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If and when you ever find yourself in need of any sort of appliance repair within the area of Glendale, then why not give Target Appliance Repair a chance? Possessing both a large supply of suitably-professional and ever-friendly service repair technicians, and a band of loyal, dedicated office staff, we stand fully and completely equipped to serve both you and your appliances in all the ways you deserve. For appliance repairs in Glendale, look to none other than Target Appliance Repair.

A Brief History of Glendale

The area that eventually would go on to become called Glendale, like so many other areas of pre-colonial California as a whole, was populated primarily by the Tongva tribe. Long after the first European ships brought with them explorers from beyond the horizon, and with them the utter end of Native American ways of life, New Spain gained its independence from its mother country in 1821, and took on the name Mexico. California. Glendale would remain under Mexican control until after the Mexican-American War in 1847, but it wouldn’t be until 1884 that a townsite would be built in the area which settlers chose to give the name of Glendale.

Why Call a Professional?

There is nothing wrong with relying on the skills of another, rather than carrying the entire burden of a task upon yourself. This is especially so when in-depth knowledge is required of a specialized subject in order to complete said task. Not only does sharing the burden of a malfunctioning appliance avert almost all potential risks, but it also carries with it the latent potential for unforeseen benefit. In most instances, such added bonuses take the form of the rectification of previously unseen appliance issues that were revealed only during the course of the technician’s diagnostic process. Should such issues be left to gradually worsen, they would typically spring up at inconvenient moments and necessitate the scheduling of entire repair appointments on their own, so dealing with them before that point is always a definite advantage.

Carrying a heavy burden oneself always carries with it the potential for risks, especially if one does not possess the skills necessary to properly handle such a burden. In the case of broken appliances, without proper training and experience, risks such as the potential for mistakenly purchasing unnecessary tools and parts, causing further damage to already broken appliances, and inflicting bodily harm upon oneself populate the entire timeline of the do-it-yourself repair process. In other words, unless you can confidently claim to be a trained service repair technician, and can be able to back up such a claim with certifiable evidence, then it is ill-advised to attempt to repair one’s broken appliances all on one’s lonesome.

Common Appliance Issues and Concerns

It is a fact both simple and tragic that the more complex a creation is, and the more moving parts it includes that each depend on one another in order to function, the more likely it is that at least one of those pieces will eventually falter, and when it does, there is little else to be done but schedule an appointment for repairs to be started. However, not all breakdowns are created equal. It is always best to observe the nature and behaviors of your own appliance’s unique malfunctions, if for no other reason than to more easily relay that information to your hired repair technician upon their arrival, so as to ensure the entire process is as quick and painless as possible. Therefore, if you wish for your appliances to be restored in the least amount of time, be sure to pay attention to your appliances, specifically keeping an eye out for malfunctions such as:

Air Conditioners and Heaters:

Refusing to emit the desired air temperature.

Thermostat not working

Making loud or concerning noises

Releasing abnormal scents

Not starting flow of air

Not stopping flow of air


Showing an error code on the appliance’s electronic display

Not producing enough ice from the ice maker

Water dispenser has low rate of flow, or is not flowing at all

Not cooling enough or at all in one or both sections of the appliance

Accumulating frost inside the appliance

Leaking water from the appliance

Washing Machines:

Displaying an error code on the electronic display

Door not locking or unlocking

Not starting a cycle

Not draining during a cycle

Stopping mid-cycle

Making loud, concerning noises while running

Moving or shaking violently while running


Displaying an error code on the electronic display

Not cleaning dishes properly

Not drying dishes properly

Not draining during a cycle

Not starting a cycle, or not starting at all

Making loud, concerning noises while running

Ovens, Stovetops, and Cooking Ranges:

Displaying an error code on the electronic display

One or more burners not lighting up on the stovetop

Part or all of the oven not heating up fully or at all

Internal temperature excessively fluctuates

Leaking gas (not applicable to electric ovens and stoves)


Displaying an error code on the electronic display

Not heating sufficiently or at all

Not starting a cycle

Stopping mid-cycle

Making loud, concerning noises while running

Moving or shaking violently while running

Why You Should Hire Us

For over a decade now, we at Target Appliance Repair have been delivering much-needed appliance repairs to the city of Glendale from doorstep to doorstep. Be it a dishwasher, a refrigerator, a stove, or any other variety of appliances that are giving you conniptions, our phone lines always lie open to be your outlet from 8 AM to 8 PM, Monday through Saturday. Simply give us a call, and one of our friendly office staff will be certain to set you up with an appointment at your soonest possible convenience. Call Target Appliance Repair today if you require an appliance repair in Glendale!

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