As soon as the first signs of problems with your Bosch refrigerator appear, you can take steps to solve them yourself. The first thing to look out for is unusual noises – this indicates that your refrigerator is having problems. Some of them you can fix on your own, but it is better when bosch refrigerator repair is performed by a competent professional.   The refrigerator does not cool   Bosch has always been synonymous with quality and reliability. The brand has a strong track record of producing durable, reliable products that will last a long time. Over time, however, problems can arise when the cooling system of your Bosch refrigerator stops working and you may notice it by the fact that the freezer in your refrigerator doesn’t work or by the noise coming from the equipment. Here are some tips on how to diagnose the breakdown and fix the problem yourself:   Dirty condenser coils. Coils are an important part of a refrigerator or freezer cooling system. The condenser is the part of the unit that contains the refrigerant and circulates it through the coils. The heat inside your refrigerator or freezer is transferred to this part of the unit. Because both air and refrigerant circulate in the condenser, it helps keep your food at the ideal temperature.   If the temperature in your refrigerator isn’t up to par, you’ll probably need to have the condenser coils cleaned. The condenser coils are located inside or behind the refrigerator. Turn the refrigerator off and unplug it, then remove the screws holding the rear grill in place.   Faulty compressor. If your refrigerator isn’t working as it used to, check the compressor. It’s responsible for cooling your refrigerator and freezer, and if it’s faulty or broken, your refrigerator won’t be able to cool your food properly.   The compressor is usually located on the front or back of the refrigerator, depending on which model you have. Remove the panel to access it, then listen for the clicking sound. If the compressor clicks but there is no cooling, then it’s malfunctioning. If you don’t know how to repair a refrigerator that has a faulty compressor, contact a professional who has the proper skills and knowledge.   The condenser fan motor does not work. Lack of cooling most often indicates a broken condenser fan motor. This assembly is responsible for sucking air through the condenser coils and over the compressor, so its failure will not allow the refrigerator to work properly. Before you blame everything on the breakdown, check for obstructions on the fan blades. Then try turning it by hand – if it doesn’t spin freely, you need to replace it.   The evaporator fan motor is not working. You can easily identify the evaporator fan motor by its position and appearance. It is usually located near the back of the refrigerator, and it is the only fan with visible cooling coils. The evaporator fan draws air from outside the refrigerator and directs it into the freezer compartment. Without the evaporator, your freezer would be useless, so you should regularly check for signs of malfunction, such as loud noises or melting ice.   If your refrigerator’s evaporator fan is not working, cold air will not circulate in your refrigerator. To check if the motor is malfunctioning, try spinning the fan blade by hand. If you cannot spin it easily, replace the fan motor. Also, make sure that the refrigerator is not too noisy. If it is, the problem is obvious.   Problems with the starter relay. The starting relay helps the refrigerator keep running uninterrupted. If the relay is faulty, the freezer may stop working. When your refrigerator frequently turns on or off, the relay is most likely the problem. Check the starting relay for continuity between the start and start terminals. If you don’t have continuity, the relay is faulty and should be replaced. And if you smell burning wires, it could indicate a short circuit. In this case, it is important to replace the part to avoid further damage to the appliance.   The refrigerator doesn’t defrost   Too much frost in your refrigerator may indicate that the defrost control panel is failing, causing excess frost to build up in the freezer compartment. To fix a refrigerator that won’t defrost completely, locate the defrost heater in the top corner of the freezer compartment. Disconnect the circuit breaker and remove the five screws to disconnect the heater from the back wall. Using a multimeter, check the continuity of the part by setting it to “ohms”. If there is no continuity, replace the component.   It’s time to call for professional appliance repair in San Diego County. San Diego Appliance Repair Service is here to help with professional and experienced appliance repair.   Contact us (619) 719-5005 [email protected]