Everton appliance repair

Everton appliance repair

Everton Appliance technicians 

We have all your appliance repair needs covered. From broken fridges to dirty dishes. We will have that dishwasher  up and running in no time. Reliable and affordable Everton appliance repair Hillcrest. 

TAP HERE to contact us or fill in the form.  Either way you can relax knowing that your appliances are in the best hands. We are authorised BOSCH repair agents, but we are able to repair all other brands of appliances too. 

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Fridge Overheating Prevention - How to Keep It Cool

Fridge temperatures should stay between 0°C (32°F) and 5°C (41°F). If your fridge gets too warm, it could cause damage to food and shorten its shelf life.

To check the temperature settings on your fridge, open the door and turn off the power switch. Then, press the buttons on the front panel until you reach the thermostat setting. You’ll see the current temperature displayed there.

If you notice that your refrigerator has been running too hot, then you should clean out the condenser coil first. This will help reduce the heat inside the fridge.

Friendly and professional appliance repair Everton Hillcrest 

Our appliance repair team will expertly diagnose and repair any of your home appliance issues. We are fully authorised to repair most brands. Give us a call for more information. 

Home Appliance Problems and How to Solve Them

You’ve probably heard that appliances break down over time, and that’s true for many household items. But there are things you can do to keep your appliances running smoothly.

If you’re having trouble with one of your home appliances, try these simple fixes first before calling a repairman.

Fuses are used to protect electrical circuits from damage caused by too much current flow. A blown fuse will cause a circuit breaker to trip, shutting off power to the appliance. To check fuses, remove them from the panel and look at the ends. If there’s no wire attached, the fuse has burned out.

If there’s no power at all, then you’re probably dealing with a bad connection. Check the wires and connectors for damage.

If the power cord is loose, the problem might be with the plug itself. Check the plug for corrosion or wear and replace it if necessary.