The outside fan motor on your air conditioning system is responsible for transferring heat from your home to the outside air. If that fan doesn’t run, proper heat transfer is not taking place and the A/C compressor may overheat, tripping the safety overload. We hear at All Appliance parts of Sarasota & Bradenton stock a wide…Details
The most important maintenance task that will ensure the efficiency of your air conditioner is to routinely replace or clean its filters. Clogged, dirty filters block normal airflow and reduce a system’s efficiency significantly. With normal airflow obstructed, air that bypasses the filter may carry dirt directly into the evaporator coil and impair…Details
If your oven’s bake/broiler igniter glows red and not bright yellow or white, it is probably because it is too weak. When this happens, a safety valve will not let gas out into the oven burner. To repair this, the ignitor must be replaced.
We recognize that children have a knack for finding ways to break even the most durable things. When your child has tested the limits of what your refrigerator shelves can withstand, we’re always here to help you get the replacement shelves you need.
Did you know that as a refrigerator ages, the door seal becomes inflexible, shrinks, warps, or cracks? This causes the internal temperature to rise so the refrigerator has to work harder and is less efficient. In this case, replacing the door seal will be your best bet.
An important thing to think about when using aftermarket or universal appliance parts is the appliance warranty. Using these parts will often void the warranty of the appliance. However, this isn’t a problem if the warranty’s already expired and OEM parts are no longer available.
If you’re the type of person who enjoys solving problems and working with their hands, you may find that you can save quite a bit of money when you make your own appliance repairs. When you’re ready to get started, we’ve got the parts you’ll need.
When replacing parts on any appliance, always make sure the unit is unplugged (even gas appliances use electricity). Failing to do this can result in severe electrical shock, or ignition of flammable gases. If working on a gas unit, shut off the gas as well.
Most appliances have a life expectancy. However, in many cases, that simply refers to a key part or component, not the entire unit. When an appliance stops working, replace what is broken or damaged, not the entire item.