Refrigerator repair

If your refrigerator is leaking or doesn't work efficiently and needs professional service, we can arrive to your home, office or business any time that it is convenient for you. Call us 24 hours 7days a week for fast San Diego refrigerator repair at our toll free number:

800-307-8292

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased refrigerator parts are shipped directly to you.

We repair all refrigerator brands in San Diego such as:

Magic Chef
GE
Maytag
Kenmore
Kitchen Aid Jenn Air
Hotpoint
Modern Maid
Montgomery Wards
Kelvinator
Roper
Sears
Whirlpool
Admiral
and many more view all brands

Our Service area includes all of San Diego and the surrounding cities that are listed below:

San Diego
Chula Vista
Coronado
Del Mar
Oceanside
Escondido
San Marcos
Lemon Grove
Imperial Beach
Poway
Vista La Mesa
National City
Poway
Encinitas
La Jolla
Santee
Solana Beach
El Cajon
Del Mar
Point Loma
view the rest service areas

One word of caution: Below we include helpful information and maintenance tips for your refrigerator. If your refrigerator problem still cannot be resolved after reading the text, we strongly advise for your own safety not to get involved with any refrigerator repairs on your own. We are ready to help. For professional San Diego refrigerator repair help call us to schedule your refrigerator repair appointment at our local numbers:

800-307-8292

REFRIGERATOR INFORMATION

Choose a refrigerator that is big enough. The size of the refrigerator you need depends upon the following:

1. Kind of food you most often store in your refrigerator. How much frozen foods, frozen deserts, and ice cubes you use.

2. How often you buy and prepare food.

3. The size of your family.

Check your family needs in this way—a family of two needs at least a six cubic foot refrigerator. For each additional two persons, add an extra cubic foot.

Select a refrigerator that is for the specific kind of gas you are using, or type of current and voltage that you can get from your power line.

There are many types of electric refrigerators—the conventional type with increased space for frozen foods; the two-temperature refrigerator with ample space for standard refrigeration plus a large compartment for frozen foods.

Note the special refrigerator features of the different models of refrigerators and consider their advantages. Remember that each adds to the cost, though it may make no difference in the actual refrigerator operation. You will probably want some special refrigerator features because they will help you make the best use of your refrigerator. Whether or not they are worth the extra cost to you depends on your own particular refrigerator needs and what you like.

The refrigerator is equipped with a three-prong plug for your protection against possible shock hazards.

Where a two-prong wall receptacle is encountered, be sure to have it replaced with a properly grounded three-prong wall receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical Code. Where a two-prong adapter is required temporarily, it is your personal responsibility and obligation to have the adapter properly grounded and polarized.

Do not cut or remove the round grounding prong from the refrigerator plug. Do not remove the tag from the refrigerator cord. Do not use a two-prong refrigerator adapter in Canada.
The refrigerator is designed to operate on a 115-volt, 15-ampere, and 60-cycle line.
Saving Energy

Conventional refrigerators have the same thickness of cabinet wall insulation around the freezer compartment as around the refrigerator compartment. The freezer compartment, however, must maintain the temperature at 0° F. which is about 40 degrees colder than the 38° F. to 40° F. range of temperature maintained in the refrigerator compartment. The colder freezer temperature means there is a greater chance of heat leakage into the freezer than into the refrigerator compartment. Therefore, more insulation should be used around the freezer than around the refrigerator compartment.

The conventional refrigerator design uses either three inches of fiberglass insulation or an equivalent amount one and three-quarters of polyurethane foam insulation around both the freezer and refrigerator compartments. However, the refrigerator shown in Fig. 1 has more than the conventional amount of insulation with the thickest portion around the freezer where it is needed most. For example, it has 2V2 inches of polyurethane foam insulation around the freezer compartment and two inches of polyurethane foam around the refrigerator compartment

Refrigerator it prevents heat leakage better. With better and more insulation, your refrigerator will maintain proper temperatures longer. This means the compressor does not have to run so often, and that means reduced energy consumption.

After reading the text and the refrigerator problem cannot be resolved, we strongly suggest that you call us for a refrigerator repair appointment at.

800-307-8292