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Same Day service
Free service call with repair
Free checkups at no extra charge
No hourly rates
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Costs derived from the industry standard "Appliance Blue Book" known as MASNPG. The MASNPG is based on national average flat rate pricing. The job cost is right there in the guide.
$20 online discount
with any repair service.
9218 Metcalf #289, Overland Park, KS 66212
Secure your household with efficient Appliance Repair Experts solutions. Call us today (913) 279-9019
We provide exceptional quality of service six days a week for major appliance repair. Our crew of licensed technicians is happy to service your appliance repair in Overland Park KS. Our goal is to give outstanding service to all our customers for a competitive price.
Our technicians are all trained in every service we offer. We have access to replacement parts for all major brands and will be able to find a right solution to getting your appliance up and running.
We will get your appliance fixed as soon as possible
Provided by A-Star Appliance Service Company
When you're in need of freezer repair or freezer parts in Overland Park, KS, call the professionals.
Do you know that according to the latest report from U.S. appliance industry average life expectancy of a freezer is between 12-20 years averaging at 16 years? Please consider carefully if a freezer can be saved or its time is up. The best way to ensure your freezer has a long, healthy life is to perform regular maintenance and have them checked periodically by an appliance repair expert.
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Whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or you need just one part to make your freezer working again, we are here to help. We stock freezer repair parts for most major brands from Whirpool and SubZero to Maytag and Bosch.
Household appliances have average lifetime expectancies. Maintaining your appliances properly can extend their lifetime indefinitely. Clean all freezer compartments regularly, even though it may not require defrosting. Wipe up any spills in the freezer promptly to avoid staining and odors. Defrost your manual defrost freezer about once a year, or when the frost gets about 1/2 inch thick on the inside walls and clean it thoroughly. If you're going to scrape the ice off, use a plastic or wooden scraper, not a sharp instrument. If your freezer is a self-defrost freezer, it will melt its own frost every eight to ten hours, and drain any excess water to the drain pan where it evaporates. When storing items in the door, place the heaviest items closest to the hinge side; this will reduce stress on the door and inner door panel when it is opened and closed. Once or twice a year slide the freezer out and vacuum around, inside the back, beneath, and behind it. Clean the coils with a condenser coil brush from our website in the accessories section. Use baking soda to absorb any odors.
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Overland Park Appliance Repair Experts
9218 Metcalf #289 , Overland Park , CA 66212