Kitchen Appliance Repair in Sandy, West Jordan, and all of Salt Lake County

Restoring Your Kitchen's Functioning Quickly

Are your kitchen appliances malfunctioning? Having trouble getting them repaired can be time-consuming and costly. Fortunately, Mr. Appliance of Salt Lake City offers a fast, reliable, and affordable repair service for all of your household kitchen appliances – from stoves to ovens to refrigerators.

You'll be sure to save money by choosing our experienced technicians who are familiar with repairing all types of advanced kitchen appliances. We guarantee quality workmanship at the most competitive prices in town. Your satisfaction is our top priority!

Contact us today online or call us for more information about how we can help your kitchen appliances back up and running in no time!

Our kitchen appliance experts can restore any of the following appliances for you:

One of the most common problems with refrigerators is that they are not cooling. This could be due to a faulty compressor, thermostat, or even a dirty condenser coil. If your fridge is not cooling, start by cleaning the condenser coil, which is located on the back of the refrigerator. If this doesn't work, you may need to replace the compressor or thermostat.

  • Freezer Repair

If your freezer is not freezing, it could be due to a malfunctioning thermostat or compressor, a blocked air duct, or a faulty defrost system. Try defrosting the freezer first, as this could solve the problem. If the issue persists, check and replace the thermostat, compressor, or the defrost system.

  • Dishwasher Repair

Two common problems with dishwashers include clogged drains and faulty water valves. If your dishwasher is not draining properly, check the drain hose for any blockages or kinks. If the problem persists, you may need to replace the drain pump. If your dishwasher is not filling with water, check the water inlet valve for any signs of damage, and replace if necessary.

One of the most common problems with ovens, stoves, and ranges is that they are not heating properly. This could be due to a faulty heating element, thermostat, or igniter. Start by checking and replacing these components, depending on the make and model of your appliance.

  • Ice Maker Repair

If your ice maker is not making ice, it could be due to a faulty water inlet valve, a clogged water line or filter, or a malfunctioning ice maker module. Check the water line and filter first and replace if necessary. If this doesn't solve the problem, consider replacing the water inlet valve or the ice maker module.

  • Garbage Disposal Repair

If your garbage disposal is jammed, the motor may need to be reset. Simply turn off the power to the unit and unjam it manually. If the motor still fails to start, there may be a short or loose connection, and it may need to be replaced.

  • Microwave Oven Repair

If your microwave is not heating, it could be due to a faulty magnetron, diode, or capacitor. Repair or replacement of these components should only be done by a qualified professional due to the risk of electrical shock.

  • Kitchen Exhaust Fan Repair

A clogged exhaust fan can lead to poor ventilation and a buildup of steam and smoke in your kitchen. Start by cleaning the fan and ductwork, and replace the fan if necessary.

  • Wine Cooler / Refrigerator Repair

A wine cooler that is not cooling properly may be due to a malfunctioning thermostat, compressor, or evaporator fan. Start by cleaning the unit and checking for any blockages or dust buildup. If this does not solve the problem, it may need to be repaired or replaced.

  • Trash Compactor Repair

If your trash compactor is not compacting waste properly, it may be due to a faulty motor or drive gear. Start by checking and replacing these components. If the problem persists, there may be a blockage in the waste chute, which can be removed manually.

  • Outdoor Kitchen Appliance Repair

Outdoor kitchen appliances are often exposed to harsh weather conditions and require regular maintenance. Common problems include faulty burners, clogged fuel lines, and rusty grates. Start by cleaning the appliance thoroughly and inspecting the burners and fuel lines. Replace any worn or rusty parts.

For more information on how we can quickly get your kitchen appliances back up and running, get in touch with us today by contact us today online or call us.

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