Factory Certified

TSSA Gas Contractor

Fully Insured


Toronto | GTA | Barrie | Collingwood

Same-day repair of different types of refrigerators, wine coolers and freezers. Convenient scheduling online and by text message.

Factory Certified

Licensed technicians with over 15 years of experience

TSSA Gas Contractor

Fully certified in gas appliances service, repair & installation

Complete Warranty

Each repair is covered by service and parts warranty

Types of Refrigerators We Repair

Refrigerators that are not performing as usual or are having issues need an experienced licensed technician to diagnose the problem and repair the problem. DNC Appliance Repair technicians are experienced in troubleshooting and refrigerator repairing.

We service and repair all house-hold refrigerators, including built-in and stand-alone.

With no extra charge for fridge appliance repair appointments available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, our skilled technicians are just a call away. Our team members are licensed and insured to handle all your Toronto refrigerator repairs quickly. Convenient scheduling options are also available online and by text message

Same-Day Refrigerator Repair

There’s no bigger emergency than when your refrigerator stops working. It’s not only an inconvenience, spoiled food can also make it a big expense. At Appliance DNC Appliance Repair, we’ll schedule an appointment for refrigerator repair in Toronto the same day you call to help reduce your loss and get you back to normal. Your house call is free if you order repair work to fix a refrigerator. Call, text or schedule an appointment today.

Common Refrigerator Issues

Common Refrigerator Replacement Parts

We stock parts for all the top brands, including:

Each service truck carries a full inventory of common replacement parts so your refrigerator repair can be completed the same day.

Common Questions About Refrigerators

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This can be caused from dirty condenser coils, inadequate air flow from the appliance being too close to the wall, or the door is not sealing properly.

With proper maintenance, a refrigerator can be expected to last 14 to 17 years.

If you are beginning to notice a refrigerator burning smell, this can be a symptom of a significant problem. When you open the appliance door, check for a smell of burning. Since this could be a sign of a dangerous electrical fire that could happen in your home at any time, it is vital to contact a professional to remedy this problem immediately.

If you hear your refrigerator making noise, one leading reason may be the condenser fan motor problem that is making your refrigerator so loud. An easy way to check and diagnose a refrigerator making a buzzing noise is to unplug your refrigerator and check the fan that is usually at the bottom rear of the fridge. If you see anything blocking the fan movement clean the area. If you see signs of damage or a seized motor, it is time to think about a repair or replacement.

If your refrigerator is icing up there are some simple fixes. Ice in a refrigerator is often caused by a broken door seal letting outside air in that will cause ice build-up. Ice buildup in a refrigerator can also be caused by door hinges that are loose also letting outside air in.

If you find that your refrigerator stopped working after a power outage, a quick way to diagnose this problem is to start by checking to make sure the fuse for the refrigerator is not blown. You will also want to check the control panel to make sure the refrigerator is switched on. If your refrigerator will still not turn on after a power outage, try resetting the GFCI power outlet that your refrigerator is plugged into.

One of the most common reasons that a freezer works but the fridge doesn’t is usually a defrost timer problem. When the defrost system fails the evaporator coils can ice over leaving you with a refrigerator that is not cooling but the freezer that is fine. Another common issue that is similar is when the evaporator fan motor fails which will leave you with the same problem.

Refrigerator Maintenance Tips

Large, radiator-type coils are located at the back or bottom of your refrigerator. They remove heat from the appliance but are less efficient when dust and dirt accumulate on them. Vacuum them off twice a year.

Wipe down the gaskets around the refrigerator and freezer doors to keep them sealing tightly. Replace loose or torn door seals to save energy and keep your food cold.

Use an all-purpose cleaner to remove crumbs and spills on inside shelves and walls. Special cleaning wipes are available to safely remove fingerprints from exterior stainless-steel doors and handles.

To keep your refrigerator smelling fresh, place a specially designed refrigerator deodorizer inside the unit. It will eliminate food odors for up to six months.

To keep ice cubes and water tasting fresh, replace the ice maker and water dispenser filters every six months.