Your refrigerator is the biggest appliance in your home. It is also the most important appliance is your house hold. We understand your frustration when your refrigerator stops working, it could be very inconvenient. We also understand your need to get immediate and effective fridge repair.
That is why All Boston Appliance Repair has you covered! We are ready to work and we’ll arrive on time. Here are some areas we also cover near Boston: Cambridge, Winthrop, Revere, Malden, Brookline, Everett, Somerville, Chelsea, Arlington and more.
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Our offices are located at: 10 Kings Beach rd. Lynn, MA 01902
You will be provided with a FREE service call with any completed refrigerator repair. Our technicians have many years of experience when it comes to refrigerator repair. We offer SAME DAY services. We also work during weekends and holidays.
We are always in the Boston area, and there’s NO extra charge for travel.
We repair all refrigerator brands, including:
We only hire the most highly experienced, professional, and trained appliance repair technicians.
We will work with YOUR schedule and not force you to work with ours.
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Our service experts repair all common refrigerator problems, including:
- Refrigerator not keeping cool enough temperatures
- Refrigerator making loud noises
- Leaking refrigerator
- Freezer building up ice
- Refrigerator section too cold
- Unit is not cycling off properly
- Ice maker not producing ice
- Inside light has stopped working
- Unit has simply shut down completely.
Here are some refrigerator repairs tips:
If you see no light and hear no sound coming from your fridge make sure that your appliances not unplugged. Make sure to check the circuit breaker. To ensure it has not tripped or a fuse hasn’t blown out. If this has happen you could just switch it back on or change the fuse. If the lights are on but your unit is not running you should most likely clean your condenser coils with a vacuum or a damp cloth. Some people are concerned when they hear their refrigerator making noise. A fridge is supposed to operate 24/7 and it does make a common noise. When you hear an unfamiliar or loud noise that means somethings wrong. Try to locate where the noise is coming from then shake your fridge a bit. When your unit is not level that couldn’t make it begin to make usual noise. Make sure to level your refrigerator. Also check refrigerator gaskets. The gaskets are the rubber lining on the door that comes into contact with the unit. These should always be tightly shut in order to keep your food fresh and to avoid food poisoning. You could check your gaskets by putting a dollar bill between the door and the refrigerator and shut the door. Then try to pull on the dollar bill, if it feels loose or if it comes out easily that means that your gaskets are very weak and that they should be replaced.