Appliance Repair Thousand Oaks CA

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Our Services

Our Services

Repair

We offer the most qualified appliance repair service in San Fernando valley. Out technicians can repair any major appliance problems usually the same day you call us.

Installation

The hardest part of buying a new appliance is installing it in your home. Installation should always be performed by a knowledgeable technician in order to avoid possible damage to your brand new appliance.

Replacement Parts

by having contracts with vendors that go back for decades, we guarantee that our clients receive the best quality replacement parts for the most affordable price.

Cleaning

If you need cleaning of your air ducts in the air conditioning system, look no further. You can save a lot of money by calling Thousand Oaks Appliance Repairs. Nothing beats same-day cleaning.

Testimonials

Testimonials

If you have a broken stove, cooktop, oven, range, refrigerator, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washer, dryer, ice maker, air conditioner repair, heater, disposal, water heater or any commercial appliance, we can repair it for you at time you prefer and a price that you will definitely like. We charge a low flat rate even for the most difficult repair.

Our technicians are certified to repair Admiral, Amana, American Standard, ASKO, Bosch, Brown, Dacor, Frigidaire, Gaffers and Sattler, Gaggenau, GE, Gibson, Hampton Bay, Hotpoint, Kenmore, Kitchen Aid, LG, Magic Chef, Maytag, Modern Maid, Montgomery Wards, Norge, O’Keefe and Merritt, Samsung, Sanyo, Sears Signature, Speed Queen, Sub Zero, Thermador, U-line (Uline), Viking, Westinghouse, Whirlpool, Wolf, and many more appliance brands. For refrigerator repair los angeles then call us now as we have refrigeration experts throughout the county.

Repair Tips

Repair Tips

Check for:
– No power at the outlet.
– Damaged power cord.

Remedies:
– Check the fuse box/circuit breaker.
– Check the outlet with a VOM or lamp.
– If refrigerator blows fuses, put it on its own circuit.
– Replace the cord.

Check for:
– Dirty condenser coils.
– Defective condenser fan. (frost-free types)
– Incorrect voltage reaching the unit.
– Defective thermostat.
– Defective compressor.

Remedies:
– Clean the coils.
– Check the fan.
– Check the voltage with a VOM, then call the power company if it’s not between 105 and 125 volts.
– Test the thermostat and replace if necessary.
– Call a qualified contractor.

Check for:
– Wrong voltage reaching the unit.
– Defective compressor.
– Leaking refrigerant.
– Dirty condenser coils.

Remedies:
– Run the unit its own circuit and check the voltage at the outlet.
– Call a qualified contractor.
– Clean the coils.

Check for:
– Thermostat on wrong setting.
– Dirty condenser coils.
– Damaged door gasket.
– Sagging door.
– Heavy frost accumulation.
– Door is open too much.
– Hot and humid weather.
– Inside light on.
– Wet insulation in the door and sides.
– Room too warm.
– Damaged evaporator fan.
– Damaged condenser fan
– Defective defrost timer.
– The refrigerant has leaked out.

Remedies:
– Change the thermostat temperature.
– Clean the coils.
– Check the gaskets.
– Straighten the door.
– Defrost the unit more often.
– Open the door as little as possible.
– If the unit runs continuously, but cools well, there is no problem.
– Check the door switch.
– Open the unit on a dry day and let it dry out. Also, repair or replace cracked door jambs and panels.
– Move the refrigerator repair to a cooler place or start cooling the room.
– Check the fan for damage.
– Check the fan for damage.
– Check the timer for defects.
– Call a qualified contractor.

Check for:
– Thermostat on wrong setting.
– Dirty condenser coils.
– Damaged door gasket.
– Sagging door.
– Heavy frost accumulation.
– Door is open too much.
– Hot and humid weather.
– Inside light on.
– Wet insulation in the door and sides.
– Room too warm.
– Damaged evaporator fan.
– Damaged condenser fan
– Defective defrost timer.
– The refrigerant has leaked out.

Remedies:
– Change the thermostat temperature.
– Clean the coils.
– Check the gaskets.
– Straighten the door.
– Defrost the unit more often.
– Open the door as little as possible.
– If the unit runs continuously, but cools well, there is no problem.
– Check the door switch.
– Open the unit on a dry day and let it dry out. Also, repair or replace cracked door jambs and panels.
– Move the refrigerator repair to a cooler place or start cooling the room.
– Check the fan for damage.
– Check the fan for damage.
– Check the timer for defects.
– Call a qualified contractor.

Check for:
– Unit is not sitting level.
– Rattling drain pan.
– Hard or broken compressor mounts
– Blocked fan blades.

Remedies:
– Adjust the position of the unit.
– Move the pan so it doesn’t touch sides of the unit.
– Replace the mounts.
– Check the evaporator and compressor fans for obstructions.

Check for:
– Clogged drains.
– Dirty drain pan.

Remedies:
– Open the drains and flush them.
– Clean the pan and disinfect it.

Check for:
– Broken drain hose or drain pan.
– Clogged drains or full pan.

Remedies:
– Replace the broken parts.
– Open the drains or empty the drain pan.

FAQ

FAQ

Here the five questions we get asked the most. Much of your time can be saved by reading the answers to these questions before making the call.

A: We like to give all the time you deserve to diagnose the problem with your appliance properly. In order to do this, we must give you a “window” because we don’t know how long the appointment before yours will take. We hate to give you a specific time and then not be able to honor our commitment.

A: This is a very good question, and is asked quite often. Unfortunately the answer is not clear cut. If your appliance is several years old, chances are it was made better than most of the new ones available (including major brands). In most cases, since you know it has been a good appliance, it pays to fix it; especially if a new appliance costs considerably more than a repair. Additionally, many times there are reasons why your appliance stopped working and our trained technicians can point these things out so that repairs will be required less frequently.

A: Unfortunately there are usually up to a dozen different reasons why the same symptoms occur. Without being able to diagnose the appliance, using our knowledge, experience and test equipment, all we can do is guess. Many companies will quote an approximate price over the phone (usually low enough to attract your attention). When their people arrive, you find out that the price is far more than they quoted you over the phone.

A: Before our technicians leave your premises, they will attempt to go over all functions of the appliance to have you make sure that it is working properly. Even by doing that, occasionally the appliance will cease to work again. Rest assured that we will make our return visit to you a top priority and you will receive service before the next customers. PLEASE NOTE, ALL REPAIRS (UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED ON YOUR RECEIPT) ARE FULLY WARRANTED, BOTH PARTS AND LABOR FOR A FULL 90 DAYS. Many other companies provide only 30 days labor and 90 days parts.

A: Most of our technicians are family people and like to spend evenings and weekends with their families. These highly trained technicians work hard during normal business hours and do not want to make a mistake because they are tired. There is, however, evening and Saturday service available at a slight additional charge in order to provide an incentive to the technicians. If we are not opened when you call, please leave a voice mail, and our service will alert a manager on duty as to your request and you will get a call back.