Freezer Repair in Jacksonville
When your freezer stops working, it can be a major inconvenience. You may have to throw away hundreds of dollars’ worth of food. Also, you’ll want to replace your freezer as soon as possible.
Atlantic Coast Appliance offers fast, reliable freezer repair. Our technicians are licensed and insured, and we can repair all makes and models of freezers.
Call us at (904) 906-3595 to schedule freezer repair in Jacksonville and the surrounding areas.
Common Freezer Problems
- Freezer Not Cooling
If your freezer is not cooling, it may be because the evaporator fan motor is not working, the condenser coils are dirty, or the temperature control thermostat is broken.
- Freezer Is Not Sealing
If your freezer is not sealing, it may be because the door gasket is dirty or damaged, the door hinges are loose or broken, or the door latch is not working.
- Freezer Not Defrosting
If your freezer is not defrosting, it may be because the defrost timer is broken, the defrost heater assembly is not working, or the defrost thermostat is malfunctioning.
- Freezer Is Leaking Water
If your freezer is leaking water, it may be because the defrost drain is clogged, the water inlet valve is leaking, or the water filter housing is cracked.
- Freezer Is Making Strange Noises
If your freezer is making strange noises, it may be because the evaporator fan motor is not working, the condenser fan motor is broken, or the evaporator fan motor blade is hitting something.
How to Prevent Freezer Problems
- Keep Your Freezer Clean
Regularly cleaning your freezer can help prevent many problems. Make sure to clean the inside of your freezer at least once a month, and clean the condenser coils at least once a year.
- Don’t Overload Your Freezer
Overloading your freezer can cause it to work harder than it should. Make sure to leave enough space between your food and the walls of your freezer to allow for proper air circulation.
- Don’t Open Your Freezer Too Often
Make sure to open your freezer only when you need to, and try to keep the door closed as much as possible. Opening it too often can overwork the motor.
- Don’t Put Hot Food in Your Freezer
Make sure to let your food cool down to room temperature before putting it away. Otherwise, you might overwork the freezer.
- Don’t Set Your Freezer Temperature Too Low
Make sure to set your freezer temperature to the recommended setting, which is usually between 0- and 5-degrees Fahrenheit. Setting it lower is not necessary, and it makes your freezer work too hard.
We have been in business since 1968, and we know how to fix your freezer. Our team offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and all of our repairs come with a 90-day warranty. To schedule time with our freezer repair professionals in Jacksonville, contact us online.
"Strongly recommend to anyone and would use them again!"- Dennis W.
"Service was very prompt and as promised."- Bill B.
"I highly recommend this company for all your appliance repair needs."- Dayton H.
"We will absolutely be calling this company again."- K.D.
If you have an appliance in need of repair, we've got you covered. We've served thousands of customers and know how to solve any problem.
We pride ourselves on quality customer service from the first time you call our office to the effort we put in cleaning up from a job. We treat your home like our own.
Not only do we repair and maintain your product, but we also sell new appliances in case you're looking for a new upgrade entirely!
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