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

Servicing all of the Sydney Basin, we maintain and overhaul Hoover fridges and freezers, no matter what vintage.

When our Hoover Refrigerator Field Technician arrives for your service call, you can be reassured that we generally can fix your fridge or freezer on the first call-out. For the very small percentage of repairs that we cannot handle on this basis, our technician will inform you of your options and assist you to get an outcome that works for your situation.

Keep your Hoover fridge or freezer switched on unless we advise otherwise when you call. If you are asked to turn it off, this would only be to prevent further damage whilst the technician is on his way.

Common Hoover Fridge and Freezer Service Call Questions:

Q: When booking a service call on my Hoover fridge or freezer, what information do I need to give you?
A: The make and model number should suffice for the initial call.

Q: How long does it usually take to repair a Hoover fridge or freezer?
A: We are pretty confident when we say about 30-50 minutes all up.

Q: I am a Senior Citizen, will I get any discount on the repair of my fridge?
A: You will get a total of 10% off the parts needed and also the labour costs when you get your fridge repaired with us.

Q: Why don’t you have a “Obligation-free Quote” like some companies?
A: Because we don’t do gimmicks. We get your call, have an idea what the problem is, arrive to where the appliance is and get the job done with the idea of causing the minimum downtime and inconvenience.

Q: What Hoover fridge or freezer models can you service?
A: Although the list may change from time to time, we can currently service or repair most Hoover models.

Q: Do you need the Hoover Model number at all?
A: Yes we prefer it as it supplies a lot of other technical information on what can be the problem, replacement parts that might be needed etc.

Q: If I plug my fridge or freezer in, the power goes off. Can you advise me what the problem may be?
A: It is fairly common complaint, but can be repaired, with the cost depending on the model that is in question. As popular as “Frost-Free” models are, this is a fairly commonplace fault we encounter with them. Give us a call and we should be able to help you out.

Q: My Hoover fridge was repaired by someone local and now it is making a lot more noise. What is best to do?
A: You can contact the original repairer and tell him what is happening, or call us and we may be able to shed some light on what it could be. It always helps to have the paperwork to hand on these occasions.

Q: Sometimes my fridge leaks a bit of water onto the floor. It has not been enough to worry about in the past, but now there seems to be more of it. Is this a serious problem?
A: If you have noticed water and the amount is increasing, it is best to place a service call immediately. Make sure you have your model number handy when you call. The Fridge Repair Service Technician will evaluate the situation and most likely need take apart the drainage system and clear it out to restore it to working order.

Q: Do you carry many parts for old Hoover fridges and freezers?
A: We can evaluate and get your older Hoover fixed in many cases. Calling with a description of the problem and the Model number is your best bet.

Q: I am not sure if my fridge/freezer is cooling well enough. How can I tell?
A: Check your milk and dairy products are staying fresh till the expiry date indicated. Check to see ice cream is firm rather than soft or melting. This is contingent on them being fresh and transported appropriately from supermarket to home. Alternatively, you can acquire a fridge thermometer and check the fridge and freezer. function. Usually the operating ranges are: +0.5C to +4.5C for your fridge; -15C to –21C for the freezer. If you have any doubts after these checks then place a service call quoting your Model number.

Q: What is a re-gas of a fridge?
A: A re-gas is needed when the appliance coolant delivery system has been punctured and the gas has escaped through the puncture. This is not a common occurrence, so does not form part of a routine service call and would only be done if it was needed.

 

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