Refrigerator Repairs

A sub zero repair company will give you prompt refrigerator maintenance, whether you are a homeowner or a commercial customer. Well-experienced and factory-trained refrigerator repair specialists ensure that your refrigerator will be up and running as quickly as possible to keep your food fresh and keep it from spoiling. There will be no need to transfer your food to a cooler filled with ice because they will respond quickly with their same-day service.

An emergency response is so important when this type of thing occurs: cooling problems, no power, strange noises, sweating on the outside, getting hot on the edges, cycling on and off too frequently, leaking or flooding ice makers, a broken thermostat, and other such problems such as:

No water coming out of the dispenser may be a clogged water filter that has collected and stored debris. Be sure to change your filter on a regular basis.

Constant running or cycling could be dust or pet hair that has accumulated on the condenser coils. It might take a vacuuming or brushing of the coils after the refrigerator has been unplugged.

A “broken” ice maker could be caused by a clogged water inlet valve. They will shut the valve off to the household water supply before repairing so there won’t be a flood.

Water leaks usually mean a clogged or blocked water line or defrost drain.

If the internal temperature is set too low, you can try setting it to between 37º and 40º, the ideal for food storage, and be sure the fridge is kept somewhere cool with clearance around it. If you are still hearing strange noises, it could be something like a damaged electronic control board or worn-out open circuits or relays, and you will need professional help to have those replaced.

It is also important that authentic Sub-Zero parts be replaced, if needed. The proper running of your refrigerator depends upon having the right parts installed.

Sub-Zero Service Centers has served the Miami-Dade, Palm Beach, and Broward County areas for over 30 years and are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in South Florida. There are no hidden fees or additional charges for their emergency repair services, and the service call is free if you choose them to do the job.

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