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Fridge Repairs Brisbane

We repair white goods first time.

At Albion Appliance Service we have been keeping customers fridges cool throughout Brisbane for nearly 50 years.

There is nothing worse than coming home from holiday to a humming warm fridge! The last thing you want is the hassle of dealing with a fridge on the blink right? That’s why we offer onsite and mobile services where we can come to you!

If it’s honest advice you need we can do that too! Our friendly staff are experienced in all types of problematic fridge repairs and can even help you choose a new one that best suits your needs. We also repair other white goods such as dishwashers, washing machines and ovens.

By trusting your household or work place Fridge repairs with Albion Appliance Services you are ensuring a longer, more efficient reliable running fridge than before – your fridge will be fixed right, the first time!

Majority of fridges can be fixed on the spot!

If any of these sound familiar you need some quick repairs...

Call us or book online today for friendly advice, prompt fridge repair service, and information on the most popular makes and models in store. Our fridge technicians work across Brisbane meaning we travel to you and saving the you hassle of transporting your fridge.



Areas serviced:

Albion, Alderley, Annerley, Arana Hills, Ascot, Ashgrove, Aspley, Auchenflower, Bald Hills, Balmoral, Banyo, Bardon, Boondall, Bowen Hills, Bracken Ridge, Brendale, Bridgeman Downs, Brighton, Bulimba, Carseldine,Chermside, Chermside West, Clayfield, Clontarf, Coorparoo, Deagon, Eagle Farm, East Brisbane, Enoggera, Everton Park, Everton Hills, Ferny Grove, Ferny Hills, Fitzgibbon, Fortitude Valley, Gaythorne, Geebung, Gordon Park, Grange, Hamilton, Hawthorne, Hendra, Herston, Highgate Hill, Holland Park, Indooroopilly, Jindalee, Kangaroo Point, Kedron, Kelvin Grove, Keperra, Lutwyche, McDowall, Milton, Mitchelton, Moorooka, Morningside, New Farm, Newmarket, Newstead, Norman Park, Northgate, Northlakes, Northside, Nudgee, Nundah, Paddington, Red Hill, Redcliffe, Sandgate, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Shorncliffe,, South Brisbane, Spring Hill, St Lucia, Stafford, Stafford Heights, Taigum Teneriffe, The Gap, Toowong, Virginia, Wavell Heights, West End, Wilston, Windsor, Woolloongabba, Wooloowin, Zillmere.

  • Tips & Advice

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      ACTION!

      In July 2018 we were pleased to provide the technical and acting skills of Andy our refrigeration technician for a segment filmed for ‘SCOPE’ entitled ‘Trade Science’ on Channel 11.

      SCOPE is a children’s science show, aimed at explaining in straightforward language various extraordinary processes.

      In the segment, Andy explains the science behind refrigeration. We understand the segment will be only part of one program, possibly 10-15 minutes, but to do the filming took four hours. Luckily it was July as he was required to wear his antarctic gear.

      Check it out, on Sunday 10th February 2019, 10:00am on Eleven. If you can’t catch it Sunday, go to http://tenplay.com.au/channel-eleven/scope

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      Do you have a dryer? Use it much? If you have a dryer with a timer, you will notice at the end of the cycle there is a blue bit, the ‘cool down’..it takes up about 5-10 minutes of time. My understanding was that this was so the clothes would not settle hot and crease. But as as Harry Chapin said, ‘But there were planes to catch and bills to pay’.. so lots of people are in too much of a hurry to allow the cool down to take place.

      However,there is a far more important reason to allow your dryer to run the cool down part of the cycle. While the dryer is turning and the fan is blowing, it runs air over the heating element, but if you stop the dryer before cooling down, the heating element stays hot and has to cool down itself over time. Its not made to do this, so you will shorten the life of the element. In addition, there is also the chance bits of lint will build up around the element even if you are a religious zealot about keeping your lint filter clean (do it – see our previous blog). If there is lint next to the element, and the element glows hot with no cooling air, it may catch fire (you can insert here your own “horrified emoji” face). The picture shows how just a small amount of lint near the element has singed, and possibly even caught fire briefly.

      So take the time to let the clothes dryer finish it’s cycle and your element will benefit, but you should also have crease-free clothes.. Win Win!

      If you are having any issues with your dryer or you would like it serviced, we have a workshop here on site where you can bring it for us to inspect. Call us on 36301611.

      Read More Posted: January, 2019
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