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When your refrigerator is leaking, freezing the food in the fridge compartment or you have any other problems, we are available for all your refrigerator 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 refrigerator repair. Call us 24/7 at our Toll Free line:


Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts

We repair the following refrigerators brands:

Waste King
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Jenn Air
Magic Chef
Modern Maid
Montgomery Wards
Kitchen Aid

Our Service areas includes All the Phoenix and surrounding areas

Carefree refrigerator repair
Casa Grande refrigerator repair
Cave Creek refrigerator repair
Chandler refrigerator repair
Circle City refrigerator repair
City Carefree refrigerator repair
Coolidge Gila Bend refrigerator repair
El Mirage refrigerator repair
Eloy refrigerator repair
Florence refrigerator repair
Fountain Hills refrigerator repair
Gila Bend refrigerator repair
Gilbert refrigerator repair

Phoenix refrigerator repair
Maricopa refrigerator repair
Mesa refrigerator repair
Queen Creek refrigerator repair
Rio Verde refrigerator repair
Mobile refrigerator repair
Morristown refrigerator repair
New River refrigerator repair
Palo Verde refrigerator repair
Paradise Valley refrigerator repair
Peoria refrigerator repair
Pinal refrigerator repair
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If you would like to learn more about your refrigerator please read the information below. It will help you to improve the efficiency of your refrigerator 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 for your refrigerator issue:

866-385-2081 .


Freezer Storage.

Ice-cube compartment and shelf. The ice compartment contains two ice-cube trays. This unit will not accept an icemaker.
Packaged frozen foods. Frozen foods from the supermarket should be placed in the freezer as soon as possible. To quickly return them to a safe 0° F. to 2° F. storage, we recommend placing them against the back wall for several hours before organizing them elsewhere in the freezer.
Fresh frozen foods. Fresh frozen foods you prepare at home should be carefully wrapped in a moisture- and vapor-proof wrap, or placed in airtight containers. Thin plastic wrap used for covering food stored in the refrigerator is not suitable as moisture can be drawn through it. And in some instances, the plastic wrap will produce an odor that can be absorbed by other foods.
Door storage. The door shelves are designed to hold juice cans, food packages, and the ice-cube storage bin. How long to store frozen food. It is better to store food for shorter periods and replenish often, as needed. Use the following frozen food storage chart as a guide. The times shown in Chart 3 are approximate times for properly wrapped foods.
Pre-packaged meats. The meat pan helps to keep meat fresh. Pre-packaged fresh meat may be stored in original wrapping, if used in one or two days. Otherwise, meat should be rewrapped in a moisture- and vapor-proof wrap. Meat wrapped by the butcher should be removed from the market wrappings and rewrapped with a moisture- and vapor-proof wrap.
Vegetable and fruit storage. Two crisper drawers for storage of fruits and vegetables are shown in. Before storing fresh fruits and vegetables, remove wrapping, trim off damaged parts, and wash cold water. Salad greens should be moistened slightly before restoring.
Foods stored on shelves. As you know, cold air is very dry. Foods stored on the open shelves should be covered with plastic wrap or placed in covered containers to prevent drying. This also prevents mixing of odors or flavors.
Glide-out shelves. The full-width shelves slide part way out (to a built-in stop) for easier loading; this also permits easy access to items at the back of the shelf.
Butter compartment. Foods stored in the refrigerator doors include butter in the butter compartment for your convenience; there is a sturdy melamine butter dish that can be taken to the table. It is dishwasher safe.
Egg storage. An egg nest is built into the refrigerator door. Always use eggs front row first.
Tall bottles, milk, and condiments. Small condiment bottles, tall beverage bottles, and even half-gallon milk cartons are conveniently organized and stored in the refrigerator door


Your refrigerator must be installed on a floor strong enough to support the combined weight of the food and the unit in order to insure proper operation and a good door seal. If the spot selected is next to a wall, be sure that you allow a 1 % -inch space along the side so the door can be opened 90 degrees.
Leveling is important to the operation of an automatic icemaker. The correct amount of water is metered for each fill. If unit is leveled improperly, the ice cubes will not be of uniform size. In an extreme case, water could overflow.
How to remove grill at bottom of the unit. Pull straight forward from the unit to release the grill clips. To replace, reverse the procedure.
Level unit. The unit should be leveled. It is provided with leveling rollers located behind the grill at the bottom of the unit. If the floor is not level from side to side, it may be necessary to shim under one of the feet at the rear. Each front roller is independently adjustable. Use an adjustable wrench to move the rollers up or down. Adjust until the unit tilts slightly from front to back. This allows the doors to close firmly and helps prevent rebounding.
Brake. Your roller-equipped unit must be braked to prevent the unit from rolling forward. Adjust the wing nut, centrally located Fig. 29. behind the front grill, until the brake is snug to the floor
Do not over tighten. Note: Whenever the unit is to be moved, first release the brake. It must be readjusted when the unit is back in place.