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Not only does Slidell Appliance Repair deal in major appliance repair, it can also handle repairing the smaller appliances that you may have in your home such as ice makers and dishwashers.  Slidell Appliance Repair’s team of expert professionals deals in all major brands of small appliances including Whirlpool, LG, Maytag, Samsung, Frigidaire, GE, KitchenAid, Kenmore, Westinghouse, Amana, Whirlpool, and Subzero.  Our parts and services are guaranteed, and our technicians will offer you prompt service at affordable prices.  We want you to get the most out of your home or commercial business by keeping your appliances, large or small, in optimal working condition.  Here are some tips for doing just that.


Ice Makers

To keep your home or commercial ice maker in proper working condition, make sure to do some preventative maintenance, including the following:

  1. Sanitize the water system and clean the air filters. Most models of ice machine will alert the owner when it is time to do these steps three to four times each year. Make sure to stay alert and order your supplies ahead of time to prevent undue stress on your machine.
  2. Visually inspect the parts of the machine to make sure that there are no signs of corrosion, oil leakage, or loose wires or fasteners.
  3. Clean the ice bin as well as the outside parts of the machine to avoid clogs or contamination.

Slidell Appliance Repair can schedule preventative maintenance checks on your residential or commercial ice machine.  We also specialize in unclogging water filters, replacing and repairing hoses and tubing, gauging adequate water flow, and repairing and/or replacing thermostats and ice level control boards.  If your residential or commercial ice machine is not performing its best, call us today, and we will schedule a service call immediately.


For many families, a dishwasher is an essential home appliance as it saves time and energy at the end of the day.  Keep yours in proper working order by doing the following:

  1. Clean the sprayer arm of the dishwasher with a toothpick or a needle-nose pliers to make sure that all of the holes are unclogged. This will help your dishwasher to work efficiently for years to come. Also clean around the edges and the front of the door to prevent debris buildup.

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