Sunny Appliance Repair was opened in 2011. When we first started the business, we were only servising Fremont, Hayward, Newark and Union city. But the more time and effort our technicians were putting into delivering the best service, the more exposure we got and so we were able to grow and extend the areas that we covered, and now we are able to service all the Bay Area, from San Francisco to San Jose, from Oakland to Pleasanton. We have proven to be successful very fast because of our honest affordable prices, fast qualified service, and polite experienced proffesionals.
At Sunny Appliance Repair we understand how frustrating it can be when one of your appliances goes out of order. Whether it is a leaking refrigerator, broken restaurant oven, AC (furnace) that won't blow cold (hot) air, or a dryer that doesn’t dry as well as you’d like it to, it can ruin your day. The good news is if you call us, you won’t have to cancel your plans or sacrifice your activities, as we will acccomodate your schedule and one of our technicians will be at your door when it is convenient for you. We even offer same-day appointments 7 days a week 365 days a year at no extra charge. All of the technicians at Sunny Appliance Repair thrive to make the experience of getting your appliances up and running as painless and quick for you as possible.
We offer appliance repair at competitive prices in San Francisco Bay Area, including the following counties:
Contra Costa Country
Santa Clara County
San Mateo County
The coin slider got stuck and it would not go back to its initial position, no matter how much force was put into trying to move it back. Once our tech removed the coin slider, he found a quarter (that barely even looked like a coin because it was completely deformed) that got stuck and was not letting the coin slider move back. Once the coin was removed, the slider would go in and out of its slot with no problems and the tenants could do their laundry again.
The same customer whom we helped with his heater a month ago, contacted us again saying that the heater wasn’t working again. The Safety vent limit switch would not go back to its initial position after it has been cooled down. It wasn’t a big issue, luckily, and was fixed within a day by replacing old thermostat with AT Series Adjustable Thermostat.
We got an emergency call from a customer who after returning home from a short vacation found all the food in the fridge spoiled because of the non-working fridge. Our tech removed the back cover to check the compressor - it was cold. The inverter board WR49X10283 was getting 120VAC and floating power from 0 VAC to 3.6VAC from signal wire from main control board. From the inverter board WR49X10283, however, the compressor was not getting 230VAC, 150Hz. This was a sign that the inverter board WR49X10283 was defective. Since all the fans were working properly, the control board was not causing any issues so the only option was replacing the inverter board WR49X10283. Once this was done, the compressor started working again and the fridge started cooling.