As a homeowner, being a DIY-er is a skill to be proud of. You should take pride in being able to make repairs around your home. However, there are certain fridge repairs that you shouldn’t be taking care of on your own. When it comes to your fridge, these repairs should be left to the professionals.
If you open your freezer and see a wall of ice and frost, you’re most likely looking at a problem with the defrosting process. This can be caused by a heater, fuse, switch, or sensor. Many of these repairs involve more complicated repairs methods than simply replacing a part, and often require you to get into some unfamiliar nooks and crannies of your fridge. For the safety of you and your unit, issues with your defrosting process are best left to the professionals.
No Water in the Dispenser
A lack of water in your dispenser can be a sign of a valve problem. While the issue may stem from a clogged filter or another minor problem, it could be a problem with the water supply line. If that’s the case, you should avoid tampering with the line and call the professionals to inspect what’s preventing water from getting to the dispenser.
Any Problem You Don’t Know Much About
Changing a filter is one thing, but trying to diagnose, much less fix, a bigger problem with your fridge is not a good idea. No amount of YouTube tutorials can compare to the knowledge a factory-trained technician has.
If you’re in need of fridge or freezer repairs, call Speedy Subzero Repairs. We’ve been servicing Sub-Zero refrigerators since 1946 and stand behind all of our work. For more information or to schedule a service, call us at 866-782-9376.