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Refrigeration Repairs
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8344 posts
I know I could just Google this and get some random company, but I vaguely remember someone on here had their own refrigeration repair company so thought it would be best to ask. Basically have a fridge I bought earlier last year that was second hand, and now I believe the seals are deteriorating around the freezer bottom that is causing a large amount of ice to cluster around the edges.

There is also a leak either at the top or back of the fridge part, causing a large pool of water to accumulate at the bottom which isn't doing well for the crisper bucket. Was wondering how much this would cost to repair, and also recommend me a good company/personal company.
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3x0dus
Townsville, Queensland
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JaC
Brisbane, Queensland
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Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8345 posts
Call scooby

http://www.speedyrac.com/

Cheers, that's who it was.
DIY

http://fridge-seal.com.au/page.html?id=8
I'd love to, but I know I would screw it up in some stupid way, always happens.
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scooby
Brisbane, Queensland
4522 posts
yoyo eorl! cheers jacteh

haha yes as deceiving as my business name appears, its not cost effective for me or the customer when it comes to getting domestic fridge seals replaced. follow exodus's advice, also try karen @ River City Fridge Seals - 1300 888 504
06:30pm 03/01/13 Permalink
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8346 posts
Ah I see, I guess I shall give it a go, can't screw up already screwed up seals (I hope).
06:31pm 03/01/13 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
5676 posts
honestly eorl give it a go it is easy. the hardest part was expanding the seals. You need to use an hair dyer, this takes time!
you can also call Seal a Fridge but they wanted something crazy like $250 just for the work.
06:39pm 03/01/13 Permalink
scooby
Brisbane, Queensland
4523 posts
250 or below is cheapppp to get this done. so if its an old fridge, its a no brainer, DIY or just chuck it and get another cheapie second hand for around 200
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HurricaneJim
Brisbane, Queensland
1297 posts
Just put it aside and use it as a beer fridge...
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Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
8347 posts
Just put it aside and use it as a beer fridge...

Already done that to the last one (though that was given for free). I would like to try my hand at it, though if worse comes to worse we will just end up getting a new fridge. Actually noticed Good Guys were selling some quite cheap split ones for around $300-$400. Thanks gang!
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