"We Keep Your Food Cold - Clothes Dry - Ice Frozen - Refrigerator Running - Washer Washing - Stove Burnin' - Oven Heating and more!"
Our Name Says It All: We "GOFAR" to service and repair your appliance!!!
Houston: 713-681-4343 | Katy: 713-681-4344
UPDATE: For more tips on fixing your appliance please visit our new "XYZ Do It Yourself Guide"
Please never attempt to fix, repair or service your refrigerator or appliance on your own. You can be seriously injured. We offer appliance and refrigerator repair services by a trained professional. We will however provide some "do it yourself" tips below for common refrigerator and repair problems that do not require replacement parts.
At GOFAR Services, LLC we strive to make our customers completely satisfied. All of our refrigerator and appliance repair technicians are highly skilled/trained professionals who pride themselves in fixing appliances. We provide a "One Year Warranty" on all parts and labor. On some refrigerator repair jobs where compressors are replaced an extended warranty may be purchased in addition to the "One Year Warranty". Ask for details! GOFAR Services, LLC technicians service and repair refrigerators all over Housont, TX | Katy, TX | Spring, TX | Woodlands, TX | Tomball, TX and more! When an appointment has been made to repair your refrigerator or washer dryer etc., our technicians will give a courtesy call approximately 30 minutes before they arrive. Have multiple appliance's that need repair? No problem! We can diagnose several appliance problems at no additional charge!
Do you know what a mullion is? It is the "wall that contains heaters" that separates the "refrigerator" from the "freezer". The mullion can become very hot to the touch, so much so that you can barely keep your hand on it. If the mullion on your refrigerator is warm or getting hotter you may need to check the condenser coils. The condenser coils on your refrigerator are usually located behind the refrigerator next to the compressor. The coils on the refrigerator can usually be accessed by removing the "kick plate" or "grill" on the front bottom of the refrigerator. Once "kick plate" is removed from the refrigerator you should be able to see the the coils that are covered in lint and dust. You can easily clean the coils by using a vacuum hose to suck out all the lint from the refrigerator coils. Note: Unplug the refrigerator first! Be careful not to puncture the coils. Doing so will result in freon leaking out of the sealed system and the refrigerator will then require expensive repairs. On GE refrigerators coils can be found behind the refrigerator and behind the bottom access panel (A tooth brush works PERFECT for cleaning the coils on GE refrigerators!). If cleaning your coils on your refrigerator does not fix your problem you may need to have your appliance repaired or serviced by a professional.
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