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    GE Appliance Repair


    ASP Engineering specializes in GE brand appliance repairs in Los Angeles. Whether you’re having trouble with your washer, oven, stove, refrigerator, or dryer, we have the knowledge and expertise to help. With our team of experienced technicians and certified parts, we guarantee a reliable and quality repair job. From regular preventive maintenance to emergency services for malfunctioning equipment, ASP Engineering provides custom solutions for any appliance-related problem you may have.
    Our team follows a detailed process that includes full diagnosis of whatever problem is at hand. From there we will explain the issue and provide a cost-effective solution with an estimate of labor and parts required.

    Fix Your GE Monogram Refrigerator

    Are you having trouble with your GE Monogram refrigerator? If so, you’re not alone! Many people find that their refrigerator is not cooling or there are other common issues. Fortunately, troubleshooting and fixing your GE Monogram refrigerator doesn’t have to be difficult. Here we will share some of the most common problems and how to fix them.

    Problem 1: Not Cooling Properly

    If you find that your food isn’t staying cold enough in your GE Monogram refrigerator, the first thing to check is the temperature setting on the control panel. The optimal temperature setting is typically between 35°F – 38°F for refrigerators, and 0°F – 5°F for freezers. If the temperature is set too low, it could cause frost buildup on food items which would prevent proper cooling. If this doesn’t solve the issue, it could be a problem with the condenser coils being blocked or dirty. Make sure to clean them regularly according to manufacturer instructions using a vacuum or brush attachment. If this still does not resolve the issue, contact ASP Engineering for further diagnosis and repair services as soon as possible.

    Problem 2: Leaking Water

    If you notice water pooling around your refrigerator or freezer floor, this could indicate a shortage within the water supply line or an incorrect level of water pressure coming into your unit. To avoid any further damages such as flooding, it’s recommended you contact us immediately so we can diagnose and repair any underlying issues causing the leak.

    Problem 3: Odor Coming From Unit

    Odors can be quite unpleasant coming from refrigerators and freezers; however luckily there are some simple fixes to eliminate these odors as soon as possible. Depending on what type of odor you have coming out of your unit can determine what kind of cleaning solution should be used (i.e baking soda). First start by unplugging the unit then wipe down any shelves with a damp cloth followed by sprinkling baking soda along any interior surfaces including inside drawers or compartments if needed then let sit for 2-3 hours before plugging back in again and turning on power mode (if applicable). For more stubborn odors use a 1/4 cup of vinegar mixed into one gallon of warm water then use a damp cloth to wipe down all surfaces again before plugging back in and using power mode (if applicable). Both solutions are safe ways of disinfecting while eliminating any odors associated with spoiled food items that may have been forgotten about over time.

    Hopefully these tips will help fix common problems associated with GE Monogram refrigerators

    Trouble with Your GE Refrigerator Compressor?

    Having trouble with the compressor in your refrigerator or freezer? It’s a common problem, and fortunately there are some easy fixes that you can do yourself at home. In this article, we’ll explore the signs of a faulty compressor and provide simple steps to help troubleshoot the issue.

    Signs of a Faulty Compressor

    One of the most common signs that your refrigerator or freezer’s compressor is not functioning properly is noise. A loud clicking sound, buzzing, or excessive hum could indicate an issue with your compressor. You may also notice that the unit is having difficulty maintaining temperature control and that food inside isn’t staying cool enough. This could be due to a lack of airflow caused by improper alignment of internal components or other motor issues within the compressor itself.

    Troubleshooting Tips for Your Compressor

    If you suspect something is wrong with your compressor, there are several things you can try before calling a repair service:

    • Check if the power cord is unplugged from the wall socket and make sure it’s firmly connected.
    • Clean or vacuum away any dust buildup on interior components such as fan blades or coils.
    • Make sure all door seals are airtight and check for any damage or gaps in insulation around your refrigerator’s walls.
    • Inspect the condenser coils on the backside of the unit if applicable and make sure they are clean, dust-free and not blocked by any items near them (i.e cardboard, newspapers).

    If all else fails, contact an ASP Engineering technician who specializes in repairing large kitchen appliances such as refrigerators/freezers so we can diagnose the specific issue causing your compressor not to work correctly and recommend further repair services as needed.