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All major brands serviced, Borden Appliance Repair is a company, located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, that offers professional appliance repair servicing Pottstown, Boyertown, Collegeville, Douglassville, Gilbertsville, Green Lane, Royersford, Limerick, Schwenksville, Spring City, Harleysville, Phoenixville, PA and the Surrounding Areas. Our Certified Technicians Repair All Major Brands of Gas and Electric Appliances.

Providing fast, reliable, appliance repair on all Refrigerators, Freezers, Dryers, Washers, Dishwashers, Ovens, Ranges, and Icemakers. Our work is guaranteed from minor repairs to major overhauls with same day-service and competitive pricing. All Upfront  Pricing Before We Start Your Repair Job! No Hidden Charges.

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Maintenance Calendar             April,2015

Refrigerator frequently asked questions

Yes. However, if you live in a region in which the temperatures drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius), this is not a good idea. Such temperatures could cause the oil in the compressor to thicken, leading to premature compressor failure or other issues. Also, refrigerator/freezer units often won’t keep food frozen when the temperature of the garage drops below 35 degrees Fahrenheit (1.6 Celsius). (Call us, we can help! 610-327-1399)

Keep your freezer as full as you need it to be, as long as the air vents are not blocked. For the most efficient operation, it’s best keep enough food to fill half of the freezer.

Your refrigerator’s thermostat should be set to 36 to 38 degrees Fahrenheit (approximately two degrees Celsius) and your freezer’s thermostat from 0 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit (-18 degrees Celsius).

If your model does not have a thermostat, use a thermometer to check the temperature. Adjust the control as needed.

Usually, yes. You can reverse the doors on most refrigerators. Consult the owner's manual for your refrigerator/freezer for the proper instructions. If you no longer have the manual, enter your model number in the search field at the top of this page to see if it’s available for purchase on our site. (Call us, we can help! 610-327-1399)

It is illegal to send a refrigerator to a landfill without first removing the refrigerant, due to environmental and safety issues. Only licensed professionals can do this procedure. Contact your local municipality for more information. Many offer services to pick up refrigerators and properly dispose of them – for a nominal fee. If your local municipality does not offer such a service, contact a reliable, local appliance repair company and inquire about such services. Be sure to ask for a valid license and a certificate of compliance.

If your refrigerator has condenser coils (large black, grid or radiator-like coils) on the back, you should leave at least one inch (two and a half centimeters) of space between the coils and the wall to avoid "building-in" the appliance. If the coils are located beneath the refrigerator, you may push the unit all the way to the wall.

No, because there several component, internal wiring and design differences.

Usually. If there is room in your unit for an additional shelf, and the necessary hardware in the walls and/or ceiling, you can add a shelf. Enter your refrigerator’s model number here to find a shelf for your refrigerator.

Yes. The freezer temperature increases by about 20 degrees during the defrost cycle. This is normal and doesn't affect the quality of the food in your freezer.

Freezer burn is a common problem caused by food packaging. Food dehydrates due to exposure to the air in the freezer. Standard supermarket packaging for many foods is not designed to prevent dehydration. If you intend to store food in your freezer for more than a few days, you should place the food in airtight containers or zippered plastic bags specifically made for food preservation and freezer storage. It is absolutely safe to cook or eat freezer-burned food. However, most people find that the dehydration process destroys the food’s taste and texture. Dehydrated meat is said to be tough and tasteless after cooking.

 

The average life of a refrigerator is 14 to 17 years. Some last many more years, others many fewer. Proper maintenance will positively impact the life of your refrigerator.