A Thermador freezer that is noisy, sweaty, leaking, or periodically turns on and off lets you know when it needs repair. The decision of what to do depends on how old it is and how much it will cost to fix it. Generally, our repair service at Belmont recommends a product repair if the repair cost is less than half the cost of buying a new one.
The types of Thermador freezer repairs our technicians work on include door and handle replacement, faulty interior lighting, leaks, faulty thermostats, excessive freezing or freezing of the appliance and faulty compressors.
Are you dealing with snow accumulating in your freezer? When liquid accumulates inside the freezer, it is due to a problem with the self-defrosting system. Damaged door gaskets are another common problem with freezers as they allow warm air to enter the freezer, causing the compressor to work harder. Moisture in the air will get inside the freezer, causing the water to freeze on the evaporator coils.
Self-defrosting freezers are designed to defrost every 6-12 hours as the compressor turns off and the defrost heater turns on to melt the build-up on the coils. The ice melts and flows under the freezer into the container. If one of the components fails, the evaporator coils can build up too much and no air flow over the coils will freeze the water on the coils. We can get your freezer repaired in no time, just give us a call. Call us for high end Thermador freezer repair in Belmont, California.