REFRIGERATOR REPAIR CAPE CORAL know's that your fridge is an appliance that you and your family don't want to live without. If it breaks down, all of the food inside is likely to spoil and go bad. All that money you spent on groceries can go right down the drain if you don't act fast to get the unit inspected and repaired immediately when you notice a problem.

This is where we can help. We offer fast response times and we will be there when you need us most. We work on all major models and brands. Learn about some common fridge problems below and if you can try to take care of them on your own.


Warning Signs of a Problem

It is not keeping food cool properly

Ice maker is no longer working

There is water leaking anywhere on the unit

Making strange noises

If it is not running at all

Frost building Up


Common Refrigerator Problems

Why is My Fridge Not Cold Enough?

If the back wall of the freezer is cold, and if you don't hear the evaporator fan running, then there is likely a problem with the fan. If you DO hear the fan but no cool air flow, then you should check the evaporator for excessive frost, as well as your fridge's compressor.

The Temperature is OK but the "Fresh Food" Compartment is Warm

All of the "coolness" in a fridge comes from the freezer compartment and moves over to the fresh food side. So, if the area is warm, then there is likely an air flow problem. The fan found in the freezer area is known as the evaporator fan, and it is responsible for moving the air around through a controlled duct known as a diffuser. Check to see if there is frost build-up on the fan, or if the component is damaged and needs to be repaired.

A Lot of Frost Can Be Seen In My Fridge

Your freezer and fridge should automatically go through a defrost cycle to prevent the build-up of frost. However, if a door is left open for a long time, a lot of moisture from your home can get inside and condense into water or frost. Tilt the refrigerator back slightly by adjusting the front leveling legs so your doors will swing closed on their own. If this doesn't work, unplug the fridge, place your food in temporary storage coolers and let the fridge defrost on its own. This typically will solve the problem.

My Fridge is Noisy - Why?

If the sound is buzzing noise could indicate that the evaporator fan has a problem with ice build-up. However, this could also be a sign of an electrical wiring problem and it could be a shocking hazard if you attempt to fix it on your own. If the sound is sizzling, then it could be from your fridge's normal defrosting cycle. It should stop within a few minutes.

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