All refrigerators, from the high tech ones to a small mini-fridge to a wine cooler basically use the same type of setup to keep cold things cold. They all have a refrigerator sealed system made up of a compressor, condenser, evaporator, capillary tube, and a suction line.
Far more people experience food poisoning every year and then become victims of refrigerant poisoning. Perhaps the biggest reason you shouldn’t put off scheduling a refrigerator repair is the need to keep groceries at the correct temperature.
The FDA estimates there are around 48 million people who get sick from food borne illnesses every year. Food poisoning happens when infectious organisms like bacteria, viruses, and parasites get on food and multiply, then people ingest them.
One of the best ways to prevent and control the spread of those organisms is to keep food cold while you store it. Health officials recommend putting food in the refrigerator within two hours of receiving it and quickly chilling it to 3 C or below. Keep frozen foods at -18 C.
If your food can’t stay cold because you need refrigerator sealed system repairs, it goes bad faster, and eating it could make you sick. Minimize the risk by calling for our expert repair services.
Signs You Might Need Refrigerator Sealed System Repair
When a refrigerator needs sealed system repairs, often it’s because there’s a leak or malfunction within the system that makes it harder for the refrigerator to do its job. Watch for these signs your refrigerator is leaking refrigerant or has another problem with one of the components that make up your system
A refrigerator "sealed system" is also referred to as the cooling system.
If your refrigerator isn’t cooling, you’re probably already wondering if it’s worth the hassle to call an appliance repair tech. You don’t want someone who wastes your time and money on trial and error. That’s one of the best reasons to hire a company that comes with more than 6 years of experience and the right tools to do the job. Our appliance techs are trained to use sophisticated equipment to give a definitive diagnosis of any refrigerator sealed system failure that exists. That takes paying close attention to details, gathering the right readouts, and often the ability to braze copper.
You might see an appliance sale advertised and wonder if you’d be better off fixing your old refrigerator or just buying a new one. That’s a good question, and one we often help customers evaluate. The answer in your situation depends on a number of repair vs. replacement factors: