This customer’s Nu-Vu UB-5/10 Bread Oven stopped working. At first glance, everything seemed to be working fine, but with a more thorough check the tech noticed that the control board was not getting 208V power. He had to pull up the the whole power supply diagram before doing any further work. Once he was familiar with that, he started checking the wires and was finally able to find the disconnection and fix it. Most likely, one of the wires was simply defective.
Another customer called us on one of the coldest days of the year because the pilot light on his furnace was not lighting up. But once our technician knocked on the ignition module with a screwdriver a few times, the pilot light lit up. This was a sign of failing ignition module. Replacing the ignition module of Lenox 30W33 furnace helped fix the problem.
This is the same customer from last month with his Carrier XL80 furnace. Last time, our tech replaced the control board and pressure switch but just a month later the customer called again, although with a different problem this time - his Carrier furnace’s blower fan motor was not starting. It turned out that the start capacitor for 5mF had failed and had to be replaced. Sometimes it takes a few visits and multiple repairs to get an appliance running perfectly again.
Another customer’s Frigidaire fridge stopped cooling. Before our technician arrived, the customer cleaned the back of the fridge but it did not help fix the issue. Our tech was able to determine that the start relay in the compressor was bumed. Once he replaced the start relay, the compressor started running and the fridge was cooling again. The customer also said that the water flow wasn’t strong enough from the water dispenser. Our tech, after checking the pressure from water inlet, recommended to replace the water filter.
Although one of out techs seemed to have fixed the two fireplaces for this customer, they stopped working again after only a couple of weeks. Our tech went back to check on the fireplaces, and the issue was the same again: spiders had blocked the gas valve with spider webs which stopped gas from flowing freely. He cleaned the gas valve again, and showed the customer how to clean the valves as well in case the same issue happens again
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Most Common Reasons Why Your Oven Might Be Making Noises.
Not every time that our appliance makes noises we need to worry.
And not every surprising noise is a big deal. For example, if you have a gas oven and it makes a hissing sound, it is just the gas releasing that will be ignited.
The noises of the oven can be connected with different reasons.
Its important to understand the reason for the noise.
Convection ovens often make noises, and in most cases, this is generally due to the way their impeller fans work.
When the impeller fan is the problem, the good news is that it is generally not a problem with the fan – it just needs to be cleaned.
If you do not have a convection oven but are seeing the same symptoms as described above, it could be an issue with the cooling fan. If you hear screeching, grinding, or squeaking noise – but only when you shut off the oven – it could be due to a dirty cooling fan.
Purchasing an appliance is considered a costly investment and we try to do our best to maintain it right and keep it in working condition as long as possible.
We try to give some tips for helping our customers fix minor problems themselves and properly maintain the appliance. Keep It Clean!
Accumulation of debris in the lint trap can cause the machine to overheat, but that lint can catch fire, so you need to be very careful. Clean the lint trap after every cycle and make sure you check the pipes in a while and vacuum them if necessary. Checki For Damaged Equipment
Run your hand around the edges of the door when the dryer is working. If you feel a lot of hot air coming out, you may be dealing with a damaged door gasket, which prevents the door from closing properly. Don’t Overload It
Thinking that the last pair of jeans you stick in won’t have any effect on your dryer? Think again. Overloading your dryer can prevent the clothes from drying properly and can also damage the rotating mechanism. When in doubt, you should do two drying cycles and split your clothes in two.
Sunny Appliance Repair provides professional appliance and refrigerator repair in Bay Area( San Francisco, Fremont, Palo Alto, Sacramento, etc.). We know that appliances breaking down is never convenient, which is why we provide same day repair services to ensure that your appliances are back up and running in no time.Our licensed and certified professionals are available 7 days a week. When you need to repair your refrigerator, get in touch with us by giving us a call, or booking an appointment online! We service all major brands of refrigerators and freezers like Viking, Subzero, Maytag, Samsung, GE and all others. As a Sub Zero refrigerator repair specialist, our technicians carry an extensive range of parts and would expect to fix your Built-in Refrigerator, French Door Or Side-by-Side fridge on the first visit. All our appliance repairs are carried out by experienced technicians using high-quality appliance parts from trusted suppliers. Most parts are reasonably priced and if it does need an expensive part you are not obliged to have the repair carried out and at least you will know it is time for a new one. Sometimes, all your fridge needs is a thorough cleaning. Other times, the issue may be more complex where we need to look into the motor or compressor. On top of that, we make sure you get excellent customer service by encouraging our representatives to stay current on best practices. We are carefully prepared, making sure that health and well-being of all individuals working here are protected in the best possible way. All our technicians have been provided with the necessary equipment to fulfill work duties. During this hard time of pandemic our technicians always wear masks, gloves and glasses during their visits.