Refrigerator Repair Columbus, Ohio
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The Applianceman Service offers experienced, factory-trained technicians specializing refrigerator repair. We work on all major brands including Sub Zero, Scotsman, Faber, Frigidaire, Electrolux, DCS, U-Line, Thermador, LG, Marvel, Fisher & Paykel, Bosch and more. We have provided excellent appliance repair services and first-rate customer service to homeowners in Columbus and Central Ohio. Applianceman has over 30 Years of refrigerator repair experience in Columbus OH!
Over 30+ years of Experience!
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- Top Freezer Refrigerators
- Bottom Freezer Refrigerators
- Mini Fridges
- French Door Refrigerators
- Side by Side Refrigerators
- Digital Refrigerators
- Undercounter Refrigerators
- Counter Depth Refrigerators
- 4 Door Refrigerators
- Refrigerators with Water Filters
- Freezerless Refrigerators
- Wine Chillers
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Fun Refrigerator Facts:
- Refrigerators for home use was invented in 1913.
- Most households use the freezer-on-top-and-refrigerator-on-bottom style, which has been the basic style since the 1940s, Now days Side-by-side Refrigerator and Bottom Freezer Refrigerators are just as common.
- Freon is not used anymore and been banned around the world. Instead Freon was replaced by a different coolant which is more Eco-friendly.
- Optimum temperature range for perishable food storage is between 37 to 41 °F (3 to 5 °C).
- Freezer temperature should be at 0 °F (-18 °C).
- There is a Guinness book record for having Fridge Magnets, The record is held by Louise Greenfarb from Nevada currently at 32,000 Magnets.
- Older Refrigerators tend to be more reliable than new ones. But if you do decide to replace your fridge make sure you get an Energy Star one they are Eco-Friendly and very efficient on electricity.
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A vapor compression cycle is used in most household refrigerators, refrigerator–freezers and freezers. In this cycle, a circulating refrigerant enters a compressor as low-pressure vapor at or slightly below the temperature of the refrigerator interior. The vapor is compressed and exits the compressor as high-pressure superheated vapor. The superheated vapor travels under pressure through coils or tubes that make up the condenser; the coils or tubes are passively cooled by exposure to air in the room. The condenser cools the vapor, which liquefies. As the refrigerant leaves the condenser, it is still under pressure but is now only slightly above room temperature. This liquid refrigerant is forced through a metering or throttling device, also known as an expansion valve (essentially a pin-hole sized constriction in the tubing) to an area of much lower pressure. The sudden decrease in pressure results in explosive-like flash evaporation of a portion (typically about half) of the liquid. The latent heat absorbed by this flash evaporation is drawn mostly from adjacent still-liquid refrigerant, a phenomenon known as auto-refrigeration. This cold and partially vaporized refrigerant continues through the coils or tubes of the evaporator unit. A fan blows air from the refrigerator or freezer compartment ("box air") across these coils or tubes and the refrigerant completely vaporizes, drawing further latent heat from the box air. This cooled air is returned to the refrigerator or freezer compartment, and so keeps the box air cold. Note that the cool air in the refrigerator or freezer is still warmer than the refrigerant in the evaporator. Refrigerant leaves the evaporator, now fully vaporized and slightly heated, and returns to the compressor inlet to continue the cycle.
Modern domestic refrigerators are extremely reliable because motor and compressor are integrated within a welded container, "sealed unit", with greatly reduced likelihood of leakage or contamination. By comparison, externally-coupled refrigeration compressors, such as those in automobile air conditioning, inevitably leak fluid and lubricant past the shaft seals. This leads to a requirement for periodic recharging and, if ignored, possible compressor failure.
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