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Refrigerator Troubleshooting

December 10th, 2012 | Posted by TimD in Appliance Maintenance | Appliance Repair

Sometimes an engine breaks or there is an issue with the cooling system, and your refrigerator needs an LG refrigerator repair person. There are some problems with Sub-Zero refrigerator repair, or any brand for that matter, that simply cannot be handled by anyone who is less than an expert. It is during these moments when the expertise of the American Repair Service is so vitally important.

At other, lucky, times there are simpler problems with a home’s refrigerator that might be keeping it from working optimally. There are easy ways to troubleshoot these problems, so let us go over a few of them.

If the fridge seems to be insufficiently cool, there are a few things to check before calling the experts. Make sure the temperature dial is set correctly for safe food storage. Generally 35°F (1.6°C) is a good benchmark, as it is above freezing but cold enough to keep food fresh. If the temperature is okay, a common mistake is that the primary vents for cooling the fridge are obscured in a cluttered refrigerator. Clean out the fridge before you assume something is broken. The issue might just be that simple.

If these troubleshooting methods fail you, call American Repair Services. We will be able to locate the problem.

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