KitchenAid Appliance Repair Services

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The Hobart Manufacturing Company founded KitchenAid in 1919 to produce stand mixers.

Today, Whirlpool owns KitchenAid. The company sells home and commercial kitchen appliances, and unlike most other appliance companies, it doesn’t make washers and dryers. KitchenAid focuses on the kitchen.

KitchenAid refrigerators, dishwashers, and ranges are marketed as high-end products. They have few bells and whistles, but they’re reliable and strong. KitchenAid appliances often last longer than other brands due to their design and quality construction.

Unfortunately, even the best appliances need repairs from time to time.

West Coast Chief technicians are licensed and certified in KitchenAid appliance repair and, depending on the availability of parts, can perform same-day service if you call before noon.

KitchenAid Refrigerator Repair

Complaints about KitchenAid refrigerators include:

  • Inadequate Cooling: This may be due to a defrost cycle that has gone awry, a faulty compressor or condenser motor, or low refrigerant levels.
  • Leaks: Water may leak from the water inlet valve, door seals, or ice dispenser. 
  • Ice Maker Problems: A defective water inlet valve, filter, or the ice maker itself could be at fault.
  • Strange Noises: A compressor, evaporator, or condenser fan motor can cause unusual noises.
  •  Excessive Noise: Check for worn or damaged fan blades.
  • Door Not Closing: Look for a misaligned hinge, worn-out gasket, or a broken latch.

KitchenAid Dishwasher Repair

The problems we see most often include: 

  • Not Draining Properly: This may be due to a clogged drain line or a faulty drain pump.
  • Not Cleaning Dishes: Soap may get stuck in the dispenser, or the dishwasher may not be heating enough to activate detergent. 
  • Leaking Water: Door seals and gaskets are common causes of leaking water. A cracked tub can also cause leaks. 
  • Unusual Noises: Loose, worn-out, or defective parts are usually to blame.
  • Water Leaks: Check the hoses and hose connections for signs of wear or clogs.

KitchenAid Range & Oven Repair

Ranges are the least likely kitchen appliances to break down. But even they can go cattywampus with issues like: 

  • Inconsistent Temperature: A defective bake igniter or thermostat can cause this problem. 
  • Not Self-Cleaning: A flawed latch strike, door switch, or timer control will shut down the self-cleaning cycle.
  • Unusual Odors: A faulty bake igniter, burner orifice, or flame spreader will produce unpleasant smells. 
  • Excessive Noise: Ranges have few moving parts. But worn or damaged fan blades can produce a racket.

KitchenAid Commercial Appliance Repair

Our technicians are trained to repair KitchenAid commercial refrigerators, freezers, ice machines, grills, fryers, steamers, mixers, and more. 

We have access to genuine factory parts and specialized tools to get the job done right the first time. We honor manufacturer warranties and back up every job with our own warranties.

KitchenAid Appliance Installation

All appliances have a finite lifespan. Most kitchen appliances have a shorter life than a housecat. You may have come to a point where it will cost almost as much to repair your old refrigerator, dishwasher, or range as it would to purchase a new unit.

We’ll give the news to you straight.

We can help you select a suitable appliance model for your home, transport and set up the appliance, test its operation, and properly dispose of any old units. We take care of everything — so you don’t have to!

Why Choose West Coast Chief for Your KitchenAid Appliance Repair?

  1. We specialize in appliance repairs.
  2. Our technicians are licensed and certified.
  3. We provide same-day service when possible (and parts are available).
  4. We stock most parts and can perform most repairs on the spot.
  5. Our upfront pricing policy ensures no hidden fees or surprises when you receive the bill.
  6. All repairs come with a guarantee on labor and parts. We honor all manufacturer warranties and will work with your insurance company.