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If you are having an issue with your refrigerator-such as it runs hot or doesn't get cold-or if you have any other issues with your refrigerator, you need professional help from a repair technician. Please call our Las Vegas Refrigerator Repair toll free number and we will set up an appointment to get your refrigerator back to optimum shape.
Simply call us at our Las Vegas Refrigerator Repair toll free number to schedule your same-day refrigerator repair:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased refrigerator parts are shipped directly to you
Or contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Please include your name, contact information and a brief explanation of the refrigerator problem that needs to be repaired. Once we receive the email, we will contact you immediately to schedule your appointment with Las Vegas Refrigerator Repair.
We service and repair all refrigerator brands and models:
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Our refrigerator repairs service area includes all of Las Vegas and the surrounding areas. Please view the list of areas that we service below. If you do not see your area listed, please contact us to find out if we are able to provide you with refrigerator repair services:
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Please read the following educational information in order to learn how to extend the life of your refrigerator, as well as how to save energy-and money on your utility bills-by using your refrigerator in the most efficient way. Please remember that this information is offered for educational purposes only and it is not suggested that you do refrigerator repairs yourself. Since refrigerator repairs require experience and professional training, it can be extremely dangerous if you do not have this experience or training. In addition, repairs to gas and electric systems are especially dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience needed. For experienced, professional help from a trained refrigerator repair technician call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Refrigerator How It Works
Refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners are all specialized applications of the heat pump principle, wherein the temperature and pressure relationships of a refrigerant are used to move heat energy front one place to another. The cooled liquid flows through an expansion valve, expanding into cool, low-pressure gas, which flows through the freezer heat exchanger (condenser). A fan blows air through the heat exchanger, cooling it before venting it to the freezer. The hot liquid is cooled as it flows through the bottom heat exchanger (evaporator). The refrigerant is compressed into a hot liquid. The refrigerant is returned to the compressor to start the same cycle over again.
Before Calling Refrigerator Repair for Help
If the refrigerator seems dead (even tile light won't come on), check the breaker for the refrigerator circuit at the service panel. Next, check to make sure the refrigerator's plug hasn't pulled out of the wall receptacle or been damage. If there is power to the plug replace the light bulb with one of the same size and wattage. If the light now works, try simply turning the thermostat to the maximum cold position. If you don't hear the compressor humming remove the kick panel at floor level or pull the refrigerator away front wall and put your hand on the compressor. If it is running, you should be able to feel it vibrating, and it should be warm. If the compressor is hot, but cooling is poor, either the evaporator coils are iced up, preventing the fan from circulating cold air to the freezer and refrigerator, or the condenser coils are clogged with dust. To check for iced up evaporator coils, empty the refrigerator and turn it off for 24 hours with the freezer door open. If after restarting, it cools properly, the defroster is defective. To clean the condenser coils, remove the kick panel and use a refrigerator condenser brush (available from appliance repair shops) and the nozzle attachment of your vacuum cleaner.
Ice maker how it Works
The water fill valve opens for 7 seconds, filing the cube mold. Mold filled with water, ejection fingers up. The geared motor rotates the ejector blades, lifting the cubes. A heater coil comes on just long enough to release the cubes. The temperature sensor detects a low temperature, indicating solid ice cubes. Ice is below freezing, coil heats mold, ejection fingers rotate. Stripper fingers guide cubes into bin. Cycle repeats. Stripper fingers prevent the cubes from falling back into the tray. The shut-off arm senses the level of ice cubes and stops production when the bin is full.
Before Calling for Ice Maker Repair Help
If the icemaker has totally stopped making ice:
The shut-off may be stuck in the raised position. If so, simply lower it. The fill pipe may be blocked with ice. This is easily fixed with a hair dryer on low heat. The freezer may not be cold enough to activate the eject thermostat. Turn the freezer thermostat down. The fill valve operates for a fixed time, so low water pressure may result in undersized cubes. Look for a fill-adjustment screw or knob in or on the front housing. Turn counterclockwise to increase cube size.
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