FAF Refrigerator Repair (702) 208-2063
Is your refrigerator acting strange? We employ experts that are able to repair all types and models of refrigerators. No matter what the model of your refrigerator, we can fix it. Las Vegas Appliance repair has years of experience, give our local number a call to see what we can do for you. You will never be charged more if you live far from us, even on the nights or weekends.
All of our customers are protected by our low price guarantee, which ensures that you will pay the lowest possible price for the service we do for you. Also, the service call is completely free of charge when we do the repair, and prices are not dependent on the time of the day or week. Whether it's late at night, Thanksgiving, or on the weekend, we will charge the same rate and will never charge a service call fee.
Are you sick of hiring a company to do repairs only for them to show up missing a crucial part for your repair? We almost always have all the parts that we need right in our trucks that are on site, and we can almost always find a replacement part regardless of the rarity.
No matter what time of the day it is, give us a call and we'll give you the help you need. Call us local and we'll set up an appointment to come take a look at your refrigerator.
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We serve all areas of Las Vegas that are shown below:
Boulder City, Henderson, Las Vegas, Mesquite, North Las Vegas, Blue Diamond, Bunkerville, Cal-Nev-Ari, Enterprise, Arden, Winchester, Overton, Nelson, Paradise, Sloan and the rest view the entire service area here
We repair all brands of refrigerators
Sears, Speed Queen, Roper, Kitchen Aid, Frigidaire, Magic Chef, GE, Whirlpool, Maytag, Jenn Air, Hotpoint, Admiral, Frigidaire, Tappan, LG, Samsung, Thermador, Amana and many more view the full list here
Your fridge is very likely to be a single of the most made use of appliances in your property, so extra treatment should be taken to maintain it. To start with, continue to keep it clean: on your own can use one tablespoon of baking soda dissolved in a quart of warm water to clean and freshen the inside of your fridge and the door gasket to keep it soft and pliable. Dusty condenser coils can make your refrigerator’s motor run harder, so it’s a good idea to remove the grill at the bottom of your fridge and sweep and/or vacuum at least four times a year (more often if you have shedding pets.)
You might want to pull the unit away from the wall to get at the coils more thoroughly; be sure to unplug it first so that you don’t risk damaging the fan blades at the back of the unit. Secondly, make sure the fridge is positioned correctly. There should be at least an inch clearance around the top and sides, and the appliances should be set level or very slightly tilted back so that the door swings shut easily.
Third, change your water filter regularly if you have an ice maker or water dispenser. Your fridge will also have a drip hole and a drain pan that catches condensation; empty the pan periodically and clear away any food particles or mineral deposits that might give your unit a ‘funky’ odor over time. Be sure to turn off the water source first, and have a bucket ready to capture any ice or water that might have accrued.
Finally, it’s a good idea to look at the seal on your unit’s doors for a tight seal, because cold air escaping from a loose seal forces the compressor to work harder and wastes energy. Try slipping a dollar bill between the door and the gasket seal at various points. If the bill can be pulled out with little resistance, it’s time to replace the gasket; check your owner’s manual for details or call a service technician.