When your Newport Beach Wolf or Sub-Zero appliance needs some repair, we are ready at Sub-Zero Wolf Appliance Pros to provide you with experienced technicians who can get your appliance back in shape quickly.
Appliances start to have some problems as they age. Luckily, they usually give us warning signs when things are going wrong with them.
Whenever you encounter any of the warnings mentioned above signs, call a technician to assess the condition of your appliance—our technicians are factory trained and capable of providing the best service. We provide affordable appliance repair so you can keep your home running smoothly.
When your sub-zero stops maintaining the perfect temperature in the freezer or refrigerator section, you need a technician to evaluate it. Some of the common causes are the fan in the unit not working, the temperature sensor malfunctioning, and the door seal or gasket becoming worn.
These units are small enough to sit beneath your countertop and handier than a shirt pocket. If your team has not kept things at the perfect temperature, your evaporator fan motor may not be running. You can also have problems with your start relay or the temperature control thermostat.
The outdoor sub-zero refrigeration units make having an outdoor kitchen on the deck or by the pool easy and convenient. These refrigeration units are designed to withstand outdoor temperatures while maintaining internal temperatures to protect your foods and beverages. When they fail to do their job, the compressor, evaporator, or condenser may be malfunctioning.
When your Wolf range is not igniting as it should, you might have a burner that has a clogged gas jet. The control switch for the ignitor may have gone out. If the range is electric, your burner element may need replacing.
If your oven is having trouble coming to the right temperature or maintaining the right temperature, it may be because the heating elements have worn out. If it is a gas oven, fuel supply lines may be clogged.
Electric cooktops often have lock mechanisms to prevent the burners from accidentally turning on. These locking mechanisms can fail and prevent you from being able to use your cooktop.
Your rangetop can stop working when fuel lines clog or when components have begun to wear down with age.
When your food is not heating correctly, or you start to see smoke and smell something burning, your microwave may need a visit from a repair technician. The problem may be as simple as a broken timer or internal fuse that has blown.