Refrigerator Repair Tampa FL

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Refrigerator Repair Experts

Your refrigerator is the heart and soul of your home. It helps, more than anything, preserve the things that bring our families closer together, our food. But just like any other household appliance, it is subject to daily wear and tear. 

Breakdowns of refrigerators happen when you least expect it. This is why we make it our top-priority to be at your doorstep the same day whenever possible for all your refrigerator repair needs.

Need Refrigerator Repair in Tampa?

At ER Appliance Repair we offer you a professional and reliable appliance repair service. Our technicians are trained and experienced in all aspects of refrigerator repairs. We understand the importance of keeping your food fresh and safe, which is why our team is committed to delivering excellent customer service for every job they do.

Whether it's a quick fix or an extensive project, our team will be there to help you out with any problems that come up in your home!

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Most Common Refrigerator Issues

Refrigerators are vital household appliance that we rely on most to keep our food fresh for our next meals and delicious dishes. A properly functioning refrigerator is a must in any household. Refrigerators come in different shapes and size, but all of them eventually encounter problems. Here is a list of most common refrigerator problems.

Refrigerator is too cold and is freezing food

If you see ice crystals forming where they should not, you may have a faulty temperature control thermostat. A malfunctioning thermostat will lead to the refrigerant system running longer than it should. If your thermistor is out of order, the compressor and the evaporator fan will run for too long causing colder temperatures. A broken temperature control board will send continuous voltage to the compressor. And a faulty damper control board that doesn’t close will let more cold air into the refrigerator than necessary.

Refrigerator light is not working

A refrigerator light that is not functioning properly is usually caused by a light board or socket that has an issue. If the light bulb is damaged, replacing it will not help solve the issue. You will likely need the help of a trained professional to install it correctly. 

Fridge is not defrosting

A very common issue that you may come across during the lifetime of your refrigerator is a fridge that is not defrosting. There are a couple things that may be at fault. If the defrost control board fails or the defrost timer is out of order, the fridge will not start the defrost cycle. If the main control board is malfunctioning, it will not send voltage to the defrost system. Other reasons for not defrosting are a defective defrost thermostat, defrost sensor fuse or a damaged defrost  heater assembly.

Refrigerator is not cooling

There are a few reasons why your refrigerator is not cooling. If your refrigerator has visible condenser coils, they could be collecting dust which is preventing them from working properly. If your refrigerator’s temperature control thermostat is out of order, it will not supply the necessary voltage needed in order for your fridge to work properly. If the condenser fan is malfunctioning it will not draw air. A faulty evaporator fan motor will not circulate air throughout the food compartment. A defective start relay as well as a faulty start capacitor will cause the compressor to not start at all. 

Refrigerator is leaking water

There are many reasons that could be the cause of a leaking refrigerator. One of the main causes is a clogged or frozen defrost drain. It leads to water overflowing and dripping down to the bottom compartment. If the water tank assembly is damaged, you will need to replace it to prevent further leaking. Water leaks happen if you have a cracked inlet valve, filter housing, filter head, or a cracked drain pan. All of these may be the potential cause.

Freezer is cool but the fridge stays warm

If your freezer stays cool but the fresh food compartment does not, there are a few things that could be the culprit. A defective defrost heater assembly will cause the frost to accumulate on the evaporator coils. A broken evaporator fan motor will not circulate the air into the food compartment. A malfunctioning temperature control board will stop sending voltage to the compressor or fan motor. A defective defrost timer will prevent the timer from going into the the defrost cycle.

Why choose ER Appliance Repair Service?

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Refrigerator Brands We Work With

We service and repair all refrigerator brands including: GE, Samsung, LG, Whirlpool, Kenmore, Kitchenaid, Viking, Maytag, Bosch, Frigidaire, Thermador, Jenn Air, Wolf, Miele, Electrolux, Fisher & Paykel, Blomberg, Sub zero.

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Refrigerator FAQs

What is the average cost to repair a refrigerator?

The average price people pay for refrigerator repair can range between $50 and up to $1000. But most of the time it is not worth paying a high price for repairs, because you are better off buying a new refrigerator. The average cost for refrigerator repair on the low end is about $200, and $1000 on the high end.

Is it worth getting a fridge repaired?

A good practice you can follow is to add up how much your refrigerator has cost you over the years. If you have already spend a lot of money on refrigerator repairs, it may not be worth it to spend even more. It's likely that you would be better off purchasing a new one instead.

How much does it cost to fix a refrigerator that is not cooling?

The reason your refrigerator is not staying cold is likely due to a faulty thermostat, or a dirty coil. In order to fix a refrigerator that is not cooling you may end up paying about $50 to $250 for parts and up to 1 hour worth of labor.

What is the first thing to check when a refrigerator stops working?

If your refrigerator suddenly stopped working you should check the breaker that in your home's electrical service panel.

What is the average lifespan of a refrigerator?

According to the National Association of Home Builders and Bank of America, the average lifespan of a refrigerator is about 13 years.

What brand of refrigerator lasts the longest?

Whirlpool is the refrigerator brand that last the longest. They are highly regarded for their durability and quality, and many home owners are loyal to the whirlpool brand for their outstading quality.

Can I replace a refrigerator compressor myself?

You can certainly replace a refrigerator compressor yourself. But it is recommended to have an experienced appliance repair professional complete the job for you. Replacing a refrigerator compressor is a tedious and time intensive task that requires the careful removal of Freon so that it does not escape and using a blow torch to properly remove the faulty compressor.

How often should a fridge be replaced?

According to the United States Department of Energy, refrigerators can last an average of 12 years. After that point you are better off replacing it with a new one. If your refrigerator is not energy efficient, you may want to consider replacing it sooner.

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Our customer service agents operate from 8 am to 5 pm, 5 days a week, Monday through Friday.

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