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Rebecca Hutchinson
Rebecca Hutchinson
2024-01-31
Elvis was very efficient, thorough, and explained everything he was doing
Kelly Peyton
Kelly Peyton
2024-01-29
They were great. Excellent service and very honest and helpful!
Tyler Plewa
Tyler Plewa
2024-01-29
Very quick to come out and got repair done same day
Nikolas Nemickas
Nikolas Nemickas
2023-11-27
Professional, transparent, and fair on price.
Valeria Nero
Valeria Nero
2023-11-22
The owner Jamie is awesome! Ill be honest I like to shop around for the best price. Other companies wouldn’t even give me a price. I called Jamie, told him what was wrong with my washer and he told me what was wrong with it right away. He gave me an estimate and told me that went towards the repair. I got an appointment for the next day, and when he looked my washer it was the pump he told me about over the phone. He had the pump on him and fixed my washer the same day!! Thank you so much!!! Great price too.
Jeremy Burkett
Jeremy Burkett
2023-11-17
These guys are great, quick to respond and fair pricing. I use them all of the time, they even work on most foreign brands which are hard to find local appliance repairman for. You cannot go wrong with Act Fast.
James Sheehan
James Sheehan
2023-11-08
Thomas and Anthony were highly transparent and professional. Highly recommend.
Dan Graunke
Dan Graunke
2023-10-25
Jim has always been on time and attentive to the situation. Yes there are times he may need a part to complete the repair. He always re-schedules promptly and is honest and forward in making the repairs.

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Frozen food in the freezer

5 Signs You Need Freezer Repair

From refrigerator and freezer combos to deep freeze units, a good freezer helps you stock up on the food your family loves. You can keep ice cream and other sweet treats on hand along with frozen veggies for quick meals. Freezers also let you prep meals on weekends and enjoy them later. If your freezer dies in the middle of the night, you’ll lose a lot of money on the food that spoils. Learn about five warning signs that your freezer needs repair.

1. Frost

You expect to see some frost and ice inside the freezer, especially around the top. The problem is that this ice can build up and cause the freezer to overheat. A buildup of ice or frost is usually a sign of a bad defrost sensor, which keeps it from knowing when it should enter a defrost cycle. Ice also accumulates when the heater, timer, or control board goes out.

2. Warm Inside

Freezers should stay cold enough to keep any food inside frozen. When you open the door and notice that it feels warm or not as cold as it did before, it’s likely a problem with the thermostat. Even if you don’t notice a temperature change, you might see food that is thawed or partially thawed. You might find some spoiled food inside, too. Ice crystals and freezer burn also affect food as the temperature fluctuates.

3. Condensation

A working freezer will not produce any type of condensation. Any moisture inside will freeze. If you see any water or moisture inside, you’ll know that it isn’t working properly. Make sure you look for pools of water around the outside as they appear when the freezer leaks. Keep in mind that leaks may come from the refrigerator or the ice machine rather than the freezer itself.

4. Unusual Noises

Squealing and thumping noises are two sounds that indicate a freezer problem. A squealing sound usually goes along with a dying fan. Think about these sounds as the last ones the fan will make. Your compressor produces a thumping noise when it’s on its way out. If you hear new noises, ask a professional to check out your freezer.

5. Running Motor

The motor inside the freezer kicks on and off to regulate the temperature inside. You might hear it kick on a few times a day. It should not run all of the time, though. If it does, this tells you that the freezer needs to work harder to maintain a consistent temperature. It might happen because of a damaged door seal or a buildup of ice.

Paying for a new freezer can mess with your budget. If you notice one or more of the problems above, help is just a minute away. Call us at Col-Tech Appliance Repair in Oklahoma City, OK for any freezer repairs you need.