Woman Cleaning Out Refrigerator | Suffolk County Refrigeration Service | Nassau County

3 Signs That You Need to Get Your Refrigerator Fixed


You may
not realize this, but the common household refrigerator is actually a
complex machine that has a lot of individual parts all working
together to keep your food cold. If just one of these parts
malfunctions, it could cause your whole refrigerator to stop working.
Combine that with the fact that the fridge is the only household
appliance to work 24 hours a day, and it is easy to see how
breakdowns can occur. Luckily for you, 24/7 Refrigerator Repair has
put together this list of common signs that you should get your
fridge fixed so that you can address these problems before it is too

The Motor Doesn’t Turn
It is
normal for your refrigerator’s compressor to cycle on and off
throughout the day. It is not normal for the compressor to run
all day, every day. If you feel like your refrigerator has not
stopped running in a while, it may be in your best interest to get it
checked out. Keep in mind that if you have recently adjusted the
temperature settings, it is not uncommon for a refrigerator to run
for up to 24 hours straight. However, if it has been going for days,
there is most likely a problem – usually either with the thermostat
or compressor. In either case, call a local appliance repair service,
such as 24/7 Refrigerator Repair, to have a professional take a look.
Spoiled Food
food will eventually spoil, regardless of how well your refrigerator
is working. But when a lot of your food starts spoiling prematurely,
this is a red flag. Food expiring well before it should is a sign
that your fridge is not maintaining the temperature that it should
be. There is no one problem that specifically causes this to happen –
it could be an issue with the sealing system, coolant, compressor, or
a number of other things. In order to correctly diagnose the problem
and see if your refrigerator can be fixed, contact a local
refrigerator handyman service.
If you
notice puddles of liquid forming either in the refrigerator or under
it, there is a problem. This can range from faulty seals, which can
be easily replaced for cheap, to a break in the tube channel, which
is much more serious. If your fridge is causing liquids to pool,
contact a professional immediately.
At 24/7
Refrigerate Repair, our technicians are familiar with all of these
problems and the best ways to fix them. With over 60 years of
experience, there is no better refrigerator repair service in all of
Long Island or Queens. You can visit our website or like our Facebook page for more information.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *