You don’t have to call a repairman to fix everything that goes wrong with your appliances. In fact, you can save a lot of money repairing your appliances on your own. Consider tackling these projects yourself.
Check your Refrigerator Coils:
Refrigerator coils are black, tube-and-wire grids that cool the fluid around your compressor. You can reach them by opening the grill beneath the fridge. If your fridge goes out, clean the coils to see if it fixes the problem.
Clean the condenser coils. When these coils become caked with dust, the fridge has to work harder which puts more stress on the unit and increases energy consumption. Use a vacuum to remove dust, pet hair and dirt.
Check the door seal. The fridge’s door seal is responsible for keeping food cold and maximizing efficiency. Replace the seal if needed.