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All of our appliance repair technicians are professionally trained, insured, courteous and clean. We respect your time and offer same day service whenever possible. We offer your choice of appointment times and call you when we're on our way so you don't waste time waiting for us.
Warrantied Parts & Labor
We stand behind all the work we do with a full 90 day labor warranty and a full 12 months warranty on any parts we use. Our trucks are well equipped with all that's needed for most repairs, but if we ever need to leave to get a specific part to fix your appliance, you'll never be charged for a return trip.
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Appliance Masters Offers...
- Repair all brands of commercial and residential appliances
- Refrigerators & Dishwashers
- Gas & Electric Ovens and Stoves
- Washers & Dryers
- After Hours/Weekend Service no extra charge
The Best Appliance Repair in Columbus, Ohio
In many cases, even the smallest home repair needs can turn into some of the most serious emergencies. Whether the problem with your appliance is a faulty wire or an expensive malfunctioning component, you need to get it fixed as quickly as possible – and without spending a fortune, most preferably.
Here at Columbus Appliance Masters, we fully understand this issue, as we have resolved countless others with the help of our efficient team. We can provide you with some of the most experienced and highly skilled technicians you can find in Columbus to get your appliances back in perfect shape.
Our experts at All City are not only fully trained in the most common issues that can occur with major appliances, but can actively diagnose, address and repair malfunctions and problems involving anything from small mechanical or electrical problems to the difficult to pinpoint malfunctions associated with the electronic system of even some of the more advanced and complicated modern day appliances.
Some of the brands we work on...
Residential & Commercial Appliance Repairs
Columbus, Ohio's #1 rated appliance repair company is just a phone call away!
- repair services offered
- respecting your time
- helpful dishwasher advice
- Fridge problems
High Quality Refrigerator Repair
We take care of any refrigerator related issues, even in the most difficult circumstances involving fridges that won’t start, behave erratically or are unable to provide the same refrigeration capabilities that they could in the past. We work on brands ranging from Asko to Sub Zero, and everything in between.
Quick and Practical Dishwasher Repairs
Our experts can get your dishwasher up and running again with minimal expenses and without taking up too much of your time;
Washer and Dryer Repair
Making it easy to start getting your clothes back in top shape without having to replace your washer, dryer or washer/dryer combo with new ones that can be exceedingly costly;
Gas & Electric Oven and Stove Repair
Our technicians have great experience in taking care of the difficult and sometimes delicate and risky job of fixing an oven, including both old and new electrical and gas powered appliances;
All City, All Manufacturers' Brands Repaired
Various other appliances, with the inclusion of some of the most well-known brands currently manufacturing high end machines – these include: Amana, Asko, Bosch, Braun, Dacor, Electrolux, Frigidaire, Gaggenau, GE, GE Monogram, GE Profile, Honeywell, Kenmore, KitchenAid, LG, Maytag, Miele, Samsung, Sub Zero, Thermador, U-Line, Viking, Whirlpool and Wolf. If you don't see your brand here, just call us... chances are good that we can still help you with your problems.
Timely On-Site Repairs
No task is too difficult for our licensed technicians here at Appliance Masters; but to ensure both efficiency and promptitude, we have devised a simple solution that takes the hassle out of any repair: quick and reliable on-site services.
Our experts will leave equipped with all the tools and components your faulty appliance may need depending on the “symptoms” your appliance is showing and the precise diagnosing and repair techniques required.
We also strive to make the entire procedure as convenient as possible by offering a completely free inspection and estimate of your service needs. Then, after presenting you with your options, our technicians will allow you to choose which path to take and whether you still need our services or you’d simply prefer to buy a new appliance.
We are available for same-day service in the entire Columbus area. All you have to do is call to have our highly dependable technicians visit you ASAP for a quick evaluation and repair job.
In addition to first-class on-site service, we also like to provide helpful tips and pointers in the way of articles and videos to help our customers and friends with their various appliance problems. While we can't guarantee that the issue you're currently having will be addressed here, it just might be! We welcome all questions and hope to help as many people as possible, both near us here in Columbus, and anywhere else you may be finding this website.
An example of one of our helpful articles...
Fixing a Common Dishwasher Problem
Today we’re out on an ElectroLux dishwasher with an Error O1 code and also the machine has not drained any of the water. So I’m going to show you how to diagnose the issue. To do the repair, you’ll going to need a number 2 Philips screw driver or you could also have a bit that also goes to a drill, 3/8th nut driver, T-15 torx bit, T-20 torx bit, an extension, flat head screw driver and a pair of pliers.
Okay now to remove the dishwasher, you want to remove these two number 2 Philip screws from the top mounting brackets here. After you removed the two screws from the upper now you want remove the lower panel and then gain access to the lower leveling legs.
You’re going to want to push them up all the way so that we can put appliance glides underneath to slide the unit out. Okay now we’ll going to remove the cover here for the power, it’s a T-15 screw, make sure you shut the power off and expose your wires, and check for power. Remove your wire knots. Once you removed all of that, slide all your wires out.
Once you removed the wire knots here, there’s going to be a little knot that holds the wire harness, you’ll going to removed that, slide it out and push the wires through. Set it on its back.
Alright now we set the unit on its back just to gain easier access to lower part, this is where we have to do work. First you going to start by removing this number 2 Philip screws. I remove this panel to gain access to the wash motor.
Now you’ve removed the excess panel, you’ll going to find this little sensor here. This is what trips the flood so you going to want to dry that off after you install this pump and motor because that way when you put it together the error code wont show that its flooded. If anything else is wet may we dry it out a little bit and let it air dry.
You’re going to remove this three torx bit screws here to access the motor. Okay once you removed the 3 screws, you’ll want to remove this flat head screw here, loosen that clamp. Push that one back. Okay now you remove your ground wire here.
Pull these wires out of the connectors here. Disconnect that, pop your sensor out. Loosen two tabs, now slide out and I’ll remove the pump from the base.
Okay remove the 4 T-15 screws located on the base here. Move the wires off the capacitor and then you remove the wash motor.
Well here’s your old capacitor, you going to want to remove this because the new pump’s going to come with it already attached and wired up so you want to replace it as a kit, so if you move this it’s on a 3/16 nut. Remove that and then put your new one once you assemble the motor.
Okay, you want to remove this two T-20 torx bits out here to remove the shield because you need the plug for the mounting, move that on. Pull that out and remove your mounting tabs here, these little rubber garments out of the base to put in the new motor and also remove this hose here because that’s going to have to fit on the new one.
Now notice the outlet here and here, you want to mount this on the new one the same way it came off. Get your mount here, hose back on here, notice that I put them back on the same place I pulled it off. Take your clamp down, you want to take the shield and mount that back on there. You want to install your shield back on with these 2 T-20 torx bits, tighten down and put your harness plug back in there.
Notice it’s a key in here so you can’t put it in the wrong way, make sure its locked in tight. Re-install your little mounting graplets here on the base of the motor. If you’ll notice these two here are a little closer together than these two so on the base you’ll going to notice that it’s the same thing. It’s how you want to mount it back to it.
Put the motor on the base here, slide those little graplets in, lock them down and take your, make sure your washer are on all of your torx bits here, these are T-15. Now with those tight, you refasten the capacitor here on the mounting panel, its a 3/16 hexed, put your 3/16 in socket, fasten that down. Now you successfully put it on the mounting bracket.
Okay now you’re going to reconnect the motor here. Take your sensor here; pop that’s back in there. Once it stuck in there, run your clip, wires to the clips here. Let me take the power wire for the pump, do the same thing. Make sure all your rubber garments here mounted in there.
Connect your ground wire; push the boot back upon the heater and it will slide right in on these 3 tabs with your garments. Connect your hose back to the motor; put your hose clamp back over that.
Tighten that down with flat head screw driver. Put your clamp back up on the heater and I’ll go and slide these little bushings back on those little pins.
Take your 3 T-15 torx bits and fasten the motor back down. Now the motor’s in, you can put this cover back on there, just three number 2 Philip screws back in the bottom, you want to run you water line back through the little slot over here, so I hooked it up as it push it in, slide it back in, make sure your wires are poking through.
Okay now that you’ve ran your wires back through this back here, you going to install this nut back on there to fasten it down. Now you’ll going to hook the power wires up, white goes to white. Check your connection, make sure it’s not loose, black go to black, you want to check your connection, green will go to your brown here, check your wire, put everything in the box here.
Put the safety cover back over it, take you T-20 torx bit and then tighten the covers, now you’ve successfully put the power back together.
Now you’ve installed the dish washer, you want to re level the unit back around, so screw this legs back out in each corner. Now you run water line back to the inlet valve here and just tighten the fitting down then just tighten your fitting down and tighten your nut down there until it’s completely tight.
Now you’re going to reinstall the two mounting screws number 2 Philip screws at the top here. Now you’ve reconnected the water and reconnected the power to the unit, now you want to run and test cycle and make sure you’ve successfully completed the repair. So you want to hit start, shut the door, the unit should begin to fill and run. If there is no leak, the machine should continue without an error on.
Today we are looking at a Frigidaire French door refrigerator with a very common problem; we are going to be replacing the ice maker, because the ice maker is not functioning. The tools you will need to complete this repair are:
- a quarter inch nut driver
- a pair of diagonal cutters and
- a Phillips screwdrivers or a Phillips bit incorporated with a drill.
The reason why we are replacing the ice maker is because the thermistor, which is the sensor on the ice maker, has broken off, so the wire is just dangling down in the ice container. To begin the ice maker repair, first we want to remove the ice bin. There's a little handle here, you just pull straight out and you can set it aside. To gain access to the ice maker, there are two Phillips screws that are securing this L panel in place.
One is located right here and the other one is located at the bottom of this tray piece. So we'll go ahead and remove them. Once the screws have been removed, we can actually slide this bracket, this panel down and then just pull straight down. Next step is to remove the quarter inch screw that is securing this panel in place. This panel hides the ice maker wires. This is the quarter inch screw, you can go ahead and remove it. Once the screw has been removed, we can remove the actual panel.
It just slides out of place and as you can see, the wires are now exposed. Now we are going to disconnect the wires, there are Molex connectors, so there is a center piece here on the connector that you push down in and then pull out. Sometimes it can be difficult. These wires go to the ice maker and the motor with the fan assembly and the sensor in the rear. And then this set of wires goes to the actual ice maker. So once the wires have been disconnected, we can slide the ice maker straight out and untuck the set of wires that goes to the rear components.
Now we are going to carefully cut the zipped tied that is securing the wires to the rear components that are on the ice maker brackets. Be careful because you don't want to cut the wires to the components. Now we are going to remove the wire harness here from the ice maker assembly and you can see it just gets stuck into place, so you just move it out of the place just like that. There is just one more zip tie in he back that we'll have to cut. Now we removed both zip ties and release the wire harness from the actual guide.
Now we can just pull the ice maker assembly straight out with the bracket. The reason why we are replacing the ice maker, as you can see, there are these two wires that are stripped and they were just hanging in there. This is the old ice maker. There is also a crack on the ice tray. This is the new ice maker. As you could see, this sensor assembly is zip tied and secured to the actual ice tray and there are no wires hanging. Now we are ready to install the new ice maker since the old ice maker has been removed.
To do so, the first thing we are going to do is lay the ice maker in the ice container, that is this whole assembly here and then run this wire harness, which goes to the rear components through the wire harness guide here. Once it is in place, we are going to zip tie secure it fully with one zip tie on the harness. Because the limited space, this will be a little difficult to do. Now we are ready to install the new ice maker. We are just taking the old one to show you, there were four pins that were hanging down from the ceiling of the ice maker compartment. The four pins are going to slide into these slots. There's four of them.
Once they are slid all the way, the ice maker will itself be secured to the ceiling and then we can reinstall the wire panel to secure the rest of the ice maker. Once the ice maker is secured and it's in the original position, we can reconnect the wires. The wires are keyed to go on only one way, so I'll just line up the wires where they are supposed to go and push right on. Now we are ready to reinstall the wire panel, the wires get tucked inside of this panel. On the left hand side there is this little space here where the wires are going be going through the opening, that way they are not crushed.
Just line up the panel, tuck the wires in, slide the panel forward, line up the opening for the screw, again, it's that quarter inch screw and now we can go ahead and secure the panel with that quarter inch screw. Now we are ready to replace the front ice compartment cover. You can see that there is a little tab here, there is a little space right above the tab, there is another tab right here on the ice compartment. So we are going to line up this tab that's on the ice compartment to the opening at the top of the tab that is on the ice compartment cover. That is going to slide into place.
Once is slid into place, we can resecure the cover with the two Phillip screws. Once it is in place, we can go ahead and slide it up and it locks in place. So now we are ready to resecure the panel here with the two Phillip screws. Do not over tighten the screws into plastic. Now we can reinstall the ice bin and the repair will now be complete.