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3 Benefits of Buying Appliance Parts From the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)

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If you're working in the appliance industry, you need to regularly be purchasing new equipment to finish all kinds of repair jobs. There are plenty of appliance repair professionals who rely on aftermarket products, which is fine. But they're losing out on all the advantages of buying from an original equipment manufacturer (OEM).

OEM is a company that produces parts and equipment that can be marketed by another manufacturer. Your appliance repair business won't be able to sustain itself if you aren't careful with your finances. The best way to adhere to your budget is to stick with OEM appliance parts instead of aftermarket products.

Whether you're in need of refrigerator parts, stove parts, or other appliance products, here are some great benefits of buying OEM parts instead of aftermarket products:

  • Return on your investment -- Though you might spend a little more early on, you're investing in a great part with great longevity, subsequently providing a significant return on investment (ROI). Since the appliance parts you'll be purchasing are designed to fit and perform to factory specifications, the equipment's lifespan will be lengthened. This will provide a great ROI and save you money in the long run.
  • Faster response -- Going directly to the OEM will streamline the entire repair process since you'll be able to contact them directly, identify a part, and make a purchase. Conversely, with aftermarket products, you could be calling multiple people all day and never even find the correct part.
  • Higher quality -- Perhaps the main advantage of working directly with an OEM is the quality of the product you'll be receiving. If your client needs new refrigerator parts, they are going to expect a certain level of quality. Certain aftermarket products can't guarantee that kind of quality -- OEMs certainly can.

 

In order for your appliance repair business to succeed, you need quality parts that are durable and long-lasting. If you want to learn more about the benefits of buying from an OEM, or find quality refrigerator parts, dryer parts, dishwasher parts, oven parts, and more -- give Automatic Appliance Parts a call right away!

Another OEM Advantage: Purchase Parts From Major Appliance Brands

Another great benefit of working with an OEM part supplier, rather than making an aftermarket purchase, is the range of appliance parts that can be delivered. You can acquire all kinds of quality stove parts, oven parts, washing machine parts, dryer parts, and so much more.

Automatic Appliance Parts supplies professional appliance repair companies with quality OEM parts for all major appliance manufacturers and plenty of difficult-to-find parts. They can select, ship, and deliver a part to anywhere in the U.S. in three days or left.

Here are some of the major appliance brand parts that we can provide:

 

  • JennAir -- Founded in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1947, JennAir is a Benton Harbor, Michigan-based manufacturer and designer of household appliances and fixtures.
  • Haier -- Founded in 1984, Haier is a multinational consumer electronics and home appliances company headquartered in Qingdao, Shandong. They sell products including air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, and more.
  • Bosch -- Founded in 1886, Bosch is a German multinational engineering and electronics organization headquartered in Gerlingen, Germany.
  • Frigidaire -- Founded in 1918, Frigidaire is an American consumer and commercial home appliances company. Additionally, Frigidaire is known to have developed the first self-contained refrigerator in 1916.
  • Dacor -- Founded in 1965, Dacor is a California-based subsidiary of Samsung Electronics America that designs, manufactures, and distributes kitchen appliances like stove and dishwasher parts. They specialize in ultra-premium product tiers, including wall ovens, ranges, cooktops, dishwashers, ventilation hoods, barbecue grills, and microwaves.
  • Whirlpool -- Founded in 1911, Whirlpool is an American manufacturer of home appliances headquartered in Benton Charter. The company has nine U.S. manufacturing facilities: Amana, Iowa; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Cleveland, Tennessee; Clyde, Ohio; Greenville, Ohio; Findlay, Ohio; Marion, Ohio; Ottawa, Ohio; and Fall River, Massachusetts.
  • Maytag -- Founded in 1893, Maytag is a subsidiary of Whirlpool and focuses on the manufacturing of American home and commercial appliances.

 

If you are in need of a specific part, use the manufacturer's model number of your appliance and you'll be able to see parts and diagrams for your model: enter your model number here. If you want to learn more about what stove parts you need or find quality OEM parts, contact us right away:

 

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Whether you're purchasing refrigerator parts, washing machine parts, dishwasher parts, oven parts, or stove parts, it's recommended to work directly with original equipment manufacturers. Doing this ensures that you're receiving quality parts that are constructed specifically for the machine model in question.

Refrigerator Parts

If a refrigerator is busted, not only will all the food inside be ruined, the owner will end up having to spend a significant amount of money on their energy bills -- not to mention future repairs or purchasing an entirely new refrigerator. Here are some busted refrigerator warning signs that homeowners need to keep an eye out for:

  • Back of the fridge is hot -- The back of the fridge is usually warmer than its sides and the front, but if it feels too hot, you might need a new part or some professional repair work done. If your fridge is very old, however, it's probably best to replace it.
  • Food begins spoiling earlier -- If you notice your food spoiling before its expiration date, you're going to need to act quickly. Sour milk and moldy cheese not only looks and smells bad but can cause health concerns if consumed. Food safety standards dictate that perishable items should be kept at a temperature of at least 40 degrees or cooler.
  • Excessive condensation -- Take a few steps back and simply look at your fridge. If it looks like it's sweating, you should analyze the rubber sealing around its door to see right away. If the sealing isn't too bad, you might be able to quickly fix the issue yourself.

Again, when searching for and selecting refrigerator parts, it's imperative to work with the OEM so you're getting the pest possible part available.

If you are in need of a specific part, use the manufacturer's model number here and you'll be able to see diagrams for your mode. If you want to learn more about taking care of your refrigerator or find high-quality refrigerator parts from original equipment manufacturers, give Automatic Appliance Parts a call right away!