Jacksonville Refrigerator Repair

Professional Refrigerator Repair Services in Atlantic Beach

Whether you live alone or have a large family in your home, you count on your kitchen appliances to work at all times. You should be able to rely on your refrigerator to keep your food fresh and cold, and when something goes wrong it can be very stressful, especially if it was recently stocked.

When your fridge is on the fritz, turn to our factory-certified technicians for responsive and professional Jacksonville refrigerator repair. Having served our community for over 35 years, we have become known for quality repairs at a price that’s fair.

Why choose Atlantic Coast Appliance? We offer:

Is It Cheaper to Repair or Replace a Refrigerator?

In many cases, opting for refrigerator repair is a cost-effective and environmentally responsible choice. Atlantic Coast Appliance’s team of skilled technicians is well-equipped to diagnose and fix a wide range of refrigerator issues. Here’s why repair might be the right choice: Cost Savings: Repairing your refrigerator is typically more budget-friendly than investing in a brand-new appliance. Atlantic Coast Appliance provides transparent pricing and efficient repair services to ensure you get the best value for your money. Environmental Considerations: Replacing appliances prematurely can contribute to unnecessary waste in landfills. By choosing repair, you extend the lifespan of your refrigerator and reduce your carbon footprint. Familiarity: You’re already familiar with your refrigerator’s features and capacity. Repairing it allows you to keep using a trusted appliance that you’ve grown accustomed to. Whatever is wrong with your fridge, we are confident we will get the job done right the first time. Call 904-479-1398 or contact us online today.
We offer discounts to Military, First Responders and Senior Citizens.

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What Are Common Signs That My Fridge Needs Repairs?

If your repair is not an emergency but one or more problems have persisted over time, we are here to help. Our factory-certified team of Jacksonville refrigerator repair technicians is happy to show up when you need us, quickly getting to the bottom of the issue and offering a lasting solution.
Your refrigerator may need repairs if you notice

What Should I Do If My Refrigerator Has Stopped Making Ice?

There are many reasons why your fridge’s ice maker could have stopped working. In many cases, a clog caused by ice growing too large is to blame. If you do not use your dispenser all the time, the melting and refreezing of the water can cause the ice cubes to fuse together, which can eventually clog up the ice maker. To fix this, remove the storage bin and break up the large pieces. If it is frozen completely, try dumping it or allowing it to melt in the sink. When the storage bin is empty, replace it, and the ice maker should begin working again. To keep this from happening again, try using your dispenser more often.

Why Is My Refrigerator Not Cooling?

If your refrigerator can’t seem to consistently stay cool or stops working altogether, you will need to take swift action to prevent your food from spoiling. Some problems can be troubleshooted and resolved without professional assistance, while others will warrant a quick call to our team.

When your fridge stops working, take the following steps to diagnose the issue

Ensure that the temperature is set correctly and, if necessary, adjust accordingly.

Dust or pet hair can clog the condenser coils, making it harder for your refrigerator to cool properly. Vacuum the coils to remove the dirt and debris.
If the condenser fan or evaporator fan is blocked, it can prevent your refrigerator from cooling properly. Check to make sure the fans are able to move freely without obstruction.
A faulty door seal can allow warm air to enter the refrigerator, preventing it from cooling properly. Replace the seal if necessary.
A blown fuse can cause your refrigerator not to cool. Check for any visible signs of damage and replace the fuse as needed.
If the condenser fan is not running, the refrigerator might not be able to cool properly. Make sure the fan is functional and replace it, if necessary.
If your refrigerator is leaking refrigerant, it can cause cooling issues. Have a qualified technician inspect your unit to determine if there’s a leak and repair it accordingly.
If none of the above solutions solve the problem, have a qualified technician inspect your refrigerator to determine what’s causing the cooling issue and repair it as necessary. This will help ensure that your refrigerator is running properly and efficiently.
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