El Paso, TX AC, Heating and Appliance
El Paso, TX Appliance Repair is ready for your call anytime 24/7. If you require immediate help for your major appliances, ac or heating systems, you can depend on our professional service. We provide same day service in the El Paso, TX and all the surrounding areas. We repair all models and brands of major appliances such a refrigerators, washers, dryers, ovens, stoves, dishwashers, air conditioning and heating systems. Our service call is always Free with the repair and we don't apply an extra charge for nights, weekends or holiday appointments. Our appliance repair technicians are professionally trained and experienced to provide you with 100 % satisfaction guarantee service. You also pay the lowest price for repairs to your appliance, air conditioning, or heating system and we back up all our repair estimates with a low-price guarantee policy protection.
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Please note: We Don't work on Microwaves and we Don't Sell Parts and Buy or Sell Used Appliances.
We don’t work on small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc.
We service and repair all appliances, air conditioning and heating
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You can schedule your same day El Paso, TX appliance appointment simply by calling us at:
Or via email. Please include your name, phone number and brief explanation of the issue you are experiencing with your major appliance. As soon as we receive the email we will notify you to schedule your appointment for El Paso, TX Appliance Repair.
Our Appliance, AC and Heating repair areas
include all of El Paso, TX and the surrounding areas:
Fuentes Los Nogales
Rancho Palo Chino
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Text below is to help you how you can extend the life of your appliances and how to use them in the most efficient way so you can save money on your utility bills. It is posted here without any suggestion that you can do the appliance repairs yourself. All appliance repairs demand professional training, experience and special tools. Repairs for electric and gas appliance assemblies can become very dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience. For experienced, professional help call us 24 hours 7 days a week at:
Understanding the Appliance Parts
Although some home appliances are rather complex mechanisms as a whole, they are all composed of simple mechanical components and simple electrical circuits. Understand these components and circuits first and you have taken the first steps toward understanding what goes on inside an appliance. That's the big secret of the entire appliance repair. Understand how an appliance works—and you'll have a better chance of a successful appliance repair.
Every appliance brand differs in some respects, but there are enough similarities to allow you to understand each type of appliance repair. Explanation what happens inside a typical appliance will give you the simplest and best techniques and methods of servicing particular appliances. You can also learn about some areas where you should not attempt service unless you are a technician with specialized equipment at your disposal. It will be up to you to draw the line how far you want to go in repair appliances, depending on your own mechanical ability, tool accessibility, etc. You'll probably find that the more you learn about appliance repair the more you'll be able to do and the more you can do appliance repairs, the more you can save.
But remember that all of this begins with the appliance basics—an understanding of the appliance mechanical parts and appliance electrical circuits you find inside an average appliance.
One appliance repair trade secret will be of great advantage in repairing appliances it's the word simplify. Appliance repair diagnosis is the key to solving any appliance problem. Simplification is the key to diagnosis. Simplification starts with the appliance as a whole. When you look at it, you should simplify by breaking it down mentally into its various assemblies. And when you look at the appliance assemblies, you must simplify these and their problems by breaking them down into their simplest appliance components.
How to keep electric appliances in working order
Consider any electrical appliance and ask yourself, "What actually does the work in this appliance?"
Major appliances with more than one function require isolation of the individual appliance components before disgnoses are made. Always unplug the appliance and remove one wire from the component under test before recording your result.
Appliance switches should always indicate 0 resistances. They're relatively easy to pinpoint in the event of appliance breakdown. Any reading higher than 0 resistances in an appliance switch indicates bad contacts or loose connections. The job of these components is simply to get the electricity to the load where it can be put to work.
There is no need to list voltage readings in the chart, because these are known (either 115 or 230 volts on all home-appliance loads). Heating elements in major appliances such as ranges, dryers, and dishwashers and some ac central units, operate on 230 volts; most other components on 115 volts. With this in mind, you can go to an inoperable appliance and see if voltage is present at the suspected component.
If expert appliance repair assistance is required, the services of competent
professionals are available 24/7 at: