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We specialize in fixing all brands and models restaurant and commercial freezers. If your restaurant or commercial freezer doesn't cool efficiently, fan doesn’t work or you have any other problematic issues with it, simply call our toll free number and we will take care of everything. We are available 24/7 for any freezer repairs in San Diego county at:

800-729-8566

We repair all restaurant and commercial freezer brands:

Scotsman
Hoshizaki
Blodgett ovens
Manitowoc ice
Hobart oven
Hobart refrigerator
Aga appliances

Southbend oven
Toastmaster ovens
Moffat ovens
Cleveland range
Vollrath refrigeration
Silverking refrigeration
Wells ovens

Wolf gas range
Randell refrigeration
Traulsen refrigeration
True mfg
Silverking
and many more view all brands

Our freezer service area includes all of San Diego and the surrounding cities that are listed below:

San Diego
Chula Vista
Imperial Beach
La Mesa
Coronado

La Jolla
Clairemont

Lemon Grove
National City
Solana Beach
Encinitas
Del Mar
Point Loma

Escondido

El Cajon
San Marcos
Santee

Oceanside
Poway
Vista

view the rest service areas

Attention: the information below, which will help you to become more familiar with your restaurant or commercial freezer. This information will also help you to use your restaurant and commercial freezer in the most efficient and effective way, which will save you money from utility bills and future restaurant or commercial freezer repairs. However, we do not suggest that you get involved with any restaurant or commercial freezer repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most restaurant or commercial freezer require professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. To receive professional San Diego freezer repair help call us 24/7 at:

800-729-8566

Reach-In Refrigerators and Freezers

While discussing reach-in refrigerators and freezers, other refrigeration freezers are also included. Refrigerated display cases, salad/sandwich makeup freezers, pizza tables, and refrigerated drawers on the cook's line all have basically the same characteristics as reach-ins, except that they are not as well insulated. Because of this, they are not used for long-term storage like a reach-in. Display cases are meant to impulse-sell product to the customer. Being in the front of the house, they also make it easier for service personnel to obtain salads or refrigerated desserts where they need them, close to the guests.
Makeup units, pizza tables, and refrigerated drawers make it easier for the line cooks to produce meals without running to a reach-in to obtain product. They are designed to get the operation through the rush period. Having goods at one's fingertips saves time and unnecessary traffic. At the end of the shift or at closing time, product stored in these freezers should be returned to either a reach-in or walk-in refrigerator. The cleaning and maintenance procedures on these units are identical to reach-ins.

Freezer Operation

Only two components need to be adjusted on a reach-in refrigerator or freezer and usually only at the time of delivery. After that they are probably freezer is set for life. They are the freezer thermostat on the refrigerator and/or freezer and the defrost cycle on the freezer. While both of these are set at the factory, your particular requirements may require a different setting. For example, if the reach-in refrigerator is located on the line and is used to store fresh fish, it would be set at 33°F (1°C). If it is located in the garde-manger kitchen and is used for fresh produce, you would probably want it set at 38°F (3°C). The freezer thermostat is normally located on the top of the unit. Some freezer thermostats come with the actual degrees listed on the dial, but most use a series of numbers ranging from 1 upwards. If the numbers range from 1 to 8, 4 is average and would give the temperature desired in most cases. Be careful, because on most freezer models, the higher the number, the lower the temperature. Thus 1 would be the warmest the box would get, and 8 would be the coldest. Check the Refrigeration manufacturer's literature to make sure that this is the sequence being used in your particular model. The freezer defrost cycle is set at the factory, and most manufacturers set it so that it will defrost every six hours, or four times a day. Should you not want this sequence, the setting can be changed. At the top of the freezer, behind the front panel, is a 24-hour clock that indicates when the defrost cycle will occur. Move the pointer to control the number of defrost cycles during a 24-hour period, as well as the time at which you want the defrost function to occur.

After reading the text and the problem cannot be resolved, we strongly suggest that you call us for san Diego freezer repair appointment at.

800-729-8566