Fridge Freezer Repair

Fridge Freezer RepairWe offer fridge freezer repairs in Barton upon Humber, Barrow upon Humber, Goxhill, New Holland, Killingholme, Immingham, Stallingborough, Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Brigg, Elsham, Bonby, South Ferriby, Winterton, Winteringham, Scunthorpe, Hull, Hessle, Beverley, Louth and all the surounding areas.

Useful information

Tip 1. All fridges will have a drain hole at the back to remove condsated water. This usually drains into a tray on top of the pump. This drain hole can become blocked, some fridges come with a tool to keep this hole clear, if not a pipe cleaner will work.

Tip 2. Follow our tips and learn how to defrost a freezer, fast.

Kitchen appliances: maintenance tips

One of the most frequently asked questions that appliance service engineers get asked by customers is how to look after kitchen appliances. It’s natural that they’ll want to ask your advice on this, as learning how to care for machines such as the fridge freezer, oven and dishwasher will not only help them to perform at their best, it’ll also ensure a longer life. With a few handy tips from you, like how to defrost a freezer and clean the oven, customers will feel reassured that it’s easy to maintain even the busiest of appliances.

Maintaining a fridge freezer

Looking after a fridge freezer requires a little attention and a few pointers to follow:

– Keep the fridge well stocked but make sure there’s room for air to circulate.
– Regularly clean out to get rid of old food and debris.
– Make sure the coils and vents are clear of dust.
– Keep the freezer at 0 degrees Fahrenheit and the fridge between 37 and 40.
– Check the seals regularly – dirty or damaged seals will allow warmer air to leak in and make the appliance have to work much harder.
– If there’s something wrong but they can’t figure it out, they should refer it to a professional, as they could do more damage than good by trying to sort it themselves.

In addition to these steps, owners should also learn how to defrost a freezer:

– Turn off and unplug.
– Place a towel at the front to avoid the floor getting soaked.
– Remove all items and store somewhere cool.
– Take out the shelves and drawers for cleaning.
– Let the ice melt – speed it up by using a steamy bowl of water.
– Clean the door inside and out, along with the seal.
– Wipe down the inside.
– Put the plug back in, hit the switch and turn back on.

With regular maintenance your customers can make the most of their kitchen appliances and extend their usage life. They’ll thank you for providing them with these easy-to-follow tips, and for helping their oven, fridge freezer and dishwasher work more efficiently.