Samsung Refrigerator Repair

The South Korean based company, Samsung, makes some quality home appliances. A lot of people love Samsung refrigerators, washers, and dryers. They also do a pretty good job with ranges and wall ovens. But as great as they are, like all appliances, they need repairs over time. If you’re in need of Samsung appliance repair in the St. Louis Metro area, we can help. We’re very familiar with Samsung parts and repairs. Let’s take a look at some common Samsung refrigerator repairs that might help you solve your issue.

Samsung Refrigerator Leaking Water

There’s a number of things that can go wrong with a refrigerator. One of the most annoying problems is when your Samsung refrigerator is leaking water. A common cause for refrigerator water leaks is a clogged or freezing defrost drain. If the defrost drain is frozen, the water will overflow the drain trough and drip down to the bottom of the compartment. Eventually, you’ll find it on the floor. If you’re not a DIYer, this issue is an easy fix for any experienced appliance repair company.

Samsung Refrigerator is Freezing Food

If your temperature control thermostat is not working properly, it may cause the refrigerant system to run longer than it should. The result is a refrigerator that is too cold. A good test is to rotate the thermostat from the lowest setting to the highest setting and listen for a click. If the thermostat clicks, it’s likely okay. If it doesn’t click, a multimeter should be used to test for continuity.

Samsung Refrigerator Won’t Stop Running

If your refrigerator continually runs, the first things we look at is your condenser coils. Their job is to dissipate heat from the refrigerator as refrigerant passes through them. If debris or dust builds up on the coils, your refrigerator will have to work harder to remove the heat. If the coils are extremely dirty, your refrigerator will run constantly.

Need Samsung Appliance Repair in St. Louis?

If you live in the St. Louis Metro area, or surrounding areas, and have a Samsung appliance that isn’t’ working, you may be able to repair it and get some more years out of it. The number of issues that can affect an appliance is more than most people imagine. A good deal of them are small repairs that bring your appliance back to life. Some of the bigger repairs are still cost-effective when you consider the cost of buying a new appliance. We work with all major appliance brands and keep our parts warehouses stocked with nearly any part you’ll need. Give us a call, and we’d be happy to answer your questions.

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