Appliance Repair Fridley Minnesota

Omega Force Appliance Repair Rated out of 5 stars based on 0 customer reviews

We serviced a
WHIRLPOOL DRYER
Model WGD9750WL1
Near Fridley, MN 55432
Phillip
Job Details: 01/30/2023
"The customer complaint is the dryer is loud and theres a burning smell. I found the idler pulley and rear right rollers were bad. I replaced the rear roller and idler pulley. I cleaned up the loose lint in the dryer. I shortened the dryer duct. The dryer sounds good. I used a wire wheel and brushed the rear supply vent cover. ; used 1 279640 (ROLLER), and 1 WPW10314173DNS (ROLLER - USE349241T) from stock"
We serviced a
LG WASHER
Model WT7300CW
Near Fridley, MN 55421
Nate
Job Details: 12/08/2022
"Not draining. I sucked 20 gallons of water out and took apart drain pump. The impeller on the pump is broken off, and a metal collar stop was stuck in pump. Quoted for new pump. Ordered from Dey. Coming back Monday to install. See attached quote. ; ordrd 1 AHA75673401 (Drain pump)"
We serviced a
LG DISHWASHER
Model LDP6797BD
Near Fridley, MN 55432
Nate
Job Details: 11/10/2022
Dishwasher dead. Main PCB has solid red light. This means the board is getting 120 and transformer is sending correct DC voltage to user interface. User interface getting 12 vdc. quoted for parts/labor/trip charge for new user interface.
We serviced a
MAYTAG WASHER TOP LOAD
Model MISSING
Near Fridley, MN 55432
Nate
Job Details: 10/28/2022
"Not draining. Found a sock stuck in drain pump. Wet vacuumed all the water out. Then ran on a normal cycle, it filled, agitated and spun out great. ; (serial indicated as 'NotAvailable' so system created UIS w/pseudo #)"
We serviced a
SAMSUNG REFRIGERATOR
Model RF28K9380SG
Near Fridley, MN 55432
Phillip
Job Details: 10/25/2022
"Customer complaint was water is leaking from the refrigerator. The customer had the refrigerator pulled away but a water line was still hooked up to it. The customer said when they turn the water back on, they found a leak coming from a plastic supply line. The customer had put tape over over the leak, but I still found some water leaking from the back of the refrigerator. The white tube on the back of the fridge had melted and stretched and water was leaking from the fitting. I replaced the 1/4 connector and cut out the bad tubing on the refrigerator. I cut out the spot on the water supply line that was leaking and customer had tapped tape around it, I spliced the water line together with a connector. I checked for leaks and I found no more water leaks. ; used 2 Fitting3 (1/4' JG CONNECTOR) from stock"