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If you’re looking for a company to repair and/or maintain your commercial appliances at your restaurant in Los Angeles, Pacific Appliance Repair Services can help! Regardless of what the issue or appliance type is, our experienced technicians will be more than happy to help assess and repair any problems your appliances are experiencing.

The City of Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a city located in Southern California. Encompassing an area that includes two hundred fifty-three separate ZIP codes, and containing a population of more than 3.8 million people as of 2021, Los Angeles is by far the largest city in the entirety of Southern California, as well as the largest city in the state of California as a whole. Numerous notable attractions and institutions are located within the city’s boundaries, such as museums, universities, restaurants, and many more. The city’s climate typically consists of dry summers and fairly mild winters, with a measurable precipitation average of 35 days per year.

Restaurant Appliance Types

With the large variety of ingredients, dishes, and food preparation methods restaurants utilize on a daily basis, your cooking facilities will almost certainly contain a wide array of cooking, cleaning, and food storage devices. These types of appliances include (but are not limited to): standalone refrigerators and freezers, walk-in coolers and freezers, prep tables, ovens, stoves, ranges, grills, fryers, dishwashers, and ice machines.

Common Restaurant Appliance Issues

If your restaurant’s commercial appliances are acting out of the ordinary, it’s essential to note exactly what symptoms the devices are presenting. Here is a list of common commercial appliance types, along with some issues these appliances can experience:

Standalone Refrigerators and Freezers:

• Showing an error code on the appliance’s electronic display
• Not cooling enough or at all in the appliance
• Overcooling inside the appliance
• Accumulating frost inside the appliance
• Leaking water from the appliance
• Not turning on

Walk-In Coolers and Freezers:

• Not cooling enough or at all in the appliance
• Overcooling in the appliance
• Accumulating frost inside the appliance
• Leaking water from the appliance

Prep Tables:

• Not cooling enough or at all in inside the appliance
• Overcooling inside the appliance
• Accumulating frost inside the appliance
• Leaking water from the appliance
• Not turning on

Ovens, Stoves, Ranges, and Grills:

• One or more burners not lighting on stovetop
• Not heating sufficiently or at all in oven section
• Leaking gas (not applicable to electric ovens)
• Internal temperature fluctuating excessively
• Not remaining at the correct temperature within the oven section
• Pilot light not lighting or staying lit


• Not turning on
• Turning off while running
• Leaking oil
• Pilot light not lighting or staying lit


• Spray arms not working properly
• Chemical dispensers not working properly
• Leaking water while running
• Not cleaning dishes properly
• Not draining during a cycle
• Not starting a cycle

Ice Machines:

• Leaking water
• Not making ice
• Not turning on

Why You Should Call a Professional

If your restaurant’s appliances are displaying abnormal symptoms, it’s likely time to call in a professional service technician to take a look at it. Utilizing the assistance of a dedicated, experienced repair service provider will save you money in the long run, as in addition to assessing and repairing the issues your appliances are experiencing, they can also diagnose and resolve any underlying problems that may not have visibly presented themselves yet. Preventative care is essential for appliance health and maintenance, so why not accomplish both tasks at the same time?

It is not recommended that you attempt to repair the appliances on your own. Doing so can be far less cost-effective than enlisting the assistance of a professional service repair technician, as it could cost you additional money to purchase replacement parts for your appliance that may not be necessary, or for parts you’d need to replace in sections that become damaged while you attempt to assess and repair the appliances yourself. Additionally, in the case of appliances that use volatile and hazardous substances, such as natural gas in non-electric ovens, stoves, ranges, grills, and fryers, you could be seriously injured or worse if something doesn’t go as planned.

Why You Should Hire Us

Pacific Appliance Repair Services has been assisting with commercial appliance repairs for restaurants and many other businesses for over ten years in the Greater Los Angeles area. We continually demonstrate our commitment to our clients by providing the best appliance repair and maintenance assistance seven days a week. Our highly-skilled technicians are very well-versed in repairing and maintaining appliances of all brands and types, and the quality of the service they provide is rivaled only by the level of professionalism they display. Additionally, our dedicated office staff works endlessly to make sure that regardless of when you call or where you call from, you’ll receive a response to address any questions or concerns you may have. Call us to schedule an appointment today for your restaurant appliance repair in Los Angeles!