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​What could go wrong with your refrigerator?
Condensation

Condensation can occur on the inside or outside of the refrigerator.  If the seal around the door isn’t sealing properly than the inside of the refrigerator will not cool properly.  Also look for mildew or mold around the seal.  Both of these items can be very dangerous and should definitely stay away from any type of food.  If your refrigerator isn’t cooling properly first check out the seal and look for any condensation.  

Loud sounds

If your refrigerator has become louder than normal then there is definitely something wrong.  Most refrigerators should make very little noise when running correctly.  In most cases there is a problem with the motor and it will need to be replaced.

Leaking water

Refrigerators that leak water can be very annoying and expensive if not taken care of quickly.  If the defrost drain gets clogged that water leakage is likely to occur.  Ice, debris or food can cause the drain to clog, which quickly leads to a water leakage. 

Ice build up in the freezer

We have all seen this happen before.  Ice builds up in your freezer and the ice machine stops working.  Now you are dealing with a huge chunk of ice that takes forever to defrost.  In this scenario the motor on the ice machine may need to be replaced.

Refrigerator temperature isn’t cold enough

In this case most likely the defrost thermostat needs to be replaced.  You can also trying cleaning the condenser coils in the back of the refrigerator.  Be careful and do your research before making a purchase.  

SERVICE YOU AND YOUR APPLIANCE DESERVE

   As specialist in Sub-Zero, KitchenAid, Whirlpool, Maytag, Kenmore, Amana, GE, Samsung, and LG equipment, we appreciate the fine homes and busy lives of our customers and go out of our way to minimize disruption to your household and your schedule.  Your service technician will make sure to thoroughly explain the problem before servicing your appliance. For every service call, it is our goal to provide results that ensure your satisfaction.


EXPERIENCED SERVICE PROFESSIONALS

   Our 5 Star performance standards cover product maintenance, diagnostics, repair, and customer relations.This includes our commitment to providing a reasonable price, great communication and outstanding responsiveness.


Customer Service
 

   Our customers are our highest priority. We will diagnose and give an estimate of repairs. With your approval, we will get the repair done. We guarantee our work,in or out of warranty. 
We'll help you get back in working order again in no time, while also showing you how to extend the life of your appliances.


SCHEDULE SERVICE
 

   Schedule a service appointment with a certified professional. We use factory parts to ensure optimal, long-lasting performance. Our repair service is available throughout St Augustine and the St Johns County Area.


SUPPORT AND SERVICE 

   Whether your ready for service or just have questions, we pride ourselves on customer care and are standing by to provide expert, friendly, problem-solving.


Appliance Repair Service and Support

   St Augustine Appliance & Refrigerator Service is well equipped to take full and comprehensive care of your appliances, offering: 
  A 1-year warranty effective on any parts used in the repair and a team of professional, well-trained service technicians supporting the life of your appliance.


​How to properly maintain your refrigerator for a long life

 Replacing the rubber seal on the door will stop from warm air coming into the refrigerator.  The seal(gasket) tends to wear down over time and will need to be replaced.
Keep your refrigerator away from heated areas like an oven or stove.  Being near heat will cause the compressor to kick into high gear and it’s life span will be shortened.
Clean the condenser coils often.  If dust builds up in the condenser coils then the refrigerator won’t be able to work properly.  Replacing the compressor is one of the most expensive repairs.  Clean the coils frequently to lengthen the life of your compressor.
Seems obvious but always try and keep the door closed.  Anytime the door is open the refrigerator is having to work harder than usual.
Keep an eye on the frost in the freezer.  If you see it building up that defrost the freezer immediately.  Allowing the freezer to have excessive frost and damage the freezer.

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