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When your disposal, microwave or trash compactor doesn't work efficiently or you have any other problems, we are available for all your disposal, microwave or trash compactor repair needs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We provide same day service and our service call is free with the repair. Our low price policy will give you assurance that you are getting the lowest price for your disposal, microwave or trash compactor repair. Call us 24/7 at our Toll Free line:


Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts

We repair the following brands:

Magic Chef
Modern Maid
Montgomery Wards
Jenn Air
Kitchen Aid
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Waste King
White Westinghouse
U-line (Uline)
AO Smith
AP Wagner

We service the whole Phoenix and surrounding areas below:

Scottsdale appliance repair
Sun City appliance repair
Sun City Sun City
Sun City West appliance repair
Sun Lakes appliance repair
Superior appliance repair
Surprise appliance repair
Tempe appliance repair
Youngtown appliance repair
Glendale appliance repair
Tolleson appliance repair
Phoenix appliance repair
Tortilla Flat appliance repair
Waddell appliance repair
West Sun Lakes appliance repair
Wickenburg appliance repair
Wintersburg appliance repair
Wittmann appliance repair
Queen Creek appliance repair
Rio Verde appliance repair
Yavapai appliance repair
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If you would like to learn more about your disposal, microwave or trash compactor please read the information below. It will help you to improve the efficiency of your disposal, microwave or trash compactor and reduce your utility and repair bills. However we strongly encourage you DON’T get involved in repairs in which you are not familiar and that involves working with electrical or gas components. Unfortunately we have seen some people try it and it always turns out to be costly. And, most important, it can put your safety at risk, which cannot be repaired or replaced. Call us today:



Microwave ovens have the following advantages: they cook fast (about five minutes per pound for a roast), and are especially convenient for thawing or cooking frozen foods; they save energy in cooking some food items; they keep your kitchen cool (microwaves heat the food, not the oven); clean-ups are easier (cook on disposable paper plates and just wipe the oven with a damp rag and mild detergent).
Microwave ovens have drawbacks, too: they are not all-purpose ovens (you still need a conventional oven for cooking or baking certain things); many do not brown steaks and cl, Pps; they require that you learn new cooking techniques and give special attention to certain foods (frequent turning of bulky items, for example).
When you are buying a microwave oven the following suggestions are recommended.
1. Read various manufacturers' manuals of instructions and recipes. Learn what each model offers, what wiring or special utensils it may require, and what timing to expect from it (about four minutes for one potato, for instance, but about eight minutes for two potatoes).
2. Examine various models. Will you want a tabletop (portable) oven or a freestanding range (containing both microwave and conventional ovens)? A portable plugs into any household outlet, but it does need its own 110-220-volt circuit to work efficiently? A full-size range needs a separate 220-volt line.
3. Understand what guaranties and warranties each manufacturer offers.
4. Ask about cost of replacing magnetron: that generates microwaves and other parts.
5. Ask whether technicians are available to provide servicing. What are their rates for servicing?
6. Consult your local utility company for guidance on energy saving aspects. Will a microwave oven save energy on all cooking chores, compared with a conventional oven? Would you save more energy with a high watt or a low watt model? What might your average yearly energy savings be with a microwave oven?
7. Buy a model with additional safety interlock features.


1. Usually, the disposer cleans it, but you can flush it by filling the sink with cold water, turning on the disposer and removing the stopper. While the water is draining through the disposer, allow the tap to continue running. When the sink is empty, your disposer will be clean.
2. Removable splash guard. Almost all disposers are equipped with the unique removable splash guard for easy cleaning or replacement. If cleaning or replacement becomes necessary, simply remove it by pulling it out from the top. To replace, snap splash guard onto beaded lip near bottom of sink flange. Note: Do not operate disposer without splash guard in place.
3. The refrigerator-type motor in this disposer is permanently lubricated for the life of the unit. The disposer is self-cleaning and scours itself thoroughly with each disposal.