Appliance Repair Lino Lakes Minnesota

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

We serviced a
FRIGIDAIRE DISHWASHER
Model FGID2476SF7A
Near Lino Lakes, MN 55038
Hyrum
Job Details: 04/08/2024
Customer states that they are not getting good wash performance from the machine. Upon arrival opened it up and discovered that the ports on the spray arms were very very clogged up. Discovered that the filter had not been installed correctly and instructed customer on how to reinstall the filter. Went ahead and replaced the lower wash arm and cleaned out the upper wash arm for customer. Tested and it worked great.
We serviced a
WHIRLPOOL WASHER
Model WTW5057LW0
Near Lino Lakes, MN 55014
Hyrum
Job Details: 03/07/2024
Customer states the washer does not drain. Tried to start machine and confirm that it would not drain. Inspected the drain pump and discovered a broken wire. Replace terminals on the end of the wire and reconnected to the drain pump. Tested and everything works now and it looks great.
We serviced a
LG REFRIGERATOR
Model LMXC23796S/00
Near Lino Lakes, MN 55038
Phillip
Job Details: 06/23/2023
The fresh food fan was loud after the unit was turned off and then turned back on again. Most likely the moisture around the fan damaged the bearing. Today I replaced the fresh food fan.
We serviced a
LG REFRIGERATOR
Model LMXC23796S/00
Near Lino Lakes, MN 55038
Phillip
Job Details: 06/14/2023
The customer said 2 hours after I left they got the e rf error code on the display. They said its cooling. They reset power and it came back. It happen about 4 times. He said it has not happened sines 4 oclock yesterday. The rf error is the fresh food fan not working. Today it was working fine. The fan does make a rubbing sound and a couple times it delayed turning back on but it does come on. I gave the customer a quote of 243.12 for replacing the fan. The customer wants to wait and see if it happens again. I created a estimate. ; states that autho needed
We serviced a
LG REFRIGERATOR
Model LMXC23796S/00
Near Lino Lakes, MN 55038
Phillip
Job Details: 06/12/2023
The customer said the whole unit stopped cooling quickly. The refrigerator was unplugged when I arrived. I pulled the unit out and plugged it back in. I took the low side and high side pressure. The low side with the compressor on was 55 psi and the high side was about the same. I unplugged the unit and the low side pressure did not change. I plugged it back in so the 3 way valve went back to home position. I replaced the compressor and filter drier. I added nitrogen until the pressure was up to 200 psi. I checked for leaks by listening and applying soap to all the joints. I found no leaks. I then purged the system and pulled a vacuum for 15 minutes. I updated the main board with the tool. I recharged the fridge with 4.7 ounces. I told the customer to give it 6-8 hours to cool and 24 hours before they pack it full again.