Refrigerator and Freezer Service

Refrigerator and Freezer Repair and Service

Highly Trained Refrigerator Specialists

When your refrigerator or freezer is not working properly or broken, Appliance King is here to help keep your household running smoothly (and your food fresh), with minimal hassle or downtime.

Refrigerator problems are amongst the most complex to diagnose, requiring very precise and lengthy testing procedures to get an accurate diagnosis, and to repair — so it's important to call a trained technician once the obvious problems are ruled out (see "try this first" options listed below for the more obvious solutions).

Call Appliance King at (561) 276-4169 — we are here to help.

Appliance King services a wide range of refrigerators and freezers, such as top-mount freezers (top-freezer refrigerators); bottom-mount freezers (bottom-freezer refrigerators); French-door fridges (café fridges); side-by-side refrigerators; and built-in refrigerator-freezers.

We service all major appliance brands, including GE / General Electric, GE Monogram, Whirlpool, Whirlpool Gold, Sub-Zero, Sears, Kenmore, Maytag, Samsung, LG, Wolf, Viking, Dacor, Thermador, Jenn-Air, Frigidaire, Frigidaire Gallery, KitchenAid, Electrolux, Amana, Hotpoint, Haier, U-Line, and Scotsman. This is not a complete list, so don't worry if you don't see your brand listed; we can still help.

For those interested in doing their own repairs (DIY), Appliance King offers same-day delivery for all fast-moving parts in stock. We have a wide selection of parts, including parts that are discontinued or hard-to-find, so no waiting for special orders to arrive. Whenever possible, we supply factory-certified parts obtained directly from the manufacturers.

Helpful Tips from Appliance King for Common Problems

1. Refrigerator is Leaking

Try this first: Check to see that your water filter is tightly in place.

If problem persists, call Appliance King at (561) 276-4169 — we are here to help.

What Might Be Wrong?

Improper Water Filter Installation

Improper water filter installation or use of third-party generic water filters may cause water leaks. Make sure that your water filters are installed according to manufacturer instructions. In addition, we recommend using manufacturer-supplied water filters as opposed to third-party generic water filters. (While you may save some money on the short-term on less expensive parts, many third-party filters are not built to the same specifications as manufacturer parts; as a result, using third-party filters may damage internal filter system components.)

Broken Water Line

If water is leaking continuously, you may have a broken water line. It is important to shut off the supply line to the refrigerator, because unchecked continuous leaking could cause damage or flooding. (The shut-off valve is normally located under the sink or behind the refrigerator. If you are unable to locate this valve, turn off the water main for your house.) Call Appliance King at (561) 276-4169 — we are here to help.

Clogged Drain Line

If you have a sheet of ice on the bottom of the freezer, you may have a clogged drain line. It is important to fix this problem to avoid flooding your kitchen and causing damage to your home. Your freezer goes into defrost mode roughly every 6 hours, melting the ice behind the back freezer wall, so water drains to the bottom and evaporates. If your freezer drain is clogged, water builds up and leaks in every defrost cycle until the line is cleared. Call Appliance King at (561) 276-4169 -- we are here to help.

Door gasket problems: Any rips, tears, or gaps in the seals will allow moist air to enter the freezer, leading to the formation of ice crystals (frost) on food packaging and freezer walls, which will, in turn, cause cooling problems. The degree of ice build-up will vary, depending on the humidity level in the room and the severity of the gasket problems. Call Appliance King at (561) 276-4169 — we are here to help.

Technicians You Can Trust

All of our technicians at Appliance King of America are fully NASTEC and EPA Certified making them ready to tackle any problem you are having with your appliances.

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