Indian Hill Refrigerator Repair Man with Mr. Appliance Service Addresses Common Misconception
Just because it fits doesn’t mean it will cool; overloading the refrigerator is a common mistake people make
When Mr. Appliance Repair owner, Ed Rauch, is called about a broken refrigerator, he responds as quickly as possible to help his customer prevent food loss. Refrigerator repair technicians are qualified professionals who are experienced in servicing most models, old and new high end models.
A qualified refrigerator repair man can handle a variety of problems including excessive noise and vibrations, poor temperature control, leaks, freezing, broken icemaker or water dispenser.
Refrigerator repair should only be done by a qualified appliance service technician (http://www.appliancerepairindianhill.blogspot.com) to prevent injury or further damage to the unit. There are some things the owner can do to diagnose problems, but when the problem cannot be solved easily, it is best to call a professional.
Here are a few troubleshooting tips suggested by the local refrigerator repair man:
Is it in defrost mode? If the interior light comes on but the refrigerator isn’t working then it might be in defrost mode. If the refrigerator and freezer sections automatically defrost then wait 30 minutes for it to resume normal operations.
Check the temperature control setting. The unit should be placed where temperatures do not exceed 110 degrees or drop below 55 degrees. Temperature controls are preset at the factory to “mid setting” which should be correct for normal household use. If it is necessary to adjust, then turn the dial one setting colder and wait 24 hours for compartments to cool. Refer to the service manual for more information about temperature control.
Be careful not to open the door frequently and do not leave it open for long periods of time. When adding a large amount of food or cleaning the interior, making it necessary for the door to be open, the unit will need time to cool down to an ideal temperature.
One of the most common mistakes noticed by local refrigerator repair technicians is overloading the refrigerator and blocking air vents. Air flow is important for maintaining temperature and food must be surrounded by cold air. The air enters and exits the refrigerator compartment from the freezer through vents. Refer to the service manual to learn where they are placed and avoid blocking the air vents.
If these tips do not provide a solution then it may be necessary to call a professional refrigerator repair specialist with Mr. Appliance Repair. Their factory certified appliance service technicians have addressed a number of common and unique problems. They will respond quickly to diagnose and repair the refrigerator to avoid food loss.
Mr. Appliance Repair has been in business since 1996 providing quality appliance service to area residents and business owners. Ed Rauch purchased his appliance repair franchise to serve his community with professional front line service. Visit http://mrappliance.com/cincinnati/ to learn more.
About Mr. Appliance:
Mr. Appliance is North America’s leading appliance repair franchise system. Established in 1996, its franchises provide full-service residential and light commercial appliance repair. With more than 150 locations throughout the US and Canada, Mr. Appliance Service is consistently ranked among the top home service franchises by Entrepreneur Magazine and other industry experts. Mr. Appliance Repair proudly joins other companies in the Dwyer Group Franchise to lend a hand to the 173 Ronald McDonald Houses in the US and Canada.
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