My Refrigerator Got Complaint After Pressure Wash Used by My Kid, What Can I Do?

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    TravisWright
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    Last weekend, my kid was trying to help me clean the house by using the pressure washer. While I was busy with other chores, I didn’t realize that my kid had also used the pressure washer on our refrigerator. Unfortunately, after the cleaning session, I found out that my refrigerator is no longer working properly. The water dispenser is not dispensing water, and the fridge is not cooling as it should.

    I tried to check if there was any damage, but I couldn’t find any visible signs. I’m not sure if the pressure from the washer has affected any of the internal components of the refrigerator. I’m worried that I might have to buy a new fridge, and that would be a significant expense.

    Has anyone else faced a similar issue before? Is there anything that I can do to fix my fridge, or should I just buy a new one? Any help would be appreciated.

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    Sylviabb
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    “I’m sorry to hear about your experience with the pressure washer and your refrigerator. It’s understandable to feel frustrated and worried about the expense of having to buy a new fridge.

    In regards to your issue, it’s possible that the pressure from the washer may have damaged some of the internal components of your refrigerator. However, it’s hard to tell without a proper diagnosis from a professional.

    You may want to consider calling a refrigerator repair service to have them take a look at it. They can assess the damage and let you know if it can be repaired or if you need to purchase a new fridge. If the cost of repairing the fridge turns out to be too high, you can consider buying a used refrigerator instead of a brand new one.

    Used refrigerators can be a cost-effective solution, but it’s important to do your research and inspect the appliance carefully before buying. Make sure to check the seals, the cooling capacity, and any visible signs of wear and tear. You can search for used refrigerators on online marketplaces, local classifieds, or at second-hand appliance stores.

    In the meantime, you can try to troubleshoot the issue by checking the water supply and filters for any clogs or blockages. You can also try resetting the refrigerator by unplugging it for a few minutes and plugging it back in.

    I hope this helps, and best of luck with your fridge repair!”

    • This reply was modified 12 months ago by Sylviabb.
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