Los Angeles Appliance Repair and Service
If you have a problem with your home or business appliance and
are located in Los Angeles county, you may need professional appliance
repair help. We are available for all your appliance needs and are
open 24 hours, seven days a week. Our dispatchers are also available
24 hours, seven days a week and there is no extra charge for appliance
repair on the weekends or evenings.
If you need help anywhere in Los Angeles County, call our toll free
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you
We repair and service the following appliance, heating and air
O'Keefe and Merritt
Gaffers and Sattler
And many more see the all
the appliance brands we service
We are fully insured and bonded. Our technicians are professionally
trained and certified to provide 100% satisfaction guarantee appliance
repair service. Our service call is Free with a repair this is the
lowest offer in all of the Los Angeles area. Our services cover
the following areas
To schedule your appointment for Los Angeles appliance repair call
us or send us an email at email@example.com
. Please include your name, phone number and problem that
you are having with your appliance. We will contact you within the
60 min. of receiving the email to schedule your appointment for
Los Angeles appliance repair.
Diagnostics and servicing and repair, whether on a small appliance,
large appliance such as (REFRIGERATOR , HEATING , AIR CONDITIONING
, WASHER , DRYER , DISHWASHER , STOVE , OVEN , MICROWAVE , DISPOSAL
) is always about the same. It's a basic 1-2-3-4-5 approach.
1. Diagnose-Test the appliance to see what is wrong. Through this,
we find the general symptoms (what is working and what isn't).
2. Pinpoint-Isolate the problem to the particular part that causes
the trouble with your appliance.
3. Provide written estimate for your appliance repair.
4. Repair/Replace-after we've located the specific cause of the
problem, we repair or replace the bad part(s) and put the appliance
back into service.
5. Stay behind our appliance repair work
As always you can find more information about your appliance
problem on any of the following pages:
We always guarantee our work. Also all the parts we use are
brand new and come with the manufacturer's warranty. Our service
call is free with the repair, and is the lowest in Los Angeles area.
Our coverage areas include the most of Los Angeles County:
View the full list of the zip
codes responding for Los Angeles appliance and air conditioning
Safety tips from Los Angeles appliance repair
Safety of the appliance: all that is really needed is common sense.
If the appliance you are lifting is heavy, protect yourself and
the appliance by getting help. Even then, be sure that you and your
partner are using the proper lifting technique. Lift with the legs
and not with the back. If you're bent over, you're not doing it
right. The correct motion is an almost straight up-down motion,
with the force being supplied by your legs.
If you feel the appliance slipping from your grip, don't be too
proud to admit to it (immediately!) and set the appliance down again
for a better grip, or a rest, or to simply abandon the attempt until
even more help can be secured.
All wall outlets, light switches, and overhead and wall light fixtures
are mounted in small metal or plastic boxes called electrical cases.
These boxes are screwed or nailed to the studs or framework of the
house, and then the outlet, switch, or light fixture is mounted
over the case. The exposed (stripped of insulation) wire is wrapped
around screw taps or solder connections, providing an electrical
path to the outlet. Over periods of months and years, the outlet
boxes become filled with dust. Some dust particles are flammable,
as well as conductive. When an appliance is plugged in or out or
a switch turned on or off, there can be a slight electrical spark
when current first reaches the contact. This is caused when the
contact is slightly corroded or otherwise not as solid as it should
be. The spark that results is the number one cause of household
fires in the United States. The most frequent occurrence is when
an iron or a space heater, drawing heavy current, is pulled from
a wall outlet or plugged into an outlet while the appliance is on.
A spark naturally occurs when electricity jumps to the circuit being
completed or opened by insertion or withdrawal of the plug.
Never plug an appliance in or remove a wall plug unless the power
switch for that appliance has been turned to the off position. And
it's a good habit once a year to remove all plastic wall plates
covering outlets, switches and fixtures. Carefully use a plastic
(insulated) extension on a vacuum cleaner to dust out the outlet
boxes. If the vacuum attachment won't reach into the small areas,
blow hard to get loose dust out, or use a small air compressor to
blow out the dirt and grime.
Most modern appliances require little or no maintenance. With some
disassembly required for internal maintenance isn't worth the risks.
However, there are some things that you can do to increase the lenght
life of your appliance, while reducing the number of times that
you have to call in the for appliance repair or replace the appliance.
Most of it is common sense, and proper cleanliness. It doesn't require
a lot of time or effort. And for that slight investment, you can
safe the life of your appliances while cutting the costs to keep
your appliances running perfectly. There is no better way to repair
an appliance other than to keep it from breaking down in the first
Start thinking of preventive maintenance even as you are making
the purchase. Will the appliance do the job? Does it have the features
you need? Will it fit? Is it compatible with the wiring in your
home? This involves some careful shopping on your part, and even
a few measurements and calculations.
WILL IT DO THE JOB?
The most common for a new purchaser to expect an appliance to do
something it can't. This both causes disappointment for the owner,
and could tempt owner to use the appliance in a situation where
it could be damaged. This is the first problem. The appliance you
buy should be capable of doing what you want it to do. And you shouldn't
try to get it to do it what isn't designed to handle. The more complex
the appliance, the more likely it is that some things will go wrong
sooner or later.
For more appliance repair information, please browse the pages
specifically designed to help you with your appliance needs.