Category Archives: Refrigerator Repair and Parts

Refrigerator Warm, But Freezer is Cold – How to Fix

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If your refrigerator is warm, but your freezer is cold, check to see if your refrigerator’s defrost thermostat is working. Check your refrigerator’s evaporator coils. If you notice Continue reading

Ice Maker Keeps Freezing Up – How to Fix

Whirlpool Refrigerator Water Inlet Valve w10408179

Whirlpool Refrigerator Water Inlet Valve w10408179

If your ice maker keeps freezing up, it could be due to a faulty water inlet valve. The valve could be letting a trickle of water flow inside the line and into the tube, causing the water to freeze up inside the line or tube. Try to thaw the water fill tube or line. Test the water inlet valve using a multimeter and replace, especially if this problem is reoccurring.

Find a replacement  Refrigerator Water Inlet Valve for your Refrigerator.

Add Appliances to Your Spring Cleaning

Vacuum Crevice Wand Attachment

Vacuum Crevice Wand Attachment

Be sure to add cleaning out your clothes dryer to your spring cleaning check list. Experts advise you do this twice a year to get rid of dangerous lint build-up which can be a fire hazard and also cause your dryer to perform poorly.

Make the job easier by using a crevice cleaning vacuum attachment that can help you reach inside your dryer, and underneath the drum. You can also Continue reading

How to Get Rid of Stale Refrigerator Smells Easily

Woman cleaning fridgeFirst, clean out your fridge. Throw away any expired food and wiping down all surfaces with a mild detergent (dish washing liquid will do) and warm water. Don’t forget to remove and soak your refrigerator veggie drawers and meat pans, since nasty bacteria can grow there.

After washing all the surfaces in your fridge, be sure to Continue reading

Why is Ice Building Up in My Refrigerator Freezer?

10367149_711573745571036_8075036843282306199_nIf ice is building up in your refrigerator freezer, it could be a bad defrost thermostat, defrost timer or even the gasket (seal) around your freezer door. You can test the Continue reading

How To Keep Fruits and Vegetables Fresh

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How to Thaw a Turkey

How to Thaw a Turkey - Defrosted turkey in panThanksgiving is almost upon us and many people will be buying a frozen turkey to cook and serve on Thanksgiving Day. If you plan on buying a frozen turkey, you’ll need to defrost it in the refrigerator and allow 24 hours for every four to five pounds.

Be sure to place the unwrapped turkey in a pan (breast side up) to contain any dripping from the defrost process. Place the pan on the lowest shelf of the refrigerator which is the coldest place in your fridge where all meats should be stored.

You can even see if your refrigerator veggie or crisper drawer can Continue reading

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