The plastic fronts on freezer drawers become brittle when cold and can easily crack. It can be difficult to remove the old front without damaging the drawer, Mat shows how to remove and fit a new drawer front.
Fridge & Freezer Repair Help & Advice
Refrigerator given up the ghost? They’re expensive to replace, so why not invest in a few spares and fix it yourself. We’ve got a huge selection of fridge freezer spares available on our website, and our advice articles and how-to videos will guide you through fixing it yourself.
Broken door handle? This universal handle can be fitted to most fridges or freezers and can be a great alternative to the original if it is no longer available.
Is your Whirlpool American style fridge freezer displaying a code on the LCD display? Is the alarm LED flashing and a beeping sound coming from your machine? Sounds like your Whirlpool fridge freezer has detected an error. This could mean your fridge freezer isn’t keeping your food cool properly so you’ll need to get to the cause of the fault to fix it.
Generally speaking most faults in fridges and freezers are very simple to diagnose, and actually just involve replacing the faulty parts, as explained in this eSpares video.
In this video Josh demonstrates how to replace a hinge on an American style Rangemaster fridge-freezer.
In this video eSpares demonstrate how to replace a water filter on an American style Rangemaster fridge, helping you to have fresh, clean and filtered water whenever you want.
The thermostat on the fridge plays an important role in keeping the fridge running to its full potential, which is why it’s important to make sure that your thermostat is in full working order. Find out how to replace your fridge thermostat in this video.
Help keep the food in your fridge fresher for longer, by incorporating an anti-mould fridge matt - as explained by eSpares in this video.
In this video Helen demonstrates how a wine bottle holder works to save space in your fridge.
Learning how your fridge works may help you fix it if something goes wrong. The basic idea behind the cooling process in modern refrigerators is really quite clever, as explained in this eSpares video.