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We are experts at repairing and servicing all brands and models of refrigerators in Philadelphia. If your refrigerator is leaking, ice maker doesn't work, refrigerator compartment doesn't cooling efficiently or you have any other problems, simply call our toll free number and we will take care of rest, bringing your refrigerator in perfect working order. Call us when at your convenience to schedule an appointment for your refrigerator repair in Philadelphia. We will do our best to set your refrigerator repair appointment for the time that works with your schedule:

We will always work with your busy lifestyle to schedule your Philadelphia refrigerator repair. For a convenient appointment, call us at out toll free line:

215-525-6897

For parts only: 800-370-9281

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

If you prefer you can also email us with details about your refrigerator repair appointment in Philadeplhia. In the email please include your name, phone number, zip code and briefly explain the nature of your refrigerator problem. We will contact you as soon as we receive the email, so that you can schedule your refrigerator repair appointment in Philadelphia.

We service and repair all refrigerator brands and models:

Kenmore
Montgomery Wards
Bosch
Kitchen Aid

Frigidaire
Whirlpool
GE
Admiral

Magic Chef
Maytag
Fedders
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Our Philadelphia refrigerator repair coverege area includes entire Philadelphia and the surrounding cities:

Philadelphia
Levittown
Norristown
Langhorne
Bensalem

Fort Washington
Trevose
Gulph Mills
Jeffersonville
Buckingham

East Norriton
Lamott
Conshohocken
Warminster
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The information below is provided strictly to help you to learn more about your refrigerator. It will also help you use your refrigerator in the most effective and efficient ways, which will also reduce your utility bills and extend the life of your refrigerator.
WARNING: The following hints are strictly for educational purposes. We highly recommend that you not get involved with any refrigerator repairs on your own. All the refrigerator repairs require experience and professional knowledge about electric and draining systems and can be very dangerous if you don’t have the knowledge to do it. For professional assistance call us any time at:

215-525-6897

Refrigerators and home freezers

These two appliances are essentially the same and in principle both resemble air conditioners. Although they are employed for different purposes, refrigerators and home freezers include basically the same components.
THE BASIC DIFFERENCE between a refrigerator and a home freezer is in their operating temperature, and the degree of operating temperature depends upon the amount of refrigerant which is being delivered to the unit. In refrigerators, obviously the amount is less than in comparably sized freezers. Since it possesses a greater charge of refrigerant, a home freezer can generate a lower temperature than the same size refrigerator.
The two, though, work on the same principle, and both operate like air conditioners. For this reason, I suggest you read the previous chapter to gain insight into functioning. This information will help you understand how and why a refrigerator or home freezer fails. When it comes to repairs, the home handyman's role is a limited one. Lacking the tools necessary for discharging and recharging the refrigeration system, and for cutting and flaring tubing, you can only act against "exterior" causes of trouble. However, knowing what can go wrong with a refrigerator and freezer, and understanding the possible causes will put you in a better position to deal with a professional serviceman. Refrigerator and freezer maintenance DEPENDING ON THE KIND of units you possess, there are three things you can do to keep a refrigerator and freezer in good shape. These maintenance procedures will assure that the appliance operates at maximum efficiency and will help keep failure to a minimum:
I. Clean the condenser coils periodically if they are exposed. Dirt on an exposed condenser blocks circulation and drastically reduces refrigerating efficiency. You can use a long-handled bristle brush or vacuum cleaner.
2. If your model is non-self defrosting, defrost it regularly, especially in hot weather. Frost builds up on the evaporator coils twice as frequently in hot as in cold weather. Defrost the refrigerator and/or freezer before the frost gets thick. Frost reduces the transfer of heat, which impairs the efficiency of the unit. Frost also traps and retains odors.
3. Try to keep the number of times that the refrigerator and freezer doors are open to a minimum, and reduce the length of time you keep doors open.
HOW FAR CAN YOU GO? That depends mostly on how far you feel confident in going. That is why the troubleshooting charts presented below are fairly detailed. At least, the list of possible causes for failure will give you a good idea of what a serviceman, if one is consulted, should check.
Keep in mind, though, that the home repairman is capable of doing some checking for himself. For example to find a leak, look for oil stains at joints. You can determine where the leak exists by brushing a solution of soapy water over joints on the system's high side (that is, on the side containing the compressor, condenser and capillary) while the unit is running, and on joints on the low side (evaporator and suction line side) while the unit is idle. "Bubbly" soapy water signifies the area of leakage.

For professional help call us 24/7 at:

215-525-6897

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