Sub-Zero Refrigerator Repair Birmingham
Sub-Zero Refrigerators are prized for their stylish designs and superior refrigeration.
Rather than just controlling temperature, these machines control humidity and air purity as well in order to best preserve your food.
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But even the best refrigerators can breakdown, and when they do, you’re in danger of food spoilage. Let us provide timely, expert service.
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Sub-Zero Refrigerator Repair
There’s plenty of things that can go wrong with a refrigerator, even a Sub-Zero refrigerator
Don’t attempt to fix it yourself, as you could do more harm than good. You might damage it or void the warranty with your tampering. Also, the machines are incredibly heavy. Moving them away from the wall so you can inspect the back is a risky venture in and of itself. Common refrigerator problems include:
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Not Cooling: If your Sub-Zero refrigerator isn’t cooling, you have an immediate problem. Keep the doors of the refrigerator and freezer closed in order to retain the cold for as long as possible. Do not open them to get items out. Even the briefest times being open loses a lot of cold, increasing the risk of spoilage. Once the refrigerator is repaired, check the temperature of your food. If it’s warm, you’ll unfortunately need to throw it out.
Icing Up: In previous decades, icing up was a fairly common occurrence in refrigerators and freezers, and there was a lengthy process to de-ice them. However, modern units should not have that problem. If they do, they need professional examination. Most commonly, it’s caused by faulty door seals. Let us keep your Sub-Zero refrigerator from icing up.
Leaking: There’s several reason why a Sub-Zero refrigerator may leak. One is a crack in the drain pan, which sits at the bottom of your refrigerator unit. Another potential cause is the ice maker. The hose bringing water into the unit can weaken, allowing water to escape. A broken water filter can also cause water to leak.