If you are having an issue with your refrigerator, you can always contact American Appliance Repair for help. If you would first like to try a few troubleshooting options, you will find some listed below. Then contact us at 800-640-9934 if you need further help.
What to Do if Your Refrigerator is Not Defrosting
It used to be that homeowners had to
manually defrost their fridges as part of regular maintenance. Today,
the average full-sized, modern fridge includes an auto defrost system
that does it all for you. However, if there is frost building up in
your fridge it may mean any of the following:
- The defrost thermostat is broken
- The defrost control board is defective
- The defrost heater is not working correctly
- The defrost timer has failed
Depending on which of these issues is
the cause, it can be fairly easy to replace the part.
What to Do if Your Refrigerator is Not Dispensing
If your refrigerator is set up to
provide cool water on demand and it is not doing so, there are a
number of issues that can be happening. The water dispenser switch
may be broken, in which case it should be replaced. You may have a
clogged water filter, which you can check. Check your kitchen faucet
to make sure you are not experiencing low water pressure everywhere.
Finally, it could be an issue of a defective water inlet valve.
What to Do if Your Refrigerator Runs All the Time
refrigerator is working correctly, it should turn on and off
throughout the day. This keeps the temperature steady. If it is
running all the time, then there is something going wrong. Not only
is your fridge working too hard which could cause it to not last as
long, but your utility bills are going to rise too. The first thing
to check here is the condenser coils. If they are dirty, cleaning
them off could be all it takes.
There are other potential causes of
your refrigerator running all the time, including a damaged door
gasket, defrost heater assembly failure, or a defective evaporator
fan motor. These are issues you will need the professionals to take a
look at. Some are easy to fix while others are a challenge.
What to Do if Your Refrigerator is Warm but Your
Freezer is Working
It can be very confusing if you have a
warm refrigerator but a freezer that is working just fine. This
actually happens more often than you might think. Once again, check
your refrigerator’s condenser coils to see if they are dirty and
clean them if they are. Other issues that you need professional help
with can include a broken thermostat, defective fan motor, or a
faulty start relay. Contact American Appliance Repair at 800-640-9934 for help.
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