Refrigerator and Repair Maintenance
Welcome to Liberty Appliance Service. We are refrigerator repair experts. Refrigerators and freezers are two of the many in-home appliances we repair. We also provide service and maintenance for refrigerators, such as condenser cleaning, and water line replacement.
DIY Refrigerator Repair
Below you will find articles on common fridge problems that you might be able to resolve yourself. This web-page will be updated every now and then, and new articles will be added as time goes on, so feel free check back whenever you run into problems.
Liberty Appliance is a local, family owned and operated business. We fix all makes and models of in-home appliances. We work on the large in-home appliances, such as dryers, microwaves ovens, and washing machines. If yo have any appliance issues, give us a call today, and we will get you up and running in no time!
*Free trip charge and diagnosis if repair is made.
Common Fridge Problems
- Not Cooling
- Ice Build Up
- Won’t Turn On
- Hot around the doors
- Drips/Leaks Water
- Error Code(s)
- Freezing Food in Fridge
- Bad Smell
Recommended Refrigerator Maintenance
- Clean condenser coils every 6-12 months
- Change water filter every 6 months.
- Periodically check your water line for cracks and aging.
- Check water line for kinks, swelling or bulging.
- Replace water fill hose every 5 years to help prevent leaking or flooding.
Many things can keep a refrigerator from cooling. Here is a list of things you can check yourself. If none of these solutions fix your problem, give Liberty Appliance Service a call.
- Check power to refrigerator by plugging a working lamp into it’s outlet
- Make sure fridge is turned on
- Clear any food that may be preventing door from closing
- Clear any food or containers that may be blocking cold airflow into fridge
- Ensure the door fully closes, on it’s own, when released from an almost closed position (2-4 inches)
- Check and clean condenser coils
Sub-Zero Refrigerator Won’t Turn Off, Condenser Fan Runs Continuously
Many times, when a condenser fan doesn’t shut off, it means your fridge is running non-stop. However, on some designs, the condenser fan is hard wired to run all the time.
Liberty Appliance has come up with a solution that fixes the issue with the older Sub-Zero refrigerators running their condenser fan all the time. Our Electrical Engineer has put together a simple redesign kit that only runs the condenser fan when it is needed.