KitchenAid Freezer Repair
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KitchenAid freezer repair experts
Sears Home Services is your local industry leader in home appliance repair. If you own a KitchenAid freezer, count on us for unexpected repairs and regular maintenance. Like most major brands, KitchenAid freezers need a little attention as they get older. Our technicians are trained to extend the life of your freezer, prevent failures, and identify appliance repair needs to help it work efficiently.
Sears is an appliance repair company you can count on. With thousands of freezer repairs scheduled every year, the knowledgeable appliance repair experts at Sears Home Services are ready to help you with the KitchenAid service you need.
We help solve common KitchenAid freezer repair issues
The appliance repair experts at Sears Home Services handle KitchenAid freezer repairs for units attached to your refrigerator as well as freestanding freezers. During a service call, we'll work to diagnose your KitchenAid freezer issue, recommend options for maintenance, troubleshoot common issues, and make repairs fast.
Freezer is too warm
Cooling issues in a KitchenAid freezer can be linked to clogged coils, the condenser fan, or failing gaskets. Start by checking if food packaging is blocking the vents. If the cause isn't obvious, count on the experts at Sears Home Services to take a closer look.
Frost is building up
Ice buildup leads to freezer burned foods and reduced energy-efficiency. If you're noticing changes in your KitchenAid freezer's auto-defrost cycle or finding more ice build up than normal, start by checking the temperature settings for your freezer.
If you're not able to identify a cause, the technicians at Sears Home Services can help you troubleshoot. Ice build-up isn't a problem isolated to KitchenAid freezers, and the team is knowledgeable at servicing all major appliances facing this issue.
Strange noises coming from freezer
It's not uncommon for a KitchenAid freezer to make strange sounds from time to time, but if you're concerned, give the technicians at Sears Home Services a phone call so they can help diagnose the issue.
Popping and cracking noises are often caused by the expansion of internal parts. Occasionally, drips hitting the defrost heater might sound like they're sizzling. In some cases, noises can signal a bigger issue, especially if you have an older appliance.
Freezer won't turn on
If a KitchenAid freezer suddenly won't turn on, it isn't always easy to self-diagnose. Check the breakers and fuses in your electrical panel, and if everything looks normal, consider calling us so we can help. Our technicians might find that it's a bad cold control, thermostat control, an issue with the start relay, a bad defrost timer, or a bad compressor.
Scheduling regular appliance service on your KitchenAid freezer helps to ensure that it'll work effectively and efficiently over time. Routine KitchenAid freezer maintenance can also prevent homeowners from costly, unexpected repairs. Count on the experts at Sears Home Services, and they can help you learn more about the Kitchen Appliance Check-up package and Home Warranty options.
Sears home services offers reliable KitchenAid freezer repairs
Your KitchenAid freezer repair experts
Sears Home Services freezer experts are certified in servicing KitchenAid freezers, as well as major appliances from other manufacturers. If you want a regular maintenance plan or need help troubleshooting a major issue, trust that our experienced technicians can help you keep your KitchenAid freezer running well.
All repairs come with a 180-day workmanship guarantee. And, if our technician knows that the problem can't be repaired, all you'll typically pay is an affordable service appointment fee.
Maintenance issues can escalate quickly with many appliances. The certified experts at Sears Home Services are here to help. Flexible scheduling online or over the phone makes it easier for property owners to plan for maintenance or request same-day service.
We know how helpful it is to receive confirmations or changes about service. When you've scheduled a KitchenAid freezer repair appointment, rest assured you'll get all the updates you need about your service via text, email, or phone-whichever you prefer.
Just like HVAC systems and water heaters, appliances are an investment for your home. Warranties and protection plans can help ensure a long lifespan. Protect your KitchenAid freezer or other system by asking your knowledgeable technician about our Home Warranty appliance plans. With a single protection plan, you can get the coverage you need for all of the appliances in your home.
KitchenAid freezer repair FAQ
How much does it cost to repair a KitchenAid freezer?
Costs for freezer repairs can run the gamut. Ice maker repairs are usually inexpensive (less than $100) but larger repairs can cost several hundred dollars. Depending on the extent of the repair and cost of labor, the knowledgeable technicians can also help you understand when it might make sense to buy a replacement freezer.
Is it worth repairing an old KitchenAid freezer?
KitchenAid freezers can last 10-20 years or longer with proper maintenance. Our certified technicians can help determine whether the repair required makes sense based on the age of the appliance.
There's often a tradeoff, but one benefit to replacing your old freezer is that modern appliances are more efficient. The cost of buying a new KitchenAid freezer may be offset by a reduction in your energy bills.
How do you repair a KitchenAid freezer?
KitchenAid freezer repairs are best handled by a certified specialist. They may recommend that the freezer be emptied and defrosted so its accessibility isn't hindered. It's likely that the repair man would pull your KitchenAid freezer away from the wall to troubleshoot any issues and repairs from all angles. The method and time spent making a repair depends on the KitchenAid freezer issue.
Is it worth repairing a KitchenAid freezer with a broken seal?
Broken seals are one of the easiest parts to replace in a KitchenAid freezer. The material itself is cheap, and it doesn't take long to get the job done. If your KitchenAid freezer's only issue is a broken seal, you'll likely be able to get many more years of use out of it with simple maintenance.
What are the benefits of repairing a KitchenAid freezer?
Appliances like freezers can last for a long time. Simple, inexpensive repairs often make sense for KitchenAid freezers. If you can get a few more years of use out of the appliance, you can save space in the landfill and save money, too. Ongoing maintenance is also good for your KitchenAid freezer, so be sure to schedule routine check-ups so that our repair technicians can help catch problems before they cause bigger issues.
Set an appointment for KitchenAid freezer repair
The experts at Sears Home Services are certified specialists for major household appliance repairs across a variety of brands. We bring years of experience to refrigerator repairs, washing machine and dryer repairs, dishwasher repairs, and oven repairs, too.
Whether you own a KitchenAid freezer, microwave, washer, cooktop, or a freezer by another brand, we can help provide routine maintenance services and quality appliance repairs at your home. We stock most appliance parts and tools, so repairs can be made fast.
When it's time, count on us to help you get the appliance repair service you need. Schedule an appointment for KitchenAid freezer repairs today online or over the phone.
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