We started our company in 1993 and were able to
achieve recognition and
excellence in the service we
provide. We are proud of our continuous relationships with over
(and growing) households. We offer the very best in
friendly service and consider ourselves a
standards superior to others and an environment where we strive
to achieve the
absolute best for our customers! Our
courteous customer service representatives will answer
questions you may have and provide you with the best time to
service your appliances to
fit your busy schedule. Our qualified technicians are
trained to service all major household appliances., we take
your appliance installation, maintenance and repair needs
services on All Brands of appliances such as
Refrigerators, Freezers, Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers,
Stoves/Ranges/Ovens, Air Conditioners, A few of the
brands we service are listed below:
Warning! To avoid
personal injury or even death, always disconnect your appliance from
its power source--that is, unplug it or break the connection at the
circuit breaker or fuse box--before you do any troubleshooting or
repair work on your appliance. Also, because some components may
have sharp edges, use caution while working on your appliance.
Repair has compiled this list of Tips from personal
experience, the appliance companies we deal with and from all over
the web. Please feel free to browse through and see the handy
If you still can't find anything to help, give us
a call at 602-882-4631, we'll be
REFRIGERATOR REPAIR TIPS
repairs might include dealing with Freon and sealed system. It is
strongly recommended that you seek the assistance of a qualified
refrigerator is not running or is not cold enough.
the thermostat up to the next highest setting. If it comes on, let
it run for 24 hours and check temperature to confirm it is working
2. Clear/remove anything blocking the air flow around
the outside of the refrigerator (on top, underneath, behind, beside,
in front of, etc.). Allow 3" of clearance all the way around.
If there are condenser coils on the rear of the box, make sure the
box is several inches from the wall and that nothing is on top at
the rear, blocking the heat from coming off the coils.
4. If the
condenser coils are underneath the refrigerator, clean the coils
with a vacuum cleaner thoroughly at least twice a year.
Refrigerator coils located underneath the refrigerator should be
6. Refrigerators that constantly run can
indicate improper functioning due to low refrigerant level, a dirty
condenser coil, a malfunctioning seal, or improper air flow.
Once a month, clean the door gasket with baking
soda dissolved in warm water (1 tsp soda to 1 quart water).
Besides cleaning the gasket, it will keep it soft and pliable.
Two times a year clean the coils with a
condenser coil brush.
Once a year slide the refigerator out and vacuum
around and beneath it. Do more often if you have pets.
Ice or water
1. If the ice or water isn’t
dispensing check for a leaky water tube or jammed ice chute.
If ice maker is producing ice poorly check for clogged water line or
defective water inlet valve.
3. Ice maker has stopped producing
ice. Check to see if the ice maker has been turned off
If the door is
sticking or not closing properly.
1. Wipe off the face of
the gasket with a wet rag and make sure the interior shelves,
drawers and food are not preventing the door from closing from the
TO KEEP THE ODOR OUT OF YOUR FRIDGE
Sometimes the items in your fridge will give off an
unpleasant odor. To remove those, soak a piece of cotton in a
favorite small (like vanilla, lemon, etc). Opening the fridge
will be a much more pleasant experience after that. A fresh
piece of lime in the fridge is a must-do if you tend to keep chopped
onions in the fridge.
STOVE REPAIR TIPS
If it’s not
1. Check to see if power is getting to the
range/oven. Does anything turn on, even a light? Check
for blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker.
2. Is the power cord
burned through; often it gets burned and breaks the connection.
Electric - If
your burners are not heating.
1. Make sure they are
sitting straight in their proper positions.
Electric - If
your oven is not heating or not heating correctly.
sure the clock is set on manual cycle and not the automatic time
2. Is the bake element is burned out.
the heating thermostat bulb is dislodged from its holder. It could
also be mis-calibrated.
Gas - If the top
burners are not lighting.
1. Wipe off the burner with a
hot, damp rag and then dry completely.
2. If top burner
doesn’t work check for a dirty or clogged burner. Make sure
burner is clean.
Gas - If
your oven is not heating.
1. Make sure the clock is set on
the manual and not the automatic cycle.
2. Raise up the top and
keep the area clean and free of grease build-up.
To help keep your stove sparkling clean - since
your burners and ovens often accumulate greasy grime that isn't easy
to scrub away. To remove this grime pour a tablespoon of
vinegar on a sponge and wipe the grime, then clean as usual with
detergent and water.
DISHWASHER REPAIR TIPS
No Power to
1. Check for tripped circuit breaker or blown
2. Check wall socket for power
If the dishes are
not getting clean.
1. Make sure the water is hot enough.
It should be at least 140 degrees, which is hot enough to burn you -
VERY HOT! If it is not hot enough, turn the hot water heater
thermostat up to a higher setting.
2. Make sure the lower spray
arm is unobstructed and turning freely.
3. Make sure the bottom
inside the dishwasher is clean and free of debris.
4. Make sure
you are following the proper loading procedures. Use the proper
amount of detergent and make sure the detergent is fresh (check
expiration or "best if used by" date).
5. Mold may grow in your
dishwasher if you use it infrequently. The mold can be removed by
using the normal dishwasher detergent and running the dishwasher,
preferably without any dishes.
If the door isn't
1. Make sure the latch assembly is unrestricted
and latching properly. Make sure nothing is blocking the door from
opening and closing properly.
1. Air Gap is clogged. Unscrew top cap and see
if there is anything blocking it.
2. Drain hose is clogged Remove
and clean the hose.
If the unit is
1. Make sure you are following the proper loading
procedures, including proper type and amounts of detergents. Run the
unit through cycle while empty - if it doesn't leak, it's probably a
2. Make sure the racks are positioned properly.
3. Make sure the door is unrestricted around the opening.
Run the hot
water in the sink near the dishwasher before starting it, so even
during the first cycle the water is at or near the design
temperature of 120 degrees F. Promptly repair cut or chipped plastic
coating on racks to prevent rust. Use steel wool to remove rust and
cap the damaged rack tines with slip-on rubber tips. Store detergent
in a dry, cool place, and do not keep extra packages on hand for a
long time as it takes up moisture from the air and then loses
cleaning ability. When you run a regular wash cycle, place a small
container filled with 1 cup of distilled white vinegar in both the
dish rack (lower) and the cup rack (upper); the dishwasher will
disperse the vinegar during the wash cycle. This dissolves mineral
accumulation and soap residue throughout the dishwasher, especially
at the hinges where rust-causing buildup occurs.
WASHER REPAIR TIPS
doesn’t work at all.
1. Make sure power is getting to
washer. Check for tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse.
2. Check wall socket for power. Sometimes the power cord
disconnects at the washer.
3. Make sure the lid is closed
4. Make sure the timer and all of the controls are set
5. Make sure both water faucets are turned on.
• Important Tip - Follow the proper loading
procedure and machine operation.
• Important Tip - Never
overload the machine.
Washing Machine Hints
fabric softeners with water before use because they are waxy and can
gum up in the washer if introduced undiluted with water before
dispensing. If there's a fabric softener dispenser on your
machine, add the recommended amount and then top off with water. If
you're pouring from a cup, use a 3-to-1 ratio of softener to water.
Don't overload the washer. Add clothes until the
unit is filled to just below top of the agitator axle without
packing down the clothes. An overloaded washer strains the motor and
transmission, shortening their lives.
DRYER REPAIR TIPS
No power to the
1. Check for a tripped circuit breaker or blown
fuse. Check wall socket for power with voltmeter.
2. Check for
broken door switch.
If the clothes
are not getting dry.
1. Make sure the dryer is not pushed
back against the rear exhaust duct causing an air flow restriction.
2. Make sure the clothes are coming out of the washer spun damp
dry. If the washer is not spinning the clothes damp dry, the dryer
will not dry the clothes in a normal amount of time.
your clothes inside out and using the delicate cycle can reduce the
pilling effect on certain fabrics.
4. Cleaning the dryer filter
before each load increases the efficiency of the machine and
decreases the chance of fire.
5. Clean out the dryer vent hose,
as well as the rest of the vent duct.
Important Tip - Follow the proper loading
procedure and machine operation. Make sure you clean the lint filter
after every dryler load. Check the seal and replace if it's loose,
damaged, hardened or worn. Never overload the dryer.
Two times a year clean the lint filter with soap
and water to remove built-up soap and fabric softener.
FREEZER REPAIR TIPS
If the unit is
not self-defrosting and the temperatures begin to rise.
Check the frost buildup on the inside of the freezer. If it is
heavily frosted, manually defrost the freezer by turning it off at
the thermostat. Unplug from the wall and allow 12 hours for the unit
to defrost, with both doors open.
If the unit is
not an automatic self-defrosting model.
1. Defrost the
unit once a year or as often as needed. Follow the proper defrosting
methods. DO NOT USE a knife, pick, hammer, chisel, screwdriver, etc.
or any sharp object.
• Important Tip - Follow all procedures outlined
under the refrigerator heading.
• Important Tip - Do not pack