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We stock the following Fisher & Paykel parts: Fan-motors; Thermostats; Evaporator-Heaters; Lamps; Defrost-Timers; Compressors; Light-Fan-Switches; Termination-Thermostats; Door Gaskets; P/C boards etc.

Fisher & Paykel fridge repairs for refrigerators and freezers

Fisher and Paykel Refrigerator Repair Service Technicians specialise in prompt service, resolving 99% of service calls on the first call-out. Any more complex situations are then addressed in consultation with the client to minimise inconvenience, expense and delays.

Fisher and Paykel appliances (refrigerators and freezers) may be best left plugged in and running. However, on occasion, you may be advised otherwise, depending on the description of the fault encountered.

Common Fisher & Paykel Refrigerator and Freezer Service Call Questions:

Q: I have a Fisher and Paykel refrigerator - how do I get it serviced?
A:
 If you can locate the original manual it will tell you your model number and this is helpful when booking a service call. Please check for the service ares we operate in.

Q: What is the usual time a Service Call takes?
A: That depends on the fault. Most Service Calls are completed in 30-50 minutes.

Q: Do you give seniors' discounts on fridge repairs? 
A: Yes we do have a special Senior Discount Rate that gives 10% off the total price of your repair.

Q: Another firm has said they will do a “Free Qoute”. Do you do this, and if not, why not?
A: All services cost. We aim to give speedy efficient repairs and do not use gimmicks such as this. We repair your appliance in the best possible way and give excellent service to you. to do this costs.

Q: I have paid money to have my fridge repaired before and yet I have ongoing service problems. What should I do?
A: Contact us and we will get the information and help you to evaluate what are your best options. Giving the full history at the time is the best option.

Q: Why do I need the Model number when I call?
A: Having the Model number makes a big difference to how we will be able to assist you in getting your appliance repaired. If you can’t find it, then we may be able to direct you where to look when you call us. Some Fisher & Paykel model numbers are: C120R C170T C190R C240B C250T C270 C270R C370 C450l E169T E210L E240B E249T E331T E361T E372B E381T E388 E402B E406B E411T E413T E415H E440T E442B E450R E521T E522B F160R F230R F310 H160S H215E H220S H275E H280X H320E H360X H510X H701X N149 N150 N209 N210 N240 N249T N308 N325T N375T N388 N395B N405T N500B N510T P120R RF210A RF540A RF610A 

Q: I need to order seals for my fridge. Where do I find which ones I need? 
A: Calling and providing us the Model details may help; alternatively we will need to measure and identify the seal needed on site.

Q: My fridge has tripped the circuit-breaker and this is a real problem. Is this a major or dangerous fault? 
A: As with any appliance, the fact of having your circuit-breaker tripped indicates something is not operating as it should. This can be a common fault in a Model that is “Frost-Free”. It is best to call and discuss your exact problem when requesting a Service Call. 

Q: My Fisher and Payke fridge is leaking and it has run out on the floor. Is this a serious fault? 
A: Most likely this is because the internal drain is blocked. When this blocks, (it could be food particles or something you have missed when cleaning) then the drain cannot function and you will get this problem. Call us for a quote and/or advice.

Q: How can I tell if my fridge is working at the correct temperature? 
A: As a rule of thumb, milk in your fridge should still be fresh up to the expiry date, and your ice cream should be firm in the freezer. If not turn the temperature control down.

Q: Is it worth fixing my old Fisher and Payke fridge?
A: We do carry parts for the older models and they are often very reliable. Call us and speak with one of our technicians about your problem.

Q: Do I need to re-gas my Refrigerator?
A: No. Only if it leaked.

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