A condenser fan motor powers the fan that blows air over the condenser coils. The process transfers the heat away from the refrigerators cooling system and into the environment where the refrigerator is placed. Samsung Refrigerators, like many other refrigerators that have a coil on the back of refrigerator would not require a condenser fan motor repair.
Refrigerators that have no coils on the back of the refrigerator are the type of refrigerator that does have a condenser fan system. It is located inside of the refrigerator next to where the condenser coils are located. This fan blows air over the coils and cools the system. This is one very important part of the system that keeps your food cold.
The newly installed condenser fan motor.
» Read more
Your refrigerator has many different parts that work together to keep your food cold. If any one of the them stops working, your whole refrigerator could fail to function. The following Whirlpool refrigerator had a malfunctioning “starter relay”. A relay is an electronic switch. It is similar to the light switch that turns on your kitchen lights. Except that instead of flipping a mechanical switch, a relay is switch with a bit a electrical current flowing through it. Relays are used in everything from car horns, to washing machine motors.
» Read more
Your next refrigerator could be using magnetic forces to cool your perishables instead of a compressor and harsh ozone depleting chemicals. GE Labs is working on a magnetic refrigerator that would use a series of magnets to cool a water based fluid and in turn, your food and drinks. You can possibly expect to see this new technology in about 10 years.
The new magnetic refrigerator technology, GE says, could be about 20% more efficient than the compression based refrigeration technologies of today. Recyclers of Appliances and Environmental Agencies alike should be thrilled to know that the new technology will be safer for the environment as it uses no ozone depleting chemicals in its design. » Read more
We repair KitchenAid Refrigerators and all other major brand name refrigerators. Our technicians are here to help when you need us most. Give us a call at (619) 327-9501 to schedule an appointment with one of our KitchenAid Refrigerator Repair Technicians.
We repair Maytag Refrigerators, GE Refrigerators, LG Refrigerators, Samsung Refrigerators, Thermador Refrigerators, and KitchenAid Refrigerators. We also repair many more types of major brand name refrigerators.
We repair built-in refrigerators like Sub-Zero and Viking, as well as side-by-side refrigerators and regular top-freezer refrigerators. » Read more