A refrigerator/freezer is one of the few appliances in your home that runs continuously, day or night, keeping your food cold. On the rare occasion your refrigerator does stop working, you may face a high repair bill and the expense of replacing all your lost food. Have no fear! This article is here to tell you everything you need to know about repairing your refrigerator and freezer yourself. You might be surprised to learn that repairs are actually quite easy, requiring only a little knowledge about the appliance and a little patience. Let's get started with some basic information. If you feel problem in any case, pls do not take risk to get repaired you appliance by untrained technicians. Untrained technician may solve the current problem but will create so many ohter problems. We suggest to call only factory trained technicians for repairing of home appliances. We have a team of factory trained technicians and we are just a call away from your door-step. You may contact us 24/7 at 301-850 4455 (MD), 703-745 5526 (vA) and we'll send factory trained technician to repair the faulty appliance till your 100% satisfaction.
Be Awared: Before doing any work on a refrigerator or freezer, make sure it's unplugged. After unplugging the unit, check to see if the motor/compressor has a capacitor; this component is located in a housing on the top of the motor. Capacitors store electricity, even when the power to the unit is turned off. Before you do any work on a capacitor-type refrigerator or freezer, you must discharge the capacitor, or you could receive a severe shock.
Common Problems in Freezer: