Refrigerator Repair Overland Park

In-Home Service with Factory Certified Techs

Searching for Refrigerator Repair in
Overland Park?

When your refrigerator stops working correctly, it’s just a matter of time before your perishable items become affected. You need professional refrigerator repair you can trust as soon as possible! Are you looking for expert refrigerator repair technician in Overland Park? You’ve found the right place! Our team of refrigerator repair experts has been serving the Overland Park area for over 30 years. Trust The Appliance Care Company team with your refrigerator repair!

Your Refrigerator
Repair Experts

The clock begins to tick for your refrigerated goods when your refrigerator stops cooling. You need to find a reliable refrigerator repair in Overland Park ASAP. Call The Appliance Care Company to schedule service now. Our professional technicians will diagnose and repair your fridge quickly and efficiently.

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What's Wrong with Your Refrigerator?

Isn't Cooling

If your refrigerator isn’t cooling, it may caused by several parts including a faulty control board, relay, thermostat, fan motor, or compressor.

Fridge Temperature
Isn't Cold Enough

Fridge is not cold enough? Did you check your temperature settings? Next, check the door seals for tears, ensure there is adequate airflow, and make sure your coils are clean.

Refrigerator Makes
Strange Noises

Is your refrigerator loud? This may indicate a faulty defrost timer, compressor, or condenser fan. It may also be caused by your ice maker making ice.

Ice Maker
Isn't Working

Ice maker not making ice? This may be an issue with your ice maker assembly or the fill tube may be frozen.

Refigerator Doesn't
Dispense Water or Ice

If your fridge is not dispensing water or ice, it could need a new water filter or the water valve may need to be replaced. 

Fridge Is
Leaking Water

If your refrigerator leaks, there may be  a block in your defrost drain or a faulty water inlet valve.

Refrigerator Repair FAQs

A common question we are asked is, “Should I repair or replace my refrigerator?”

Several factors come into play when faced with making this decision, including the age of your refrigerator, the brand and type of fridge you have, and the cost to repair your refrigerator versus the price of buying a new one.

A good rule of thumb to follow for refrigerator repair vs replacement is that if the repair of your refrigerator costs less than half of the cost of purchasing a new one, it’s a good idea to go ahead with repairs.

Wondering if you should repair or replace your refrigerator? The Appliance Care Company can assist with refrigerator repair in Overland Park. If you decide to purchase a new unit, we also have a variety of new, scratch-and-dent, and used refrigerators in stock.

Is your refrigerator not cooling well? There are a few troubleshooting steps you can take.

First, ensure the temperature is set correctly in both the refrigerator and the freezer. The refrigerator should be set to 37° F, and the freezer should be at 0° F. Once the temperature is adjusted, it can take approximately 24 hours for the unit’s temperature to stabilize.

Next, take a look inside your refrigerator and freezer. Ensure it is not overfilled with items and that chilled air can adequately circulate around each item.

Finally, check the refrigerator and freezer vents. These vents are vital to circulating chilled air, and if they become obstructed, it can result in a refrigerator not cooling.

Some of the most common problems with refrigerators include:

Are you in need of refrigerator repair in Overland Park? Give The Appliance Care Company team a call today!

Is your refrigerator not cooling but is still running? If your refrigerator running warm has suddenly occurred, there could be several causes. Start by troubleshooting some of the basics:

First, ensure that the refrigerator condenser coils are clean. As a rule of thumb, you should clean the refrigerator coils every six months.

Next, visually inspect the evaporator fan. Are there are any objects keeping the fan from easily spinning. An obstructed or broken fan may be the cause of your refrigerator not cooling.

If your refrigerator continues to run but not cool after checking the coils and the evaporator fan, call a refrigerator repair expert. Several other faulty fridge parts may be the cause of your fridge problem, including a faulty evaporator fan motor, defective start relay, defective temperature control thermostat, and more.

Our refrigerator repair Overland Park team at The Appliance Care Company can quickly and accurately diagnose and repair your fridge. Give us a call today to schedule your appointment!