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April 6, 2018

Here Is A Quick Cure For HVAC Refrigerator In Chicago By Same Day Chicago Refrigeration

— HVAC Repair Chicago IL — Whether you run a restaurant or a school, you know just how important it is to keep your HVAC refrigerator in good working condition. When a problem crops up, it could be costing you money by the minute—which is why you shouldn’t delay in contacting the HVAC repair technicians at  Same Day Chicago Refrigeration. The sooner you give us a call, the sooner we can repair your refrigerator back into shape. We understand your refrigerator can be a lifeline for your business. That is why we are committed to providing you with priority service. We make repairing your appliance our number 1 priority. We are an HVAC Residential & Commercial refrigeration repair company in Chicago, […]
March 13, 2016

Refrigerator Warning Signs

The refrigerator is a fairly simple appliance and many small problems can be tackled by anyone with basic handyman skills. However, the presence of (in most cases, toxic) coolant under pressure and the sensitivity of the system itself mean that certain situations cry out for a more experienced hand. Call the repairman when: + You hear a slight hissing noise and the refrigerator is not cooling as efficiently as it has been. + You feel an oily residue on the floor of the freezer compartment. + An accident results in the condenser coils being damaged. + The appliance is leaking significant amounts of water and you can’t locate the source of the leak. + The outer shell of the refrigerator […]
February 8, 2015

Refrigerator, Fridge, Freezer Problem

Refrigerator, Fridge, Freezer Problem Like other modern appliances, refrigerators have “gone digital,” updating many components with more advanced ones as technological progress continues. Despite these changes, the way refrigerators work has not changed much, except that the coolant is no longer chloro-fluoro-carbons (like Freon) but the new, eco-friendlier HFC (tetrafluoroethane). It would certainly behoove you to read a good article on basic refrigerator operations, as well as the manual and user guide that came with your appliance. When you understand how the machine operates, and are particularly familiar with the specific model sitting in your kitchen (or wherever), you will be much better prepared to notice when things are going awry. Basic observations Without getting into the material that you […]
January 14, 2012

Can I Fix My Refrigerator Myself?

Refrigerators have become increasingly complex over the years, despite operating on the same, simple principles as ever. The basic functions are accomplished by electric motors, compressors, compressed coolant and tubing, all working together to draw the heat from the interior and its contents. It is not the basic components of the fridge’s system that make home repairs problematic. Electric motors are not that complicated, metal tubing is easy to understand and can be replaced or patched – but the controls have changed on some models from familiar dials and switches to digital panels and touch-screen “interfaces.” Old or new? Pre-digital refrigerators are actually quite elementary devices. Any number of good Internet articles can show you how they work, and a […]