Refrigerator Repair Service

GFY Appliance Repair specializes in refrigerator repair for most major brands including Whirlpool, Maytag, Amana, KitchenAid, LG, Samsung, GE, Frigidaire, Electrolux, and more! We are a family owned business striving to provide the Atlanta Metro community with the friendliest and most honest refrigerator repair service around.

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Refrigerator Repair Service Pledge

We know that a broken refrigerator means that your food could spoil. That’s why your refrigerator repair is our priority.

If we don’t have the part needed to fix your refrigerator on the first trip, we can get the part within 24-48 hours when supplies are available.

Our technicians guarantee their refrigerator repair with a 1-Year Warranty on all complete repairs.

Our motto is to leave the workspace cleaner than when we arrived. That means wiping down any fingerprints and returning items to their rightful place.

GFY Appliance Repair technicians are from your area, so you’ll receive the type of service you’d expect from a neighbor.

Atlanta Metro Refrigerator Repair Services

We fix your refrigerator repair problems at an affordable cost. Prompt, friendly service guaranteed! We solve a wide range of refrigerator repair problems including:

Residential Refrigerator Repair

What a bummer! You open your refrigerator door and it’s room-temperature inside. Now what?

Now you call GFY Appliance Repair!

Our expert refrigerator repair techs service a wide range of refrigerator repair problems for most major brands including Whirlpool, Amana, KitchenAid, Maytag, LG, Samsung, Electrolux, Frigidaire, and more.

French Door Refrigerators

We’re up-to-date with all the latest refrigerator technology including recent innovations for french door models, 3-Door configurations, and built-in refrigerators.

Top & Bottom Freezers

No matter where your freezer is located, we’ve got you covered. From standard top freezer models to the newer bottom freezer drawers, GFY can get it fixed fast.

Side-By-Side Refrigerators

GFY Appliance Repair can service all side-by-side refrigerator repair problems including no cool, noise, leaking, and ice maker issues.

Common LG Refrigerator Problems

If your LG refrigerator is warm on the inside, you need to quickly get to the root of the problem to avoid costly food spoilage. Trust the experienced LG refrigerator repair technicians at GFY Appliance Repair to get you back up and running in record time. Before we talk any more about your refrigerator repair, here are a couple of tricks that may save you on a service call.
Good air circulation is crucial for the proper cooling of your LG refrigerator. Check for these common issues:

Faulty or Obstructed Fan

The fans in your LG refrigerator circulate cold air and are essential in keeping your entire refrigerator cool. A broken or obstructed fan can lead to warm temperatures in your refrigerator or freezer.

Dirty Condenser Coils

A buildup of dust and debris on the condenser is one of the most common causes of cooling issues. Regularly cleaning the condenser coils can help your model cool more efficiently.

Damaged Door Seal

A loose, torn, or dirty door seal can leave your refrigerator door unable to seal properly, allowing cold air escape. An LG refrigerator not cooling may require a door seal replacement.

Sealed System Issue

A defective compressor, evaporator, or condenser will leave your LG refrigerator unable to cool properly. These components work together to ensure your refrigerator stays cold.
If your LG refrigerator is loud, it can disrupt your entire household. Follow these steps to determine the cause of this frustrating refrigerator malfunction.

Compressor Damage

Your LG refrigerator compressor can wear out over time, causing more noise than normal. If your compressor is making abnormal sounds, it may also be a sign that it requires service.

Broken Fan Motor

The condenser and evaporator fan motors are known to make loud noises when they begin to fail. Oftentimes, this sound will grow louder when you open your refrigerator door. Call an experienced technician to inspect the unit for defects.

Water Inlet Valve Clog

If you are hearing noises while using the ice maker or water dispenser, the water inlet valve may be restricted by debris. This valve supplies water to the ice maker and dispenser.

Fan Blade Obstruction

The evaporator and condenser fans can be blocked by debris caught inside. This can lead to loud noises. You can confirm this by turning the fan blades by hand to see if they move freely.
If your LG refrigerator ice maker isn’t making ice, one of these problems may be the cause:

Ice Maker Switch Off

It’s possible that your LG ice maker switch was turned off by accident. If the ice maker switch is turned on, but the ice maker still isn’t working, it may be defective. Use a multimeter to test the ice maker switch for continuity.

Freezer Temp Above 10°F

The freezer temperature must remain below 10°F for your refrigerator ice maker to work properly. Check the temperature of your freezer to ensure that it’s cold enough for ice production.

Clogged Water Filter

Your LG refrigerator ice maker is connected to a water filter. If the water filter gets clogged, water won’t be able to pass through the filter. If your ice maker is not working, try replacing the water filter.

Low Water Pressure

If the water pressure in your home is too low, your LG ice maker will not be able to function. Check the water flow and test the pressure to ensure that it is at least 20 psi before calling a service technician.
Your LG refrigerator comes equipped with a nifty alarm that makes a beeping sound if you leave the door open for more than 30 seconds. If your LG refrigerator keeps beeping, this feature may quickly become a nuisance. Here are a few simple steps to fix this pervasive problem.

Step 1.

Locate the control panel on the front of your refrigerator.

Step 2.

View the control panel and locate the “Alarm/Lock” button on the far-right side of the control panel.

Step 3.

Press the “Alarm/Lock” button on the control panel one time to turn off the door alarm beep.

Step 4.

Press the “Alarm/Lock” button once more to turn the alarm feature back on.