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Our Boise customers rely heavily on the proper operation of their refrigerator’s built-in icemaker, especially when the Boise temperatures get hot in the summer months. We want to keep the icemaker working good at all times and avoid costly repairs. When our Boise residents leave town for a long period of time, you should never […]

I’m real glad the snow in Boise has finally melted and from what I understand, most of my customers are too. Let’s face it folks, a little bit of snow is great and it is sure nice around Christmas but enough is enough! I have not shoveled so much snow in my life and my […]

This a GE refrigerator/freezer that is not getting cold enough and is not freezing the food in the freezer section.  As you can see in the video, the lower part of the evaporator has a frost pattern on it.  This frost layer can tell you if the compressor and sealed-system is operating properly.  The thin  […]

The right-front burner on this oven was not shutting off even though the knob was set to “off”.  This created a danger to the small children that lived in the house.  It could have easily resulted in a child getting burned unnecessarily.  Luckily when problems like this occur, western Boise appliance repair is close by […]

    Maytag Washing Machine Front-Load Neptune would not spin.  Water would enter the tub and fill but the tub would not rotate during the spin or agitate cycle.  Recently, the area had been flooded with water due to a water leak.  I think I have all the information I will need in order to […]

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Dryer Repair due to Vent Restriction

April 20, 2013

Folks, did you know that 90 percent of dryer repair service calls we receive at Western Appliance are due to a restricted house vent?  Let me give you some insight into the mechanics and electrical theory of how this is so. The electric coils in your dryer are designed to handle a specified amount of current based […]

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Boise Refrigerator Tips

October 14, 2012

One of the common problems with refrigerators is poor cooling. Especially when your GE, Whirlpool, Maytag, Kenmore, Frigidaire or Hotpoint refrigerator is a few years old, you can expect to face cooling issues sometimes. Temporary Low Cooling At first, you should check whether the issue is just temporary, and it may have occurred due to […]

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Refrigerators

September 23, 2012

Refrigerators are one of the most popular and important appliances we own in our house.  It keeps our food cold and without it, especially in the summer, we’re left with food that will become rotten or stale.  Our drinks will become warm and our beer lovers will be left sipping warm suds.  This is not […]

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Frigidaire

September 23, 2012

Frigidaire celebrated it’s 95th anniversary in 2011.   It was founded in 1916 in Fort Wayne, Indiana.   The company was originally bought from engineer Alfred Mellowes and a group of investors by General Motors.   In 1919, the company was moved to Detroit and mass production of refrigerators began. The Frigidaire Appliance division makes cook-tops, stoves, wall […]

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Kenmore

September 22, 2012

In the United States, one in three homes has a Kenmore appliance.  It is sold exclusively through Sears. They all carry the Energy Star seal.   No one knows where the name “Kenmore” originated.  It may have been a person’s name. the name of a town, or a street in Chicago.  Kenmore manufactures refrigerator’s, washers (front-load; […]

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