Fridges and Freezers
As one of the most important appliances of the kitchen, refrigerators are used to store all of your dairy products, juices, vegetables, fruits, meat, and more. If your refrigerator is not working properly, it can result in melted food that is thrown away into the garbage. That’s the reason it is very important for homeowners to address any refrigerator issues immediately. To fix all your freezer and refrigerator repairs in Southern Alberta, you can always count on our professionals at Southern Hills Appliance Repair Professionals. Our skilled technicians have the experience and tools to quickly diagnose and fix all your appliance issues.
Common Issues and Solutions for Your Freezers and Refrigerators
Here are a few common issues of your freezers and refrigerators, and their solutions:
The typical reasons of strange sound coming from a refrigerator or freezer is the two motors inside of the appliance. Our experts have the required tools and equipment to correct the loud noise issues in your appliance.
Refrigerator not running properly
It can be due to a tripped circuit breaker, temperature control problem, or a broken compressor. Make sure that the power cord is not unplugged by mistake and confirm that the appliance is receiving the power.
Refrigerator is not making ice
Make sure that both icemaker and water supply valve to your refrigerator are turned on all the way. We also recommend cleaning any ice cubes that are stuck in the icemaker. A clogged filter can also affect the ability of your freezer or refrigerator, so check and replace the filter if it has not been replaced recently.
Refrigerator is too cold
Be sure to change the temperature after you have adjusted the controls. Also, turn off the icemaker if you don’t have a water supply connected to make sure that the appliance doesn’t lower the temperature.
If you still have issues with your freezer or refrigerator, get in touch with us at Southern Hills Appliance Repair Professionals.
Brands We Service
Here is a list of brands that we service: