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by Elizabeth H. on Appliance Medic

On a very hot day our freezer stopped working. Solomon immediately came and evaluated the situation. Although he could not do the repair since he needed a part, his prompt response alerted us to the fact we needed to make other arrangements for the food which was at risk of becoming spoiled. When the part came in his technician quickly and neatly made the repair. we highly recommend this company.

by Ed Mazzella on Appliance Medic
Jorge is great!!

We had a loud noise in our freezer 'fixed' by another company and it re-appeared 8 months later. Within 4 hours of calling, Jorge was here, and in 5 minutes figured out & fixed the problem and provided our long term solution! I highly recommend Appliance Medic and Jorge!!

by Justin on Appliance Medic
Good service

Good service at a reasonable price. The technician (Jorge R) brought my Viking fridge back to life while keeping the cost down as much as he could. 50721

Oven Repair

I received outstanding service today from Jorge in the replacement of my oven igniter. Fast, courteous service and a pleasure to deal with.

by matthew gordon on Appliance Medic

Terrific Service!!

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Refrigerator Tips: Keep Your Family Safe and Your Food Fresh by Zalmen pollak

According to the United States Food and Drug Administration and the United States Department of Agriculture, Food Safety and Inspection Service, refrigerating food at 40 degrees F or below is one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of food-borne illness. Studies suggest listeriosis could be reduced by 70% if refrigerator temperatures are less than 40 degrees F. However, University of Tennessee researchers found only 9% of consumers have a refrigerator thermometer.

How to check your refrigerator temperature

  • Use a refrigerator thermometer to check that the air temperature in the refrigerator is at 35 to 38 degrees F and the freezer is at 0 degrees F or below. The temperature of the food in your refrigerator should be 40 degrees F or lower, as measured with a food thermometer.
  • Place the thermometer in the warmest part of the refrigerator. After 24 hours, check the thermometer. If the thermometer reads above 40 degrees F, adjust the control dial according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Times when your refrigerator thermometer might read higher than 40 degrees F:
    • Overfilling the refrigerator more than 3/4 full
    • Initial placement of the thermometer inside the refrigerator
    • Refrigerator door opened for an extended period of time
    • Hot foods recently placed in the refrigerator
    • The refrigerator’s automatic defrost cycle

Safe refrigerator tips

  • Store raw meat, poultry and seafood on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator in pans so juices don’t drip onto other foods.
  • Check refrigerator temperature often, daily or at least once a week
  • Refrigerate prepared food and leftovers within two hours of cooking.
  • Divide leftovers into small, shallow containers for quick cooling in the refrigerator. Cover when food is cooled.
  • Don’t overload the refrigerator. Cool air must circulate to keep food safe.
  • posted By zalmenpollak

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