I was expecting your technician between 9 to 12 today. I've been home because of this appointment. The unit is currently working, but the purpose of someone coming out is to figure out why it's not working when it is not. I need a lasting solution, not a temporary one, just by switching the circuit breaker. I feel like I don't need to pay a service fee since it's a problem that hasn't been resolved yet.
Yeah, we just called my guy to find out where he is now. He said he won't be able to do it today, but he could do it tomorrow. Our technician has some emergency and didn't let us know so we can find a different person. You don't need to pay a service call fee if there's a problem with the part we install since our warranty is up to 10 years.
My air conditioner does not seem to be cooling, so I turned the thermostat down. Shouldn’t it work better if it is set to a lower temperature?
No, turning the temperature down further will not make it cool any better and may only compound the problem. If your air conditioner does not seem to be cooling, there may be a problem with its operation and a professional should be called to check the system.
I have a Maytag Bravo side-by-side dryer that doesn't seem to be drying completely. It's about a year and a half, so I think it's still under warranty.
We don't offer units under warranty as we offer our warranties. You can try calling the manufacturer to have your unit checked.
How Much It Will Cost To Repair My Appliance?
Experienced technicians know that the only way to accurately determine the cost of fixing an appliance is to diagnose the problem first. This is only possible through an on-site inspection, not over the phone.
I live in Middle Village, and I think I have an issue with my boiler.
I'm sorry, but we don't work with boilers and water heaters. We only do forced air systems and central air systems.
How to fix a leaking refrigerator?
There might be several possible causes if water is dripping inside the refrigerator. Something might block either the freezer drain or the self-defrosting drain mechanism. Unplug the refrigerator first before attempting to fix it if it is leaking. Locate the drain for the defrosted water, then take the drainage pan out. After removing the cover panel, find the drainage channel or tube, and feed it into a bucket to collect any extra water. After that, take off the top part of the drain tube. Using a hairdryer, you may thaw the tube and clear out any ice-caused jams. If there is a physical obstruction, clear the blockage from the pipe using air or a snake.
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