Broken Refrigerator? Get your Fridge Repaired Today in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Looking for Refrigerator Repair in Norwalk, CT? You're in the right place because no matter how badly broken your fridge is we can have it up and running today.
We can help you easily prevent the following:
2 Common Causes of Refrigerator Failure
Refrigerators like any appliance have their problems. Our home appliances get a ton of daily use, but no other appliance gets as much use as your fridge.
Repeated slamming of the refrigerator door day in and day out can easily cause the inner cooling mechanisms to slide out of their normal place. Condensing coils are sensitive and often get moved from their original position which causes your refrigerator to break.
The following instances are the most common reasons why refrigerator problems occur.
1) Airflow Restriction **Most Common Fridge Problem**
Part of the cooling process (the reason why we love refrigerators) is the air being pulled in by the compressor then being pushed through the evaporator coil to be cooled. After the cooled air circulates through the inside the refrigerator it's pushed out through the condenser coils on the rear of the unit.
During any point in the refrigerator process there can be a restriction in air flow. Often the restriction is caused by lint, dust or small toys that can be blocking the point of entry.
Appliance Repair Pro Tip #1: Check the rear of your refrigerator to make sure lint, dust or small toys aren't blocking the intake.
2) Poor Sealing Issues
The second biggest problem causing refrigerator failure next to disrupted airflow in the refrigeration process is poor sealing. Remember how I talked about how many times the fridge door gets slammed throughout the day, week, month and over the years? Constant slamming of the refrigerator door can have a negative effect on the sealing ability of the doors.
The sealing mechanism gets very worn down over repeated use. Most of the newer models of refrigerators by Wolf, Subzero, Whirlpool and LG have high quality doors that are resistant to sealing wear. However, if you've got an older model of a Frigidaire, Samsung, Maytag, or Bosch you'll need to get those seals repaired to be able to hold in the cold air properly.
Appliance Repair Pro Tip #2: Broken Seals lead to more than improper cooling because the cooling system inside the machine will need to work harder to maintain the set balance easily wearing out your appliance.