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How long does your refrigerator last? The average refrigerator today lasts for around 14 years with proper care and maintenance. There are several common refrigerator problems that are relatively easy to repair and stay ahead of. It's often more cost-effective to repair a refrigerator than to replace it.

To determine whether to repair or replace your appliance, consider the item's age and the cost of repair. If the appliance is over halfway through its expected lifespan, and the cost of repair is 50% more than the cost of a new item, it may be time to get a new machine. If the unit is newer, or if the cost for the repair is less than 50%, it's likely more cost-effective to repair the appliance.

Perform Regular Maintenance to Maximize the Lifespan of Your Refrigerator

Performing routine maintenance on your refrigerator can extend the lifespan of the unit. Replace the air and water filters every six months to keep your refrigerator operating effectively. Perform other refrigerator maintenance tasks regularly as well, such as cleaning all door seals with soapy water and cleaning dust and debris from the coils.

If your refrigerator stops working properly, one of the first things to inspect is the refrigerator coils. Once the coils are clean, see if the fridge operates correctly. If the refrigerator still isn't cooling properly or has other issues, it may need to be repaired.

Refrigerator Parts for Most Common Repairs

While performing maintenance is important, it's also important to get proper repair of large appliances when they break. When purchasing repair parts for refrigerators or other large appliances, it's usually ideal to get parts sourced directly from the manufacturer to attain the best results. The manufacturer's parts are often better quality than aftermarket parts, which also may not fit as precisely as replacement parts from the manufacturer.

If a refrigerator isn't functioning properly, some of the most common repairs for refrigerators include the following:

Thermistor

A common problem with a refrigerator is when the fridge either doesn't cool the food enough or freezes food. If the cooling system isn't working properly, it's often an issue with the thermistor. The thermistor monitors the fridge temperature and sends the reading to the control board, which triggers the cooling system.

Evaporator Fan Motor

If the refrigerator section of the device is warm, but the freezer is working correctly, it may be a problem with the evaporator fan motor, which moves the cold air from the freezer into the fresh food section of the unit. Another indication that the evaporator fan motor isn't functioning properly may be that the refrigerator is running loudly.

Condenser Fan Motor

If the refrigerator isn't cooling, the problem may be the condenser fan motor. Test the continuity with a multimeter for some of these refrigerator mechanical parts, such as the thermistor, condenser fan motor, or evaporator fan motor, to see if they need replacing.

Water Inlet Valve

When the water dispenser or ice maker stops working, or if the appliance leaks water, the problem might be the water inlet valve. Before replacing the water inlet valve, test the water tube inside the door to make sure air passes through it and it's not simply clogged or frozen. Also, check the water pressure to the valve to ensure there's sufficient pressure to operate the water dispenser.

Ice Maker

If the ice maker stops functioning properly, and it's getting water into the unit, there may be a problem with the ice maker itself. The assembly is fully replaceable, and replacing the ice maker is a simple and common repair that only takes about 30 minutes.

These are some of the most common repairs for refrigerators. It's important to use appliance repair parts that are sourced directly from the manufacturer when making repairs on large items.

Finding the Right Parts for Your Refrigerator

Automatic Appliance Parts has a large stock of affordable wholesale refrigerator parts for a wide selection of makes and models. Our simple-to-use online database lets you search for wholesale refrigerator parts by model number, and then you can find an OEM part number, part availability, and price. Additionally, we offer a broad online library with thousands of pages of literature on older appliances. You can even print out refrigerator part diagrams so you can refer to them when you reassemble your refrigerator.

As a dedicated Chicagoland business for over four decades, Automatic Appliance Parts' extensive knowledge of wholesale refrigerator parts makes us the right choice for your affordable wholesale refrigerator needs. To further help you in your work, we have a great variety of wholesale refrigerator parts made by top brands like Whirlpool, Maytag, GE, Frigidaire, KitchenAid, Kenmore, LG, Amana, and more.

 

Automatic Appliance Parts and Wholesale Refrigerator Parts

Family owned and operated in Chicagoland since 1968, Automatic Appliance Parts truly values quality customer service. Here at Automatic Appliance Parts, we want to help you find the wholesale refrigerator parts you're looking for; we've accumulated a deep wealth of knowledge on wholesale kitchen appliances over the years and we look forward to sharing it with you. If you can't find what you're looking for online, call us directly and speak with a friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful sales representative.

We currently have seven locations across the Chicagoland area. There are Automatic Appliance Parts locations in Downers Grove, Norridge, Rockford, Evanston, Aurora, Midlothian, and Arlington Heights. If it's more convenient, we can ship your wholesale refrigerator parts to you. Because our branches are centrally located around Chicago, Automatic Appliance Parts has the ability to ship to our independent service technicians in various locations across the country, and orders received before 4 p.m. CST will ship the same day.

Try out our wholesale refrigerator model online database today. You can find the wholesale refrigerator parts you're looking for, and even view diagrams that help you easily reassemble your refrigerator.

We also stock other wholesale appliance parts at Automatic Appliance Parts Corporation. Whether you need parts for your refrigerator or other large appliances like stoves, ranges, dishwashers, air conditioners, washers, or dryers, we have what you need. If you can't find the parts you're looking for, call us at 800-323-0270 to speak with a friendly sales representative today.