaction our number one priority.


When you notice that your fridge is warm, and your food is not kept as cool as it is, your first instinct might be to check the temperature settings. If you notice that they are set to their usual temperature, but your fridge is not performing as it should, this can be immediate cause for concern. In some cases, the problem could be as simple as a blockage while, in other instances, you might need to replace a part or two. This means that it could be a relatively inexpensive repair or a fairly costly one. Never the less, it’s a job that requires immediate attention.

When you own a fridge with a water dispenser, and you notice that the water is no longer flowing freely or at all, it’s possibly time for repairs. Like many common issues, it might be a case as simple as water that has frozen inside the line, or you might need a new dispenser. Water valves and filters can also cause trouble from time to time. This problem might not seem urgent but, if there is water trapped in the line, you will want to clear it sooner rather than later.

If you have a refrigerator with a built-in ice maker that starts giving you trouble, it might be a similar issue as the water dispenser issue, or you could have a problem with the ice maker or your freezer. Fixing the problem fast will ensure that you get your fridge back into top shape so that you can put it to good use rather than missing out on such a handy feature.

Ice can build up in your fridge, but modern refrigerators have technology to prevent this. If you notice a build up, it could be something as simple as a blockage or you may need a new timer, control board, thermostat or heater. Not all fridges are the same which means that they each have their own way of keeping ice at bay. This is where comprehensive product and repair knowledge comes in particularly handy!

When you first bought your fridge, it was most likely whisper silent. You shouldn’t be woken up in the middle of the night by loud noises. A noisy condenser, ice build up, a faulty fan motor, or even the fan blade touching wires can cause some disturbing sounds. It’s a good idea to have any noises checked out before something seriously bad goes wrong!

When your freezer is working just fine but your fridge has seen colder days, you might need work done on any number of parts. Some of the most common culprits include the damper, the evaporator fan, air circulation blocked by ice, or even defrost problems. With so many potential causes, a thorough investigation is required before making any repairs or replacing parts.

There are few things worse than making your way to the fridge only to be met by a cool puddle. Leaky refrigerators are often the result of blocked drainage systems, leaky water valves, and even doors that don’t close properly. A wet floor or leaky fridge is by no means ideal, and it’s essential that this kind of issue be addressed quickly so that you can quit lining your floors with towels, paper, and anything else that will pick up that mess.

Have you ever opened your fridge and reached in for the butter or cheese only to find that it’s frozen solid? The first tip is to never place anything against the back of your fridge because, no matter what, it’s bound to freeze at some point. Or, at least, the condensation at the back of the fridge will freeze, and that stick of butter will become a part of your fridge until you manage to pry it out! Other problems that cause food to freeze in the refrigerator are faulty thermostats, stuck dampers, or even temperature control issues.

If your refrigerator motor seems to be running more often than not, it can seriously affect your energy bill! Your fridge is one of the most power hungry appliances in your home and, if it’s almost permanently running, you will definitely notice it! In some cases, built up debris or dust on the condenser coils are to blame, and it’s just a matter of the temperature being set too low. If you notice your fridge cycling too often, check the temperature first. If the temperature has not been set too low, you should call in an expert to have a look since other parts like the thermostat might also be to blame.

Ice tends to build up in your freezer no matter what you do. That said, when the build up is excessive, it can make the drawers tough to open and close. It can even prevent you from closing the door altogether! This problem can be caused by leaving the door open too long which increases the level of humidity in the freezer and therefore increases the amount of ice. Poor seals can also be to blame and should be replaced urgently.