Brooklyn, NY Appliance Air Conditioning Heating Repair and Service
Brooklyn, NY Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating Repair
Grapevine Brooklyn, NY Appliance Repair

Brooklyn, NY Air Conditioning, Heating and Appliance Repair

Call Brooklyn Appliance Repair any time of the day—we are available for your call, whether you have problem and require immediate help for your appliance, a/c or heating system. If you need service in the Brooklyn or any of the surrounding areas, we can help—even on the same day. We repair all models and brands of major appliances, including refrigerators, electric and gas dryers, gas and electric ovens, gas and electric stoves, washers, dishwashers, a/c and heating units. Our service call is always free when we repair your appliance, and we don’t charge extra for nights, weekends or holiday appointments. Our appliance repair technicians are experienced and professionally trained to provide you with 100 % satisfaction guarantee service. You also pay the lowest possible price for repairs to your appliance, air conditioning, or heating system. And our low-price guarantee policy protection backs up all of our repair estimates.

Call us at our toll-free number for a Brooklyn appliance repair appointment—even on the same day—at:

800 224-1342

Brooklyn Appliance, Air conditioning and Heating repair specializes in the following:

Air Conditioning Repairs
Heating Repairs
Refrigerator Repairs
Dryer Repairs
Washer Repairs
Oven Repairs
Stove Repairs
Dishwasher Repairs
Microwave Repairs
Disposal Repairs

We repair all brands major Applince, Air Conditioning and Heating

Maytag Repair
Whirlpool Repair
GE Repair
Frigidaire Repair
Speed Queen Repair
Bosch Repair
Hotpoint Repair

Sears Repair
Kenmore Repair
Admiral Repair
Frigidare Repair
RCA Repair
Magic Chef Repair
Ruud Repair

O'Keefe and Merritt Repair
Sunray Repair
Thermador Repair
Wedgewood Repair
Jenn-Air Repair
Sub-Zero Repair
Tappan Repair

And many more Appliance that we repair in Brooklyn, NY brands view the full list

Simply call us to set up your Brooklyn appliance repair appointment today:

800 224-1342

Or, if you prefer, email us at:    Please include your name, phone number and a short explanation of your major appliance issue. As soon as we receive your email, we will contact you with the solution for your appliance problem.

Our service area for any major appliance, air conditioning or heating repair covers the entire Brooklyn area.  Please view our extensive appliance repair service area list below:

New York
Jackson Heights
Middle Village

Union City
Far Rockaway
South Ozone Park
Linden Hill

Jersey City
Ozone Park
Howard Beach
Jackson Heights

And more view the rest of the Brooklyn, NY Appliance repair areas we service

The below information is placed here in order to help you get more familiar with your appliance and how you may be able extend its life. This information can also tell you how you can use your major appliances in the most efficient way, which will save you money on your utility bills. However, we do not include this information as a suggestion or recommendation that you perform appliance repairs on your own. All appliance repairs require experience, professional training and appliance repair tools. Repairs for electric and gas appliance systems can become very dangerous without the right knowledge, experience and tools. For experienced, professional Brooklyn appliance repair help, call us 24/7 at:

800 224-1342

Appliance Diagrams

The appliance timer motor should always indicate continuity and not be grounded. Appliance motors are usually easy to check and they may in most cases be detached from the appliance timer body. Cams are seldom defective, unless they should break, an unlikely occurrence. The appliance drive train may be checked visually. As for the appliance switch contacts, even though there may be twenty contacts within the appliance timer, you've only got one symptom or one appliance problem, and by looking at the appliance wiring diagram you can eliminate all but one or possibly two sets of these contacts. A point to point check with the VOM should then indicate whether they are at appliance fault.
Again, the key word is simplify. If you are going on a trip and consult the road map, you don't try to take in all of the lines tracing roadways within an entire state. You find your destination and disregard all routes except the one which will lead you to that point. When you look at the appliance wiring schematic it is easy to become confused by the maze of appliance electrical circuits pictured; yet you should only be interested in a very small portion of that web. Just as you would use a road map, you should first locate your destination (the appliance part which is not operating) and plot your course from one side of the power line, through the part which is inoperative, to the other side of the appliance power line. In this manner you have plotted a complete electrical circuit, since you have passed from one side of the line to the other; and you will find that this "routing" procedure takes you through every appliance switch and connection which could cause the problem component to be inoperative. Now, by taking your meter and checking only those appliance components involved in your route, you should be able to pinpoint the faulty one.
There are two assets on your side that ease this procedure. The first of these is your own powers of deduction—where the Sherlock Holmes in you comes out. When you first became aware of the problem with the appliance, your first observation will give you many clues to the solution of the case. You will learn to make a mental note of every one of these, and then pursue them further to eliminate various appliance components which may not be at fault. As an example of this procedure, you find that the appliance motor is not running on your automatic washer. You note the position of the appliance timer dial when it stopped, and the setting of other appliance controls. When you find the motor on the wiring appliance diagram, you see that it also has two speeds other than the high speed used on the appliance normal cycle. Turning the appliance on and placing the timer in another cycle allows you to see that the appliance motor does operate on the medium and low speeds. Now, returning to the appliance diagram and tracing the circuit through the conductor marked "high" to the motor, you see that this is controlled by a appliance switch on the console of the washer and by a contact within the timer. Since the appliance diagram shows you which timer contact is involved, this is the only timer test you have to make

You can schedule your same-day Brooklyn, NY appliance repair appointment simply by calling us at:

800 224-1342