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Los Angeles Refrigerator Repair services all brands and models of refrigerators in Los Angeles. If your refrigerator is not cooling anymore or it’s leaking, give us a call so we can help fix the appliance and get your refrigerator back to ideal working order. Once you give us a call, we’ll make an appointment that works with your schedule for your refrigerator repair in Los Angeles:
800 215 3212
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We repair all refrigerator models and brands in Los Angeles:
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Our refrigerator repair service areas include all of Los Angeles and the nearby areas:
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When making a Los Angeles refrigerator repair appointment, we do our best to work with your schedule. Give us a call today and give us a chance to deliver the Los Angeles refrigerator repair help that you need in:
800 215 3212
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We provide information here to help you get more familiarity with your refrigerator unit. Remember that using your refrigerator more efficiently can help save money—since it may cut down on your gas and electric bills, in addition to lengthening the life of your refrigerator unit and reducing the need for future refrigerator repairs.
Warning: WITHOUT technical knowledge and experience AND THE RIGHT TOOLS, repairing REFRIGERATOR CAN BECOME hazardous. Because of this, we recommend that you do not do any refrigerator repairs on your own. For professional assistance with refrigerator repair, call our our refrigerator repair technicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at:
800 215 3212
Refrigerating systems consist of the following components: the refrigerator or freezer cabinet, the evaporator (freezing compartment), the condensing unit (motor-compressor and condenser), and the capillary tube. The refrigerator or freezer cabinet is the insulated space in which the lower temperature required for preserving or freezing food can be maintained. It is insulated to retard the rapid transfer of heat into its interior.
The evaporator contains the boiling liquid refrigerant. In a freezer it is the tubing which encircles the food liner. The refrigerant boils inside the evaporator and thus absorbs heat from the walls of the evaporator or freezer liner which in turn, absorbs heat from the warmer air in the cabinet. This reduction in air temperature reduces the temperature of the food stored in the cabinet. Because metals are usually good conductors of heat and are capable of rapidly transferring (by conduction) the heat from the cabinet to the colder boiling refrigerant, all evaporators are made of metal. The metal evaporator is connected to the condensing unit by two pipes, or tubes. One is the liquid supply line (capillary tube) which carries the liquid refrigerant to the evaporator; the other is the suction line which carries the heat-laden refrigerant vapor back to the condensing unit.
The condensing unit consists of two main parts: the motor-compressor and the condenser. Its function is to condense (liquefy) the heat-laden refrigerant vapor which is drawn from the evaporator. In condensing processes the vapor is first compressed by the motor-compressor and then cooled sufficiently to change to the liquid state as it passes through the condenser, thus giving up the latent heat absorbed during the evaporation process. This liquid is then returned to the evaporator to be reevaporated. Colder settings are obtained by turning the knob toward position 10 (clockwise). Position 10 is the coldest position and is generally used for fast freezing. For periodic cleaning and manual defrosting, the knob should be turned to the Off position in this position the compressor will not run.
Defrost Controls on Fully Automatic Units. Defrost controls are electrically and thermostatically operated. When installed the control should be set to the correct time of day by turning the knob clockwise. The defrost cycle will then occur at 3 A.m. daily. At that time, it will not interfere with the food preparation plans of the user, the defrost cycle and the recovery of freezing temperatures after defrosting will be most rapid, and the freezer plates will be relatively free from frost during the daytime hours when the refrigerator is used the most. If manual defrosting is desired for periodic cleaning (on the automatic defrosting types), turn the temperature control to the 09 position and rotate the timer knob clockwise until you hear an audible click at the 3 A.M. (night) position. This will energize the heaters and defrost the refrigerator. The compressor will remain off until you rotate the control knob from the Off position to the desired temperature setting, after which you should reset the timer to the correct time of day.
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