Freezer Maintenance Support

Trust Over 40 years of combined appliance repair experience! At Uptown we pride ourselves in offering reliable, professional support. Connect with us, and we’ll help you get your appliance up and running like new!

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Are you ready to schedule your service? Uptown Appliance Repair diligently assesses needs to match customers with the ideal technician. After you reach out, you can expect us to connect with you as soon as possible. During business hours we respond within the hour. We’re here to help you find the best technician!

For many family's food storage is the backbone of their meal prepping routine. A huge 4-7 family home is a monthly necessity when buying groceries in bulk. These families typically have two or even three deep freezers to account for all their frozen goods. After everything is purchased, and meals are planned, stress-free days are on the horizon. But what happens when your freezer suddenly stops working. The possibility of over a months worth of food going spoiled is not an option. We understand the importance of properly functioning major appliances like your freezers. Uptown Appliance offers preventative Maintenance and repair services to families across Houston, Texas.

If you’re noticing any issues with your freezer, give us a call. We're here to help you get ahead of any functioning problems and quickly repair issues if needed.
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Freezer FAQ

We hope this troubleshooting guide below will help answer the most common problems regarding your freezer. If the problem persists, please do not hesitate to call us at (281) 758-9978 to further troubleshoot or to arrange for one of our specialized technicians to resolve any problems.

Why is my freezer making loud, weird noises?

The first thing to check would be the ice maker. It could be simply harvesting ice. But the most popular problem would be changing the evaporator fan motor.

Sometimes the solution is as simple as making sure the door is closed. It could also be because the temperature is set too low.

First, make sure you don’t spill any water or drop any cubes. A more serious issue would be the defrost drain has frozen over and needs to be defrosted and cleaned.

Check if the power light and freezer light are working. If not, power might not be out. Next, make sure the appliance controls are correctly set.

You may need to change the temperature to something cooler. If that does not work, you likely need to replace the defrost thermostat. The normal freezer temperature is between 0ºF and 5ºF.