Freezer Repair

Freezer failure can be very costly due to the amount of food wastage it can cause. It can also create a serious mess, so needs to be responded to quickly.

If your freezer has let you down, we’re here to put things right. Call Edward’s Appliance repair today to ensure your freezer is fixed ASAP. We are the fastest and best repair shop in Elgin, IL, and have brilliant emergency repair services.

Why has my Freezer Broken?
There are many reasons why your freezer may break. Common causes include the defrost drainage hose, the condenser coils, evaporator fan, the door seals, the thermostat, compressor, or more!

No matter what part is to blame, you mustn’t attempt DIY repairs. This is because there are a variety of safety precautions you need to conder, such as electrical hazards. If you’ve no experience with this, then DIY repairs could be very dangerous.

Trying to repair a problem using trial and error is also only likely to cause multiple resulting faults instead of a repair. You could also risk your safety. Therefore, don’t take the risk and hire professionals. You’re going to save time and money by doing so.

Common Issues and Repairs

Freezer Makes Loud Noises
If your freezer starts to make clicking noises, then you’ve probably got an issue with the start relay or compressor to deal with. The starting relay is responsible for giving power to the compressor. If it isn’t working correctly, the only solution is a replacement. If the issue continues, then a new evaporator fan motor will be needed, and maybe even the compressor mounts too.

Your Freezer Won’t Run, or Runs Poorly
If your freezer doesn’t run despite being plugged in, then there is a disruption in the power supply. You should first check if there is a problem with the fuses or breaker, and if this is fine, then you need to call in the professionals.

If the freezer is working but isn’t that cold, then the vents are probably blocked. You could also have an issue with the evaporator fan or the condenser coils.

Leaky Freezer
If there is water inside the freezer or on the floor around the freezer then your freezer probably has a damaged water inlet valve, or clogging in its drain tube.

Considering Replacement
Freezers have the longest life span of most common home appliances. It is not uncommon for them to last up to 17 years. However, if your freezer is this old and begins to develop problems, it is usually more affordable to purchase a new machine. Our friendly team can help you pick the best model for you, as well as help install and remove your old unit. Therefore, you should contact us as soon as problems arise.