Fisher and Paykel Repair
Serving the Bay Area including San Leandro, Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond, and more
When your Fisher and Paykel appliance is broken, Kerenza Appliance is the only repair service you need. Our team of experienced technicians has years of knowledge and experience when it comes to Fisher and Paykel repair, so you can be sure that your appliance is in the best hands possible.
Plus we are factory authorized for Fisher and Paykel repair, meaning that you are guaranteed to receive only the highest quality parts and service. We understand that having a broken appliance can be stressful, so we work hard to get your appliance up and running as soon as possible.
French door, side-by-side, Top/Bottom Freezer
If your refrigerator isn’t working as it should, don’t worry. Our qualified Fisher and Paykel repair technicians have the experience and knowledge necessary to diagnose the problem quickly and accurately. Including problems like:
Ranges & Ovens
Gas, electric, steam, and Convection models
Our experienced technicians are equipped to handle any Fisher and Paykel oven or range repair. We have a full inventory of parts, allowing us to repair most models quickly and efficiently. Whether it’s a bad igniter on a Fisher and Paykel gas stovetop or a broken element on a Fisher and Paykel oven, we can fix those issues and more including:
Washers and Dryers
top-load, front-load, and stackable, gas, and electric
If your washer or dryer isn’t performing as it should, our technicians can diagnose and repair the problem quickly. We are experienced with all models of Fisher and Paykel washers and dryers and can fix issues like:
Common Fisher and Paykel Repair Issues
We work with all Fisher and Paykel appliances including refrigerators, ranges, cooktops, dishwashers, and more. So no matter what Fisher and Paykel appliance repair you need, Kerenza Appliance can take care of you.
Whatever the issue, whether it’s a Fisher and Paykel oven not heating, or a Fisher and Paykel refrigerator not getting cool, Kerenza Appliance has the skill to get it fixed. Contact us today to get started and make sure your Fisher and Paykel appliance is in the best hands possible.
Fisher and Paykel Refrigerator Freezing Food
If your Fisher and Paykel refrigerator is freezing food, there are a few possible causes. Take a look at the potential issues below to troubleshoot:
Broken Temperature Control Thermostat
The thermostat regulates the internal temperature of the refrigerator and when it stops working properly, it can cause the unit to become too cold.
A thermistor regulates the temperature in the compartments of refrigerators and freezers. If it’s not working properly, then cold air can escape into other parts of the refrigerator and cause food to freeze.
Defective Main Control Board
The main control board serves as a switchboard for the refrigerator and controls all of its functions such as cooling and defrosting cycles. If the main control board has gone bad, it can cause your refrigerator to freeze food.
The damper, which is located at the back of the freezer compartment, controls how much cold air from the freezer circulates into the refrigerator. If the damper is stuck or broken, cold air will flow freely into the refrigerator.
Fisher and Paykel Oven Won’t Turn On
If your oven won’t turn on, it’s a problem that should be addressed as soon as possible. Here are a few troubleshooting steps you can take to try and fix the problem:
Burned-Out Bake Element
A bake element is a wire coil located in the bottom of the oven cavity and functions as a heating source for baking. If your oven does not heat up when you set it to bake, chances are there is an issue with this component.
An oven’s igniter is the component responsible for generating the heat needed to ignite the gas in the burner. If a defective or damaged igniter is preventing your oven from turning on, you may need to replace it.
Burned-Out Broil Element
The broil element is a heating coil inside the oven which supplies heat to the top of the cooking area. To test if this is the problem, unplug your appliance and remove any food or dishes from the inside.
Blown Thermal Fuse
One of the most common issues for an oven that won’t turn on is a blown thermal fuse. The thermal fuse is designed to protect the oven from overheating, and when it trips, the oven will not start.
Fisher and Paykel Dishwasher Making Noise
If your Fisher and Paykel dishwasher is making noise, there are several possible causes:
Failed Motor Bearings
Over time, motor bearings can become worn out or damaged due to age and use, resulting in loud noises coming from your dishwasher when running.
Failed Circulation Pump
The circulation pump pumps water through the dishwasher to rinse dishes. To repair this issue, check the filter for any food particles blocking the flow of water.
Broken Drain Impeller
The drain impeller is a small, fan-like device that helps to move water out of the dishwasher during the draining process. If it becomes broken or worn out, it can create a loud noise as it spins.
Deformed Water Inlet Valve
The water inlet valve is responsible for regulating the water flow into the dishwasher. If it is deformed, or clogged with debris, then the valve could be making a loud noise as the dishwasher attempts to access more water.
Fisher and Paykel washer won't drain
If your Fisher and Paykel washer isn’t draining, there are a few common problems and fixes you can try to help get it working again.
Clogged Drain Pump
The best way to fix this is by removing the pump and cleaning out any debris or other objects that may have become lodged in the impeller.
Defective Door Lock
One of the most common causes of a Fisher and Paykel washer not draining is a defective door lock. This may be caused by a faulty wiring connection or a broken part inside the door lock mechanism.
Broken/Worn Out Water Pump Belt
The belt is responsible for powering the drain pump, so if it has become loose, frayed, cracked, or otherwise damaged, it won’t be able to do its job properly.
Kinked Drain Hose
If your Fisher and Paykel washer isn’t draining water, one possible cause may be a kinked drain hose. This is an easy problem to fix – just locate the drain hose and make sure that it is not bent or kinked in any way.