Viking Appliance Repair Warren, MI
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Here at Nickel Appliance Repair, we specialize in all major appliance brands, including Viking repair. As such, you can count on us to provide the service and expertise needed to restore service to your Viking appliance.
We have years of experience and are happy to assist you. A broken or faulty appliance can really throw a wrench in your life. You’ve come to rely on all of your appliances in your everyday needs. That’s why we’re here to help you with problems both large and small.
Don’t delay in reaching out to us if you are faced with an appliance issue. Our service team provides a comprehensive Viking repair service to ensure that you are back up and running in no time.
Why Choose Us for Viking Appliance Repair in Warren?
DIY Viking Appliance Repair Problems
Before you give us a call, you might have a problem that you can fix on your own. Below, we’ve listed some of the most common Viking repair problems that our customers encounter. As such, we encourage you to try these solutions to potentially save you time and money.
If you still can’t resolve your concerns, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We will be happy to send out a repair technician to your residence so that we can get your Viking appliance operational again.
If your Viking Range burner won’t ignite, the problem may be a dirty gas burner. The burner heads can become clogged, which can make the burner slow to light or not light at all. Follow these steps to clean your burner:
Clean the Igniter
Drips, spills, and overflows can cause problems with your igniter if not cleaned regularly. Use a toothbrush or other abrasive scrubbing pad to clean the surface of the igniter. Be sure to remove all stuck on food and grime.
Clean the Pilot Holes
Use a small needle to clean the pilot holes. Push the needle into the hole and scrape away any visible residue stuck inside. Then, follow up with a toothbrush to wipe off any excess debris.
Try Igniting the Burner
Ensure that the igniter and pilot holes are thoroughly dry. Then, ignite the burner. If the burner still won’t light, call for service.
Here are some of the most common reasons your Viking refrigerator is making strange noises:
It is normal for your freezer control to make a clicking sound when your compressor starts or stops.
If your Viking refrigerator makes a rushing or whirring sound, it may be caused by the freezer fan and condenser fan operating. This is considered normal operation.
Ice cubes from your ice maker dropping into your ice bucket may cause a thumping noise. This is considered normal operation.
The ice maker water valve hookup buzzes when the ice maker fills with water. This is normal operation.
The reason you might hear a humming sound coming from your Viking refrigerator is because your ice maker is in the on position without a water connection. You can simply fix this by raising the ice makers arm to OFF.
A vibrating noise coming from your Viking refrigerator could be either normal or a problem depending on the cause. A vibrating noise can be caused by the compressor making a pulsating sound, which is considered normal. If that is not the reason, it could be because your refrigerator is not level. In that case, you should see installation instructions for details on how to level your refrigerator.