Refrigerator Repair

Your fridge works very hard, around the clock, 24/7. We mostly overlook this fact until our refrigerator is on the fritz. A broken refrigerator can lead to expensive food wastage, and therefore if an issue arises, you need to respond quickly. If you live near Elgin, Il, then call Edward’s Appliance Repair ASAP. Our experts can be dispatched the same day and can fix your refrigerator quickly.

We only hire the very best technicians with thorough experience of the most common brands including Samsung, GE, LG, Frigidaire, Kenmore, Maytag, Viking, Bosch, and more.

Our technicians have years of experience and training for repairing all the well-known brands, including GE, Samsung, LG, Frigidaire, Kenmore, Viking, Maytag, and Bosch, and more.

Why has my Refrigerator Broken?

There are many reasons why your fridge could break down and there can be many causes for each scenario. Clogs in the condenser coil, faults in the compressor relay, broken timers, and heaters, or the temperature control can all be likely culprits. The door swells and switch can also be at fault.

Many of these issues can be fixed by repairing or replacing the damaged part, which one of our expert technicians can help you with.

You shouldn’t try to undertake DIY repairs because they are often more costly than a professional service. Repairing a fridge can require specialized tools and can be a complex undertaking. There can also be safety risks involved in repairs which are best left to more experienced hands.

Therefore, you should call Edward’s Appliance Repair of Elgin, Il, for all your repair needs.

Common Issues and Their Repairs

Loud Noises
Loud and unpleasant noises are usually caused by a damaged evaporator fan or icemaker. If the sound is heard when the door is opened, it is likely caused by the condenser or the evaporator. There may even be a foreign object wedged in the blades, which are preventing them from rotating properly. This issue needs to be seen to quickly to prevent further damage.

The Fridge isn’t Cold
If your fridge isn’t cold then it is likely the condenser coils are on the fritz. This is usually caused by an accumulation of debris which impacts the cooling levels. If a good clean doesn’t fix the issue, then you’ll likely need to have the condenser fan motor or the evaporator fan replaced. There could also be a failure in the start relay or capacitor.

A leaky fridge can be caused by the water filter, the tank, or the inlet valve. The water tank assembly usually requires replacement. There can also be leaks in the filter due to poor installation that can be fixed by the correct installation. The defrost pan or water inlet valve can also be damaged and in need of replacement.

Considering Replacement
A fridge that is well-cared for can last up to 17 years. Once it becomes older than this however, it usually needs replacing for a newer model. We can help you select the right fridge for you, just give us a call.