“At D&J Restoration and Appliance Repair, we can take care of any brand and any appliance,” said David. “We are so committed to our customers and giving them the service and repairs that they need that if the parts they need aren’t made, we will make it for them!” he added.
To help their current and future customers, D&J offers these tips for the problems that they come across on a regular basis and how to troubleshoot them:
· There is frost on the back of my freezer and the fridge is getting warm/ the ice maker has stopped working:
o This is normally the defrost timer. Unplug the freezer for an hour or so, plug it back in and it should work until a tech can come repair it.
· My built in oven door is locked/ won’t open:
o This happens after a self-clean cycle. This unit may need a thermal fuse and requires a tech.
· My dryer spins but does not heat up and the dry cycle takes too long:
o Clean the vent line to the wall every few months to prevent this. If that doesn’t work then there may be an issue with a thermal fuse which requires a tech.
· My A/C unit comes on but doesn’t blow cold air:
o Check the larger of the 2 lines outside of the A/C unit should be cool. If the line has ice on it, the system might be low in Freon or have a leak.
D&J Restoration and Appliance Repair employs the very best professionals to take care of all of these issues, and will provide their customers with the best service around. For more information on D&J visit their new video store from Cinsay: http://mycinsay.com/